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FRANCE/
RTX13TLJ
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 20, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TLI
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 20, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TLF
September 21, 2013
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September...
Paris, France
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 20, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Picture taken September 20, 2013 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TL9
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TL5
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TL0
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKX
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKT
September 21, 2013
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKQ
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKK
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKH
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style works on her make up as she attends the Tokyo Crazy...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style works on her make up as she attends the Tokyo Crazy...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style works on her make up as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TKC
September 21, 2013
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Participants dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style pose as they attend the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX13TK4
September 21, 2013
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
Paris, France
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event...
A participant dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style poses as she attends the Tokyo Crazy Kawaii event in Paris September 21, 2013. "Lolita" style is a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MZ
May 03, 2013
A coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2,...
Vienna, Austria
Coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MU
May 03, 2013
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that...
Vienna, Austria
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MT
May 03, 2013
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein...
Vienna, Austria
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein...
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MS
May 03, 2013
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely...
Vienna, Austria
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MO
May 03, 2013
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched...
Vienna, Austria
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8ML
May 03, 2013
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely...
Vienna, Austria
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
MEXICO/
RTR31J8O
May 03, 2012
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club walk together in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women are...
Monterrey, Mexico
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club walk together in Monterrey
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club walk together in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women are dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J8J
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava tries a headband with her pet piglet Charlotte in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava,...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava tries a headband with her pet piglet Charlotte in her bedroom in Monterrey
Alin Nava tries a headband with her pet piglet Charlotte in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
MEXICO/
RTR31J8E
May 03, 2012
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012....
Monterrey, Mexico
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women are dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J8A
May 03, 2012
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club fold a cloth after a picnic in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012....
Monterrey, Mexico
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club fold a cloth after a picnic in a park in Monterrey
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club fold a cloth after a picnic in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women are dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J85
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava applies make-up in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava applies make-up in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey
Alin Nava applies make-up in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J83
May 03, 2012
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club adjusts her headband in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The...
Monterrey, Mexico
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club adjusts her headband in a park in Monterrey
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club adjusts her headband in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young woman is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7Z
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7W
May 03, 2012
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club talk in Monterrey April 28, 2012. Members of the club would dress...
Monterrey, Mexico
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club talk in Monterrey
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club talk in Monterrey April 28, 2012. Members of the club would dress in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. The Lolita style is not only a fashion statement for the members of the club, but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7Q
May 03, 2012
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club shares a moment with other members in a park in Monterrey April...
Monterrey, Mexico
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club shares a moment with other members in a park in Monterrey
A member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club shares a moment with other members in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7M
May 03, 2012
Passers-by look at a member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The members of...
Monterrey, Mexico
Passers-by look at a member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey
Passers-by look at a member of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The members of the club dress in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7E
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava poses for a photograph at her home in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava poses for a photograph at her home in Monterrey
Alin Nava poses for a photograph at her home in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7D
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava walks to the supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava walks to the supermarket in Monterrey
Alin Nava walks to the supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J7C
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava (2nd L) walks to the supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava walks to the supermarket in Monterrey
Alin Nava (2nd L) walks to the supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012 REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J78
May 03, 2012
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012....
Monterrey, Mexico
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey
Members of the "Lolitas Paradise" club share a moment together in a park in Monterrey April 28, 2012. The young women are dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. For members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J74
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey
Alin Nava poses in front of a mirror in her bedroom in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey, and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012 REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR31J73
May 03, 2012
Alin Nava (C) stands in a checkout line at a supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed...
Monterrey, Mexico
Alin Nava stands in a checkout line at a supermarket in Monterrey
Alin Nava (C) stands in a checkout line at a supermarket in Monterrey April 5, 2012. Nava, 25, is dressed in the so-called "Lolita" style, a fashion subculture from Japan influenced by clothing from the Victorian or Rococo eras. Its basic style consists of a blouse, petticoat, bloomers, bell-shaped skirt and knee-high socks. Nava is the co-founder of the "Lolitas Paradise" club in Monterrey and for members of the club, the Lolita style is not only a fashion statement but also a way to express their loyalty, friendship, tolerance and unity. Picture taken April 5, 2012 REUTERS/Daniel Becerrill (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTXDDXI
March 29, 2009
Juggler Michael Karas performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The ongoing event...
New York, UNITED STATES
Juggler Michael Karas performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Juggler Michael Karas performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDVO
March 29, 2009
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009....
New York, UNITED STATES
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The event was meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March...
New York, UNITED STATES
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Burlesque dancer "Victoria Privates" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The...
New York, UNITED STATES
Burlesque dancer "Victoria Privates" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Burlesque dancer "Victoria Privates" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The...
New York, UNITED STATES
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Burlesque dancer Emily "Miss Em" Linstrom poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
Burlesque dancer Emily "Miss Em" Linstrom poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Burlesque dancer Emily "Miss Em" Linstrom poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Performer Michael Richter poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009....
New York, UNITED STATES
Performer Michael Richter poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Performer Michael Richter poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Jenny Brazel poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event...
New York, UNITED STATES
Jenny Brazel poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Jenny Brazel poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTXDDV7
March 29, 2009
Members of the band "SnazzMammoth" perform at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The...
New York, UNITED STATES
Members of the band "SnazzMammoth" perform at a Baroque themed party in New York
Members of the band "SnazzMammoth" perform at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDV0
March 29, 2009
Flo Marinez poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event...
New York, UNITED STATES
Flo Marinez poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Flo Marinez poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDUY
March 29, 2009
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March...
New York, UNITED STATES
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Burlesque dancer "Miss Kissy Wishes" poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDUV
March 29, 2009
Attendees Laura Texter (L) and Katy Sandamenico sip champagne at a Baroque themed party in New York March...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attendees Laura Texter and Katy Sandamenico sip champagne at a Baroque themed party in New York
Attendees Laura Texter (L) and Katy Sandamenico sip champagne at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait with a crystal ball at a Baroque themed party in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait with a crystal ball at a Baroque themed party in New...
Katy "Antoinette" Sandamenico poses for a portrait with a crystal ball at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The event was meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDUM
March 29, 2009
Clown Michael Richter performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event...
New York, UNITED STATES
Clown Michael Richter performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Clown Michael Richter performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. Picture taken March 28, 2009.REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDUJ
March 29, 2009
TraDon Turner poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing...
New York, UNITED STATES
TraDon Turner poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
TraDon Turner poses for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Performer Michael Richter poses with Laura Texter for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
Performer Michael Richter poses with Laura Texter for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York...
Performer Michael Richter poses with Laura Texter for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. Picture taken March 28, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
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March 29, 2009
Performers Sean Stogner and Tash Kouri pose for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March...
New York, UNITED STATES
Performers Sean Stogner and Tash Kouri pose for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York
Performers Sean Stogner and Tash Kouri pose for a portrait at a Baroque themed party in New York March 29, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXDDUE
March 29, 2009
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) FOR BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE SEE GM1E57L11JY01
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March 28, 2009
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York
Opera singer Rebecca Agostine performs at a Baroque themed party in New York March 28, 2009. The ongoing event is meant to allow people to experience the extravagance of 1770 rococo Paris combined with underground New York night life. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
GERMANY/
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October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state...
Weimar, Germany
German officials visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia, German President Horst Koehler, State Culture Minister Bernd Neumann, Weimar's Lord Mayor Stefan Wolf and library director Michael Knoche (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool
GERMANY/
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October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state...
Weimar, Germany
German officials visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia, German President Horst Koehler, State Culture Minister Bernd Neumann, Weimar's Lord Mayor Stefan Wolf and library director Michael Knoche (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool
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October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state...
Weimar, Germany
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia, German President Horst Koehler and State Culture Minister Bernd Neumann (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool
GERMANY/
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October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state...
Weimar, Germany
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia, German President Horst Koehler and State Culture Minister Bernd Neumann (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool
GERMANY/
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October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Weimar, Germany
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1V9LC
October 24, 2007
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Weimar, Germany
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter...
Hellmut Seemann, President of the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik, German President Horst Koehler and Dieter Althaus, Premier of eastern state of Thuringia (L-R), visit the Rococo room of the historical Duchess Anna Amalia library in Weimar, October 24, 2007. One of Germany's most historic libraries was badly damaged by a fire on September 2, 2004. The library, which housed about one million works, including 2,000 rare medieval manuscripts, a collection of bibles from the 16th century, a papal edict issued against Martin Luther, is re-opened today. REUTERS/Martin Schutt/Pool (GERMANY)
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