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MEXICO-KAHLO/
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September 28, 2012
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that...
Mexico City, Mexico
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that...
A blouse and a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum. The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012 To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K4G
September 28, 2012
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl, that had belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl with paper at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan...
A restoration expert prepares to wrap a shawl, that had belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, with paper at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K4A
September 28, 2012
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Exhibit Curator Circe Henestrosa speaks to Reuters at the "Blue House" where iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera lived from 1929 to1954 in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum. The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
RTR38K47
September 28, 2012
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
A restoration expert shows the lace on the hem of a skirt that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. The embroidery on the pillow reads "Wake up sleeping heart." Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
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September 28, 2012
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared...
Mexico City, Mexico
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared...
An outfit that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is seen in the bedroom that Kahlo shared with her husband Mexican muralist Diego Rivera at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" now turned into a museum.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. The embroidery on the pillow reads "Wake up sleeping heart." Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
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September 28, 2012
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Mexico City, Mexico
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida...
Restoration expert Renato Camarillo Duque arranges a shawl that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MEXICO-KAHLO/
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September 28, 2012
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo...
Mexico City, Mexico
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo...
A restoration expert arranges the ruffles on a blouse that belonged to iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo at the "Blue House" in the neighborhood of Coyoacan in Mexico City September 27, 2012. After 50 years under lock and key, hundreds of colorful dresses, shawls and accessories worn by Kahlo will be displayed by a Mexico City museum in November. Museum officials discovered the items - which include corsets, shoes and photographs - in 2004 when they entered previously sealed rooms in the "Blue House" Kahlo shared with her husband, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, in the capital.The exhibit explores Kahlo's unique wardrobe inspired by Mexico's indigenous women with richly embroidered frocks, flowery headpieces and ornate silver jewelry, turning her into a fashion muse and earning her a spot in Vogue magazine in 1937. Picture taken September 27, 2012.To match story MEXICO-KAHLO/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
TELEVISION AMANPOUR
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March 18, 2010
Journalist Christiane Amanpour presents a 2009 Glamour Women of the Year award during the magazine's...
New York, UNITED STATES
File photo of journalist Amanpour presenting a 2009 Glamour Women of the Year award during the magazine's...
Journalist Christiane Amanpour presents a 2009 Glamour Women of the Year award during the magazine's annual award show in New York in this November 9, 2009 file photo. Amanpour on March 18, 2010 was named to anchor the ABC News' Sunday morning program "This Week" starting in August, after 27 years as an international correspondent for CNN. Picture taken November 9, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
ODD PLAYBOY DC
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June 27, 2002
Former Enron employees Christine Nielsen (L), Carey Lorenzo (C), and Cynthia
Coghlan pose near a statue...
New York, United States of America
ENRON WOMEN WHO POSED FOR PLAYBOY MAGAZINE APPEAR IN NEW YORK.
Former Enron employees Christine Nielsen (L), Carey Lorenzo (C), and Cynthia
Coghlan pose near a statue of a bull in the financial district of New York
on June 27, 2002. The three women were among ten from the energy company who
posed for the August issue of Playboy magazine. Coghlan, 28, was a sales
coordinator in the Toronto, Canada, Enron office. Nielsen, 28, was a project
coordinator in the Portland, Oregon, office and Lorenzo, 31, sold
deregulated energy in the company's New York office. Playboy magazine
introduced the stars of its ballyhooed nude photo spread "The Women of
Enron," current and former employees of the Houston energy trading giant who
appear in an issue set to hit newsstands nationally on Friday. REUTERS/Peter
Morgan

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ODD PLAYBOY DC
RTR6XM6
June 27, 2002
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and Carey
Lorenzo pose with a copy...
New York, United States of America
FORMER ENRON EMPLOYEES POSE NEXT TO PLAYBOY MAGAZINE COVER.
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and Carey
Lorenzo pose with a copy of the cover of the August issue of Playboy
magazine at a press conference in New York on June 27, 2002. The three women
were among ten from the energy company who posed for the magazine. Coghlan,
28, was a sales coordinator in the Toronto, Canada, Enron office. Nielsen,
28, was a project coordinator in the Portland, Oregon, office and Lorenzo,
31, sold deregulated energy in the company's New York office. Playboy
magazine introduced the stars of its ballyhooed nude photo spread "The Women
of Enron," current and former employees of the Houston energy trading giant
who appear in an issue set to hit newsstands nationally on Friday.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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ODD PLAYBOY
RTR6XLZ
June 27, 2002
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and
Carey Lorenzo pose on a statue...
New York, United States of America
ENRON WOMEN WHO POSED FOR PLAYBOY ATOP BULL STATUE IN NEW YORK
FINANCIAL DISTRICT.
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and
Carey Lorenzo pose on a statue of a bull in the financial district of
New York on June 27, 2002. The three women were among ten from the
energy company who posed for the August issue of Playboy magazine.
Coghlan, 28, was a sales coordinator in the Toronto, Canada, Enron
office. Nielsen, 28, was a project coordinator in the Portland, Oregon,
office and Lorenzo, 31, sold deregulated energy in the company's New
York office. Playboy magazine introduced the stars of its ballyhooed
nude photo spread "The Women of Enron," current and former employees of
the Houston energy trading giant who appear in an issue set to hit
newsstands nationally on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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PHILIPPINES
RTR12ZAL
October 27, 1999
Filipino women belonging to religious groups hold placards during a protest outside the presidential...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO WOMEN BELONGING TO RELIGIOUS GROUPS DEMONSTRATE IN MANILA.
Filipino women belonging to religious groups hold placards during a protest outside the presidential palace in Manila October 27. The group challenged Philippine President Joseph Estrada's government to stop the rampant screening of bold movies and the proliferation of pornographic magazines which they said was responsible for the decline in morality and rise in incidence of crimes such as rape in the country.

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October 27, 1998
A Malaysian women reads a magazine with a picture of Lim Guan Eng and the title 'Where's Justice' during...
Malaysia
A MUSLIM WOMEN READS DURING A FORUM IN KUALA LUMPUR.
A Malaysian women reads a magazine with a picture of Lim Guan Eng and the title 'Where's Justice' during the 'Gerak', the Malaysian People's Justice Movement forum, in Kuala Lumpur late October 27. Lim Guan Eng is serving two concurrent 18-month jail sentences for sedition and printing false news. The forum called for the abolishment of the Internal Security Act which allows authorities to hold people without trial, the boycotting of the largest circulating Malay language newspaper and the resignation of the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.

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