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Pope Francis
Pope Francis
Bringing Simplicity to the Vatican - 20 Mar 2013
15 PICTURES
INDONESIA-WEALTHY/
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March 12, 2012
Yohana Retno shows her collection of luxury shoes and handbags in her house in Malang in East Java province...
Malang, Indonesia
To match Analysis INDONESIA-WEALTHY/
Yohana Retno shows her collection of luxury shoes and handbags in her house in Malang in East Java province March 8, 2012. Indonesia's economic revival is set to produce the fastest-growing ranks of millionaires in Asia as the country enjoys a sweet spot of political stability, strong demand for its plentiful commodities and renewed investor interest. Picture taken March 8, 2012. To match Analysis INDONESIA-WEALTHY/ REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS WEALTH)
New York Fashion Week
New York Fashion Week
Street Style - 15 Feb 2012
16 PICTURES
RETAILERS-ASIA/
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June 30, 2011
A woman holds a shopping bag at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As...
Bangkok, Thailand
To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/
A woman holds a shopping bag at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music blares from a Zara store in Bangkok, Suthip Nanthavong jostles with others for bargains that might disappear in days - from stylish thin-strap t-shirts selling for 490 baht ($16) to racks of blue-denim jeans. Some call it "fast fashion" retailing - the apparel sector's equivalent to fast-food. Across Asia, global brands are setting up shops as U.S. and European shoppers cut discretionary spending, burdened by rising prices and a weak economic outlook. Picture taken June 29. To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/ REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
RETAILERS-ASIA/
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June 30, 2011
A woman pays for goods at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop...
Bangkok, Thailand
To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/
A woman pays for goods at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music blares from a Zara store in Bangkok, Suthip Nanthavong jostles with others for bargains that might disappear in days - from stylish thin-strap t-shirts selling for 490 baht ($16) to racks of blue-denim jeans. Some call it "fast fashion" retailing - the apparel sector's equivalent to fast-food. Across Asia, global brands are setting up shops as U.S. and European shoppers cut discretionary spending, burdened by rising prices and a weak economic outlook. Picture taken June 29. To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/ REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
RETAILERS-ASIA/
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June 30, 2011
A woman carries clothes to try at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011....
Bangkok, Thailand
To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/
A woman carries clothes to try at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music blares from a Zara store in Bangkok, Suthip Nanthavong jostles with others for bargains that might disappear in days - from stylish thin-strap t-shirts selling for 490 baht ($16) to racks of blue-denim jeans. Some call it "fast fashion" retailing - the apparel sector's equivalent to fast-food. Across Asia, global brands are setting up shops as U.S. and European shoppers cut discretionary spending, burdened by rising prices and a weak economic outlook. Picture taken June 29. To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/ REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
RETAILERS-ASIA/
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June 30, 2011
Women choose clothes at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music...
Bangkok, Thailand
To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/
Women choose clothes at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music blares from a Zara store in Bangkok, Suthip Nanthavong jostles with others for bargains that might disappear in days - from stylish thin-strap t-shirts selling for 490 baht ($16) to racks of blue-denim jeans. Some call it "fast fashion" retailing - the apparel sector's equivalent to fast-food. Across Asia, global brands are setting up shops as U.S. and European shoppers cut discretionary spending, burdened by rising prices and a weak economic outlook. Picture taken June 29. To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/ REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
RETAILERS-ASIA/
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June 30, 2011
Women choose clothes at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music...
Bangkok, Thailand
To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/
Women choose clothes at a Zara shop in Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok June 29, 2011. As pop music blares from a Zara store in Bangkok, Suthip Nanthavong jostles with others for bargains that might disappear in days - from stylish thin-strap t-shirts selling for 490 baht ($16) to racks of blue-denim jeans. Some call it "fast fashion" retailing - the apparel sector's equivalent to fast-food. Across Asia, global brands are setting up shops as U.S. and European shoppers cut discretionary spending, burdened by rising prices and a weak economic outlook. Picture taken June 29. To match Analysis RETAILERS-ASIA/ REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
CHINA/
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April 26, 2011
Women walk in the financial area of Pudong in Shanghai April 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA...
Shanghai, China
Women walk in the financial area of Pudong in Shanghai
Women walk in the financial area of Pudong in Shanghai April 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-FASHION/
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February 26, 2010
A woman leaves after the DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2010/11 Women's collection during Milan Fashion Week February...
Milan, Italy
A woman leaves after the DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2010/11 Women's collection in Milan
A woman leaves after the DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2010/11 Women's collection during Milan Fashion Week February 26, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: FASHION)
USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
RTXPLXT
October 14, 2009
A sign offering bank owned homes for sale is seen in a subdivision in Maricopa, Arizona in this file...
MARICOPA, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
A sign offering bank owned homes for sale is seen in a subdivision in Maricopa, Arizona in this file photo from May 27, 2009. Avid golfer Bob Cano came to the Arizona sunbelt to buy his dream getaway property and ended up picking up three more distressed homes as prices fell to half of 2006 levels. Corporate investor Bob Schulman has set his sights on Las Vegas where his new fund is buying stylish homes in bulk, while mortgage industry veteran Peter Paul is scouring the national market for troubled home loans he thinks can be fixed. To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS REUTERS/Joshua Lott/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS)
USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
RTXPLXR
October 14, 2009
Real estate signs are seen in the front yards of houses for sale in this file photo taken in Maricopa,...
MARICOPA, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
Real estate signs are seen in the front yards of houses for sale in this file photo taken in Maricopa, Arizona, May 27, 2009. Avid golfer Bob Cano came to the Arizona sunbelt to buy his dream getaway property and ended up picking up three more distressed homes as prices fell to half of 2006 levels. Corporate investor Bob Schulman has set his sights on Las Vegas where his new fund is buying stylish homes in bulk, while mortgage industry veteran Peter Paul is scouring the national market for troubled home loans he thinks can be fixed. To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS REUTERS/Joshua Lott/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS)
USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
RTXPLXP
October 14, 2009
Real estate signs are seen in the front yards of houses in this file photo taken in Maricopa, Arizona...
MARICOPA, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS
Real estate signs are seen in the front yards of houses in this file photo taken in Maricopa, Arizona May 27, 2009. Avid golfer Bob Cano came to the Arizona sunbelt to buy his dream getaway property and ended up picking up three more distressed homes as prices fell to half of 2006 levels. Corporate investor Bob Schulman has set his sights on Las Vegas where his new fund is buying stylish homes in bulk, while mortgage industry veteran Peter Paul is scouring the national market for troubled home loans he thinks can be fixed. To match feature USA-HOUSING/INVESTORS REUTERS/Joshua Lott/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS)
ARMANI-PHONE
RTXPGR0
October 08, 2009
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer (R) and Samsung executive Won-Pyo Hong pose during the launch...
Milan, Italy
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer and Samsung executive Won-Pyo Hong pose in Milan
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer (R) and Samsung executive Won-Pyo Hong pose during the launch of an Armani mobile phone in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani presented a new 700-euro ($1,032) mobile phone on Friday, a stylish device aimed at complementing the designer's suits. REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY FASHION SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARMANI-PHONE
RTXPGQY
October 08, 2009
A man holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion...
Milan, Italy
Man holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan
A man holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani presented a new 700-euro ($1,032) mobile phone on Friday, a stylish device aimed at complementing the designer's suits. REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY FASHION SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARMANI-PHONE
RTXPGQM
October 08, 2009
A woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion...
Milan, Italy
Woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan
A woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani presented a new 700-euro ($1,032) mobile phone on Friday, a stylish device aimed at complementing the designer's suits. REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY FASHION SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARMANI-PHONE
RTXPGQJ
October 08, 2009
A woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion...
Milan, Italy
Woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan
A woman holds an Armani mobile phone during a product launch in Milan October 9, 2009. Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani presented a new 700-euro ($1,032) mobile phone on Friday, a stylish device aimed at complementing the designer's suits. REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY FASHION SCI TECH BUSINESS)
CRICKET/TRI
RTR27U6N
September 14, 2009
India's Harbhajan Singh poses on a motorcycle he was presented for "Most Stylish Player" of the match...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
India's Harbhajan poses on motorcycle after India's victory in finals of the tri-nations ODI cricket...
India's Harbhajan Singh poses on a motorcycle he was presented for "Most Stylish Player" of the match after India's victory against Sri Lanka in the finals of the tri-nations one-day international cricket series in Colombo September 14, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA SPORT CRICKET)
JAPAN
RTR2372N
January 09, 2009
A model poses next to Nissan Motor Co.'s custom vehicle Fairlady Z Stylish Package at Makuhari Messe...
Chiba, Japan
A model poses next to Nissan Motor's custom vehicle Fairlady Z Stylish Package at Tokyo Auto Salon 2009...
A model poses next to Nissan Motor Co.'s custom vehicle Fairlady Z Stylish Package at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo January 9, 2009. The annual auto show which showcases custom cars will be held until Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
ARGENTINA-POLO/
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January 06, 2009
Woman walk with polo magazines at the Campo Argentino de Polo in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature ARGENTINA-POLO/
Woman walk with polo magazines at the Campo Argentino de Polo in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo, December 13, 2008. Argentina is the world's undisputed polo mecca, home to the game's best players and horses. Now the country is transforming that status into a full-blown business. Picture taken December 13, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA-POLO/ REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRJ
September 08, 2008
A British teacher conducts a first lesson at Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school opened...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
A British teacher conducts a first lesson at Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school opened in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRI
September 08, 2008
People gather for the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
People gather for the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRH
September 08, 2008
Haileybury Almaty school students gather for the opening ceremony of the first British private school...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Haileybury Almaty school students gather for the opening ceremony of the first British private school in Central Asia in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRG
September 08, 2008
Parents and students release balloons after the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Parents and students release balloons after the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRF
September 08, 2008
Guests watch the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open in Central...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Guests watch the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRE
September 08, 2008
A Haileybury Almaty school student rings a bell during the opening ceremony of the first British private...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
A Haileybury Almaty school student rings a bell during the opening ceremony of the first British private school in Central Asia in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8JRB
September 08, 2008
The Haileybury Almaty coat of arms is seen on balloons during opening ceremony of the first British private...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
The Haileybury Almaty coat of arms is seen on balloons during opening ceremony of the first British private school in Central Asia in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8Y
September 07, 2008
Construction workers watch the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Construction workers watch the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8W
September 07, 2008
Cars are parked in front of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Cars are parked in front of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8V
September 07, 2008
A Haileybury Almaty school student, with his name written on a sticker, attends the opening ceremony...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
A Haileybury Almaty school student, with his name written on a sticker, attends the opening ceremony of the first British private school in Central Asia in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8U
September 07, 2008
People walk in the Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open in Central Asia, in Almaty...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
People walk in the Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school to open in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8S
September 07, 2008
Musicians wearing Kazakh national costumes play their instruments during the opening ceremony of Haileybury...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Musicians wearing Kazakh national costumes play their instruments during the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8R
September 07, 2008
A Haileybury Almaty school first year student cries during the opening ceremony of the first British...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
A Haileybury Almaty school first year student cries during the opening ceremony of the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty, September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8Q
September 07, 2008
British teachers (C) listen to Kazakhstan's national anthem during the opening ceremony of Haileybury...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
British teachers (C) listen to Kazakhstan's national anthem during the opening ceremony of Haileybury Almaty, the first British private school in Central Asia, in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
RTX8I8P
September 07, 2008
Haileybury Almaty school students attend a first lesson in the first British private school opened in...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/
Haileybury Almaty school students attend a first lesson in the first British private school opened in Central Asia in Almaty September 1, 2008. About 300 students and their parents gathered at the school, a stylish glass and concrete building in a newly developed area of Kazakhstan's commercial hub Almaty, for the opening ceremony. To match feature KAZAKHSTAN-HAILEYBURY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
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August 01, 2008
Shoppers walk along The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars,...
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
Shoppers walk along The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 29, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
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August 01, 2008
Workers walk in a section of The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex...
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
Workers walk in a section of The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 29, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
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August 01, 2008
A worker walks past Apple Store at The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex...
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
A worker walks past Apple Store at The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 29, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
RTR20J87
August 01, 2008
People walk past The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants...
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
People walk past The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 29, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
RTR20J85
August 01, 2008
A woman sweeps the floor near Adidas and Uni Qlo stores at The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29,...
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
A woman sweeps the floor near Adidas and Uni Qlo stores at The Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 29, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 29, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BEIJING-SANLITUN/
RTR20J80
August 01, 2008
A worker walks past the glowing logo of Apple store at the Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 25, 2008....
Beijing, China
To match Reuters Life story BEIJING-SANLITUN
A worker walks past the glowing logo of Apple store at the Village, Sanlitun in Beijing July 25, 2008. Centred around a complex of bars, restaurants and stylish shops called The Village, Sanlitun is being redeveloped and reinvented in time for the flood of foreign and domestic visitors expected to come for this month's Games. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the buildings are an eclectic mix of styles, filled with vibrant colours and sometimes harsh edges, as well as lots of open spaces. Picture taken July 25, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story BEIJING-SANLITUN/ REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
Celebrity Style
Celebrity Style
Kelly Osbourne - 31 Mar 2012
49 PICTURES
SOCCER-PORTUGAL/
RTR1Z5NL
April 06, 2008
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto, Portugal
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League soccer match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
SOCCER-PORTUGAL/
RTR1Z5NU
April 05, 2008
Porto's Ricardo Quaresma celebrates winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier...
Porto, Portugal
Porto's Ricardo Quaresma celebrates winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier...
Porto's Ricardo Quaresma celebrates winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League soccer match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
SOCCER-PORTUGAL/
RTR1Z5NQ
April 05, 2008
Porto players celebrate winning their title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto, Portugal
Porto players celebrate winning their title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto players celebrate winning their title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League soccer match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
SOCCER-PORTUGAL/
RTR1Z5NJ
April 05, 2008
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto, Portugal
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto players celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League soccer match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
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April 05, 2008
Porto coach Jesualdo Ferreira (R) celebrates with Tarik Sekitioui after defeating Amadora to win the...
Porto, Portugal
Porto coach Jesualdo Ferreira celebrates with Tarik Sekitioui after defeating Amadora to win the Portuguese...
Porto coach Jesualdo Ferreira (R) celebrates with Tarik Sekitioui after defeating Amadora to win the Portuguese Premier League title in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
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April 05, 2008
Porto's coach Jesualdo Ferreira celebrates with his players after beating Amadora to win the Portuguese...
Porto, Portugal
Porto's coach Ferreira celebrates with his players after beating Amadora to win the Portuguese Premier...
Porto's coach Jesualdo Ferreira celebrates with his players after beating Amadora to win the Portuguese Premier League title after a soccer match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
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April 05, 2008
A Porto supporter celebrates winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto, Portugal
Porto supporter celebrates winning title in Porto
A Porto supporter celebrates winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
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April 05, 2008
Porto supporters celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League...
Porto, Portugal
Porto supporters celebrate winning title in Porto
Porto supporters celebrate winning the title after defeating Amadora in their Portuguese Premier League match in Porto April 5, 2008. Porto claimed their third successive Portuguese league title in stylish fashion on Saturday after crushing Estrela Amadora 6-0 at home. REUTERS/Nfactos-Fernando Veludo (PORTUGAL)
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November 30, 2007
Workers select and clean the plastic packaging of drinks and detergent in a workshop in Jakarta November...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Workers select and clean the plastic packaging of drinks and detergent in a workshop in Jakarta
Workers select and clean the plastic packaging of drinks and detergent in a workshop in Jakarta November 30, 2007. The hippest totes and wallets for Indonesia's environmentally conscious are stylish and practical, and made from trash. While Indonesia may be one of the worst carbon emitters on the planet, a group of Indonesians are doing their bit to re-use packaging for food, drinks, toothpaste and detergent by turning it into trendy totes, make-up bags, and other containers. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
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September 27, 2007
A woman carrying her dog stands in central Kiev September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE)...
Kiev, Ukraine
A woman carrying her dog stands in central Kiev
A woman carrying her dog stands in central Kiev September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE)
KOREA-AUTOS/FOREIGNCARS
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July 14, 2007
Customers look around a car at a showroom of Japanese car-maker Honda in Seoul in this July 9, 2007 photo....
Seoul, South Korea
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Customers look around a car at a showroom of Japanese car-maker Honda in Seoul in this July 9, 2007 photo. Increasing numbers of sleek, stylish European, U.S. and Japanese brands ply the capital of Asia's fourth-biggest economy and more Koreans are putting aside patriotism to them. To match feature KOREA-AUTOS/FOREIGNCARS REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-AUTOS/FOREIGNCARS
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July 14, 2007
Sales staffs of Japanese car-maker Honda check a car at a showroom in Seoul in this July 9, 2007 photo....
Seoul, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-AUTOS/FOREIGNCARS
Sales staffs of Japanese car-maker Honda check a car at a showroom in Seoul in this July 9, 2007 photo. Increasing numbers of sleek, stylish European, U.S. and Japanese brands ply the capital of Asia's fourth-biggest economy and more Koreans are putting aside patriotism to them. To match feature KOREA-AUTOS/FOREIGNCARS REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
TIMOR
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June 30, 2007
An East Timorese child stands beside her mother who is lined up to cast her ballot for the parliamentary...
Baucau, East Timor
An East Timorese child stands beside her mother who is lined up to cast her ballot for the parliamentary...
An East Timorese child stands beside her mother who is lined up to cast her ballot for the parliamentary election in Baucau, around 120 km (75 miles) east of Dili, June 30, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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April 22, 2007
French swimmer World Champion Laure Manaudou attends the final of the Monte Carlo Masters Series tennis...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
French swimmer World Champion Laure Manaudou attends the final of the Monte Carlo Masters Series tennis...
French swimmer World Champion Laure Manaudou attends the final of the Monte Carlo Masters Series tennis tournament in Monaco April 22, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (MONACO)
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April 07, 2007
Geoff Ogilvy of Australia wears gold-colored shoes during the second round of the 2007 Masters Golf Tournament...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Ogilvy of Australia wears gold-colored shoes during the second round of the 2007 Masters Golf Tournament...
Geoff Ogilvy of Australia wears gold-colored shoes during the second round of the 2007 Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 6, 2007. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
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