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YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX5FFXR
April 02, 2018
A worker holds the body of an unborn baby whose mother was killed by an airstrike in Hodeida, Yemen April...
HODEIDA, Yemen
Worker holds the body of an unborn baby whose mother was killed by an airstrike in Hodeida
A worker holds the body of an unborn baby whose mother was killed by an airstrike in Hodeida, Yemen April 2, 2018. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad
BRITAIN-EU/IRELAND-BORDER
RTS1OYFZ
March 23, 2018
Zig-zag steps lead up to the prehistoric stone fort of Grianan of Aileach where you can view the border...
SPEENOGUE, Ireland
The Wider Image: Criss-crossing Irish border, Brexit threatens status quo
Zig-zag steps lead up to the prehistoric stone fort of Grianan of Aileach where you can view the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, seen from near the border village of Speenogue, Ireland, February 1, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "KILCOYNE BORDER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
QATAR-PROPERTY/
RTX11B61
July 03, 2013
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real estate developers are struggling even as the country embarks on huge infrastructure building plans - a warning to investors that despite the billions which the Gulf state is throwing around, they won't necessarily profit. A $7.1 billion state financial support package announced last month for Qatar's largest listed developer, Barwa Real Estate and the restructuring of other top developers such as United Development Co and state-owned Qatari Diar, highlight the industry's weakness. Picture taken June 25, 2013. To match story QATAR-PROPERTY/REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
QATAR-PROPERTY/
RTX11B5Y
July 03, 2013
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real estate developers are struggling even as the country embarks on huge infrastructure building plans - a warning to investors that despite the billions which the Gulf state is throwing around, they won't necessarily profit. A $7.1 billion state financial support package announced last month for Qatar's largest listed developer, Barwa Real Estate and the restructuring of other top developers such as United Development Co and state-owned Qatari Diar, highlight the industry's weakness. Picture taken June 25, 2013. To match story QATAR-PROPERTY/REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
QATAR-PROPERTY/
RTX11B5X
July 03, 2013
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near the Zig Zag Towers in Doha June 25, 2013. Qatar's real estate developers are struggling even as the country embarks on huge infrastructure building plans - a warning to investors that despite the billions which the Gulf state is throwing around, they won't necessarily profit. A $7.1 billion state financial support package announced last month for Qatar's largest listed developer, Barwa Real Estate and the restructuring of other top developers such as United Development Co and state-owned Qatari Diar, highlight the industry's weakness. Picture taken June 25, 2013. To match story QATAR-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTION)
UKRAINE-ROADS/
RTXZUPW
May 21, 2013
Vehicles drive along a road filled with potholes near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with...
Kiev, Ukraine
Vehicles drive along a road filled with potholes near Kiev
Vehicles drive along a road filled with potholes near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's roads encapsulate the country's political and economic dilemmas more than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most drivers blame the government for the fact that potholes and crumbling asphalt mean they either have to endure incessant jolts and regular damage by steering straight over them, or zig-zag around them, with perilous consequences. Picture taken May 16, 2013. To match story UKRAINE-ROADS/ REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-ROADS/
RTXZUPV
May 21, 2013
Cars drive over potholes along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's...
Kiev, Ukraine
Cars drive over potholes along a road near Kiev
Cars drive over potholes along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's roads encapsulate the country's political and economic dilemmas more than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most drivers blame the government for the fact that potholes and crumbling asphalt mean they either have to endure incessant jolts and regular damage by steering straight over them, or zig-zag around them, with perilous consequences. Picture taken May 16, 2013. To match story UKRAINE-ROADS/ REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-ROADS/
RTXZUPU
May 21, 2013
Vehicles drive past a pothole filled with water along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the...
Kiev, Ukraine
Vehicles drive past a pothole filled with water along a road near Kiev
Vehicles drive past a pothole filled with water along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's roads encapsulate the country's political and economic dilemmas more than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most drivers blame the government for the fact that potholes and crumbling asphalt mean they either have to endure incessant jolts and regular damage by steering straight over them, or zig-zag around them, with perilous consequences. Picture taken May 16, 2013. To match story UKRAINE-ROADS/ REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-ROADS/
RTXZUPT
May 21, 2013
A truck drives towards a pothole along a road near Kiev May 17, 2013. In many ways, the problems with...
Kiev, Ukraine
A truck drives towards a pothole along a road near Kiev
A truck drives towards a pothole along a road near Kiev May 17, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's roads encapsulate the country's political and economic dilemmas more than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most drivers blame the government for the fact that potholes and crumbling asphalt mean they either have to endure incessant jolts and regular damage by steering straight over them, or zig-zag around them, with perilous consequences. Picture taken May 17, 2013. To match story UKRAINE-ROADS/ REUTERS/Sergii Polezhaka (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-ROADS/
RTXZUPS
May 21, 2013
Cars drive over a pothole along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's...
Kiev, Ukraine
Cars drive over a pothole along a road near Kiev
Cars drive over a pothole along a road near Kiev May 16, 2013. In many ways, the problems with Ukraine's roads encapsulate the country's political and economic dilemmas more than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most drivers blame the government for the fact that potholes and crumbling asphalt mean they either have to endure incessant jolts and regular damage by steering straight over them, or zig-zag around them, with perilous consequences. Picture taken May 16, 2013. To match story UKRAINE-ROADS/ REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
QATAR-MODERNISM/
RTR38FWX
September 26, 2012
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending massively to modernise its capital ahead of the 2022 World Cup, leading conservative Qataris to worry about how this will affect the Islamic nature of the Gulf state. In the busy years leading up to the prestigious soccer tournament, Doha will see an influx of foreign companies, professionals and workers. With them will come a fresh flood of foreign cultures and lifestyles, and that is causing concern. Picture taken September 25, 2012. To match Feature QATAR-MODERNISM/ REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
QATAR-MODERNISM/
RTR38FWN
September 26, 2012
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending massively to modernise its capital ahead of the 2022 World Cup, leading conservative Qataris to worry about how this will affect the Islamic nature of the Gulf state. In the busy years leading up to the prestigious soccer tournament, Doha will see an influx of foreign companies, professionals and workers. With them will come a fresh flood of foreign cultures and lifestyles, and that is causing concern. Picture taken September 25, 2012. To match Feature QATAR-MODERNISM/ REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
QATAR-MODERNISM/
RTR38FWM
September 26, 2012
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending...
Doha, Qatar
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha
Construction cranes and bulldozers operate near Zig Zag Towers in Doha September 25, 2012. Qatar is spending massively to modernise its capital ahead of the 2022 World Cup, leading conservative Qataris to worry about how this will affect the Islamic nature of the Gulf state. In the busy years leading up to the prestigious soccer tournament, Doha will see an influx of foreign companies, professionals and workers. With them will come a fresh flood of foreign cultures and lifestyles, and that is causing concern. Picture taken September 25, 2012. To match Feature QATAR-MODERNISM/ REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous (QATAR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
TRAVEL-SEATTLE
RTR2ZFUB
January 30, 2012
Seattle's hot cocktail scene at the Zig Zag Cafe is pictured tucked away behind the Pike Place Market...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Travel 48 Hours in Seattle
Seattle's hot cocktail scene at the Zig Zag Cafe is pictured tucked away behind the Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington, March 13, 2012. Much of the food on the menu is sourced at the Pike Place Market. Set between two major mountain ranges, the Olympics and the Cascades, with the Puget Sound's fjord-like waters to the west and massive Lake Washington to the east, Seattle has one of the most dramatic settings of any city in the country For 48 hours in Seattle. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
VIETNAM
RTR2CAOV
March 31, 2010
A farmer lays traps to catch rats on a rice paddy field on Duyen Truong village outside Hanoi March 31,...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer lays traps to catch rats on a rice paddy field on Duyen Truong village outside Hanoi
A farmer lays traps to catch rats on a rice paddy field on Duyen Truong village outside Hanoi March 31, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
JAPAN
RTXN9KI
May 26, 2009
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yasuo Sekita points...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Sekita points at...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yasuo Sekita points at a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in the morning in Japan during a news conference in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason May 25, 2009. North Korea conducted an underground nuclear test on Monday, stoking tension across the regional economic powerhouse of East Asia and prompting U.N. Security Council members to call an emergency meeting. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN SCI TECH POLITICS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN/
RTXE3O5
April 18, 2009
A worker at a factory near Tokyo bay is seen from a helicopter during a press tour organized by Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker at a factory near Tokyo bay is seen from a helicopter during a press tour organized by Tokyo...
A worker at a factory near Tokyo bay is seen from a helicopter during a press tour organized by Tokyo 2016 Bid Committee in Tokyo April 18, 2009. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-BEIJING/
RTR1PR0G
May 16, 2007
A general view of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as the "Bird's Nest", which is still under...
Beijing, China
A general view of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as the "Bird's Nest", which is still under...
A general view of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as the "Bird's Nest", which is still under construction in Beijing May 16, 2007. China has pulled out all the stops in its attempts to curb pollution and Olympic officials are confident air quality will be good come the 2008 Games. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1POQT
May 14, 2007
A general view shows the construction site of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as the "Bird's...
Beijing, China
A general view shows the construction site for the National Olympic Stadium in Beijing
A general view shows the construction site of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as the "Bird's Nest", in Beijing May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
ALPINE-SKIING-WORLD/
RTR1MJM0
February 18, 2007
Fritz Strobl of Austria clears a gate in the super-G race during the Nations Team event at the Alpine...
Are, Sweden
Fritz Strobl of Austria clears a gate in the super-G race during the Nations Team event at the Alpine...
Fritz Strobl of Austria clears a gate in the super-G race during the Nations Team event at the Alpine World Ski Championships in Are February 18, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWEDEN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MCPM
February 13, 2007
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled "Zig-Zag Kismet" at the...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Gilbert and George pose in front of a piece entitled "Zig-Zag Kismet" at the Tate Modern...
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled "Zig-Zag Kismet" at the Tate Modern gallery in central London February 13, 2007. Their first major retrospective in twenty-five years was launched on Tuesday with over two hundred pictures, including a new commission entitled "The Six Bomb Pictures". The show will tour extensively in Europe and America. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MCOE
February 13, 2007
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled 'Zig-Zag Kismet' at the...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Gilbert and George attend launch of major retrospective of their work at the Tate Modern...
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled 'Zig-Zag Kismet' at the Tate Modern gallery in central London February 13, 2007. Their first major retrospective in twenty-five years is launched on Tuesday, with over two hundred pictures, including a new commission entitled 'The Six Bomb Pictures'. The show will tour extensively in Europe and America. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MCN5
February 13, 2007
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled 'Zig-Zag Kismet' at the...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Gilbert and George attend launch of major retrospective of their work at the Tate Modern...
British artists Gilbert (L) and George (R) pose in front of a piece entitled 'Zig-Zag Kismet' at the Tate Modern gallery in central London, February 13, 2007. Their first major retrospective in 25 years was launched today , with over 200 pictures, including a new commission entitled 'The Six Bomb Pictures'. The show will tour extensively in Europe and America. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
PERU MISSONI
RTR102X6
December 15, 2004
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15,...
Lima, Peru
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni.
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15, 2004. Missoni, famous for its exuberantly colored couture knits in bold stripes and zig zags, presented his fashion show retrospective in Lima to mark its 50th anniversary last year. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO
PERU MISSONI
RTRIC8H
December 15, 2004
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15,...
Lima, Peru
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni.
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15, 2004. Missoni, famous for its exhuberantly colored couture knits in bold stripes and zig zags, presented his fashion show retrospective in Lima to mark its 50th anniversary last year. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO
PERU MISSONI
RTRIC6R
December 15, 2004
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15,...
Lima, Peru
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni.
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15, 2004. Missoni, famous for its exuberantly colored couture knits in bold stripes and zig zags, presented his fashion show retrospective in Lima to mark its 50th anniversary last year. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO
PERU MISSONI
RTRIC49
December 15, 2004
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15,...
Lima, Peru
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni.
A model displays an outfit by Italian designer Vittorio Missoni at a fashion show in Lima, December 15, 2004. Missoni, famous for its exuberantly colored couture knits in bold stripes and zig zags, presented his fashion show retrospective in Lima to mark its 50th anniversary last year. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO
OSCARS
RTRKQFL
March 23, 2003
Limousines arrive at the Kodak Theatre for the 2003 Academy Awards
ceremony in Los Angeles on March...
Hollywood, United States of America
LIMOUSINES ARRIVE FOR THE 2003 OSCARS.
Limousines arrive at the Kodak Theatre for the 2003 Academy Awards
ceremony in Los Angeles on March 23, 2003. Outside the Kodak Theatre
where the show is taking place, limousines - even those with
bullet-proof windows - must navigate a zig-zagging maze of orange cones
and barricades just to get to the small patch of red carpet that leads
into the venue. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

BS/ME
OSCARS
RTRKQFG
March 23, 2003
Limousines arrive at the Kodak Theatre for the 2003 Academy Awards ceremony
in Los Angeles on March...
Hollywood, United States of America
LIMOUSINES ARRIVE FOR THE 2003 OSCARS.
Limousines arrive at the Kodak Theatre for the 2003 Academy Awards ceremony
in Los Angeles on March 23, 2003. Outside the Kodak Theatre where the show
is taking place, limousines - even those with bullet-proof windows - must
navigate a zig-zagging maze of orange cones and barricades just to get to
the small patch of red carpet that leads into the venue. PP03030052
REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

BS/ME
AUSTRALIA SHOWS
RTR4QN9
May 06, 2002
People ride the ferris-wheel as storm clouds build behind at the
Hawkesbury Show located 50 kilometres...
Sydney, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS.
People ride the ferris-wheel as storm clouds build behind at the
Hawkesbury Show located 50 kilometres west of Sydney. With 600
Agricultural shows and fairs throughout Australia per year, Bill Davis
spends 11 months of the year on the road with his children and
grandchildren travelling some 30,000 kilometres zig-zagging from
tropical North Queensland to the southern island of Tasmania.
Australia's vast expanses and scattered population means the 'showies',
unlike their American counterparts who can have a permanent base, have
to be constantly on the move looking for business-they are the modern
day Nomads. Picture taken 12 April, 2002. REUTERS/David Gray TO MATCH
FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA SHOWS
RTR4QN4
May 06, 2002
A games-vendor wearing a monstor mask sells tickets for the ghost train
ride down what is known as 'sideshow-alley'...
Sydney, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS.
A games-vendor wearing a monstor mask sells tickets for the ghost train
ride down what is known as 'sideshow-alley' at the Hawkesbury Show
located 50 kilometres west of Sydney. With 600 Agricultural shows and
fairs throughout Australia per year, Bill Davis spends 11 months of the
year on the road with his children and grandchildren travelling some
30,000 kilometres zig-zagging from tropical North Queensland to the
southern island of Tasmania. Australia's vast expanses and scattered
population means the 'showies', unlike their American counterparts who
can have a permanent base, have to be constantly on the move looking
for business-they are the modern day Nomads. Picture taken 12 April,
2002. REUTERS/David Gray TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA SHOWS
RTR4QME
May 06, 2002
Bill Davis (R) talks with show organiser Dennis Shipway in what is
known as 'sideshow-alley' at the...
Sydney, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS.
Bill Davis (R) talks with show organiser Dennis Shipway in what is
known as 'sideshow-alley' at the Hawkesbury Show located 50 kilometres
west of Sydney. With 600 Agricultural shows and fairs throughout
Australia per year, Davis spends 11 months of the year on the road with
his children and grandchildren travelling some 30,000 kilometres
zig-zagging from tropical North Queensland to the southern island of
Tasmania. Australia's vast expanses and scattered population means the
'showies', unlike their American counterparts who can have a permanent
base, have to be constantly on the move looking for business-they are
the modern day nomads. Picture taken 12 April, 2002. REUTERS/David Gray
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA SHOWS
RTR4QMX
April 12, 2002
A games-vendor stands in front of heaps of stuffed toys down what is
known as 'sideshow-alley' at the...
Sydney, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS.
A games-vendor stands in front of heaps of stuffed toys down what is
known as 'sideshow-alley' at the Hawkesbury Show located 50 kilometres
west of Sydney. With 600 Agricultural shows and fairs throughout
Australia per year, Bill Davis spends 11 months of the year on the road
with his children and grandchildren travelling some 30,000 kilometres
zig-zagging from tropical North Queensland to the southern island of
Tasmania. Australia's vast expanses and scattered population means the
'showies', unlike their American counterparts who can have a permanent
base, have to be constantly on the move looking for business-they are
the modern day Nomads. Picture taken April 12, 2002. REUTERS/David Gray
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA SHOWS
RTR4QMU
April 12, 2002
A young boy and his father walk down what is known as 'sideshow-alley'
at the Hawkesbury Show located...
Sydney, Australia
TO MATCH FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS.
A young boy and his father walk down what is known as 'sideshow-alley'
at the Hawkesbury Show located 50 kilometres west of Sydney. With 600
Agricultural shows and fairs throughout Australia per year, Bill Davis
spends 11 months of the year on the road with his children and
grandchildren travelling some 30,000 kilometres zig-zagging from
tropical North Queensland to the southern island of Tasmania.
Australia's vast expanses and scattered population means the 'showies',
unlike their American counterparts who can have a permanent base, have
to be constantly on the move looking for business-they are the modern
day Nomads. Picture taken April 12, 2002. REUTERS/David Gray TO MATCH
FEATURE AUSTRALIA-SHOWS

DG/PB
ARTS DELAGUARDA
RTRMHWU
August 30, 2001
Members of the Argentine theater group De la Guarda zig-zag up a wall
while hanging from ropes, in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ARTS DELAGUARDA.
Members of the Argentine theater group De la Guarda zig-zag up a wall
while hanging from ropes, in Buenos Aires' Recoleta Cultural Center,
August 30, 2001. Having conquered audiences across Europe and the
Americas, De la Guarda's new home in Recoleta is the very site where it
performed its show in a tent in the mid 1990s before heading abroad,
and a world away from the impromptu show it once staged on cables
suspended from the city's obelisk landmark. REUTERS/Enrique
Marcarian/FEATURE-ARTS-DELAGUARDA

EM/HB
LEISURE FASHION
RTR8FXE
September 20, 2000
Model Gisele wears a brown and white zig-zag tank top and sheer brown skirt for designer Ralph Lauren...
New York, USA
MODEL FOR DESIGNER RALPH LAUREN WEARS SPRING 2001 FASHIONS.
Model Gisele wears a brown and white zig-zag tank top and sheer brown skirt for designer Ralph Lauren during the showing of the Ralph Lauren Spring 2001 Collection in New York, September 20, 2000.

MS/CM
MISCHKA
RTXK04Z
September 19, 2000
A model for designer Badgley Mischka wears a black silk tank top and woven blue zig zag skirt with gold...
New York, USA
A model for designer Badgley Mischka wears a black silk tank top and woven blue zig zag skirt with g.....
A model for designer Badgley Mischka wears a black silk tank top and woven blue zig zag skirt with gold trim during the showing of the Badgley Mischka Spring 20001 Collection in New York, September 18, 2000.
LEISURE FASHION
RTR8ETJ
September 19, 2000
A model wears a linen raffia sleeve shirt over a tan cotton choli and a linen raffia zig zag short during...
New York, USA
MODEL WEARS YEOHLEE SHIRT AND SHORT.
A model wears a linen raffia sleeve shirt over a tan cotton choli and a linen raffia zig zag short during a showing of Yeohlee fashions in New York September 19, 2000.

RFS/ME
FASHION
RTR8DBC
September 18, 2000
A model for designer Badgley Mischka wears a black silk tank top and woven blue zig zag skirt with gold...
New York, USA
MODEL FOR DESIGNER BADGLEY MISCHKA WEARS SPRING 2001 FASHIONS.
A model for designer Badgley Mischka wears a black silk tank top and woven blue zig zag skirt with gold trim during the showing of the Badgley Mischka Spring 20001 Collection in New York, September 18, 2000.

MS/JP
MISSONI
RTXGIS0
September 23, 1996
Ottaviano Missoni (C) receives congratulations at the end of his collection at the Spring-Summer '97...
Ottaviano Missoni (C) receives congratulations at the end of his collection at the Spring-Summer '97.....
Ottaviano Missoni (C) receives congratulations at the end of his collection at the Spring-Summer '97 collection at Milan's fashion show October 3. Calling the collection ''Water Follies'', Missoni cited sunsets and rain forests as the inspiration behind the cocktail of violet, aquamarine, red and ochre laid side by side in zig-zag wave patterns and irregular diagonal stripes.
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