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AIDS BOLIVIA
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July 26, 2005
American designers Skeels and McLaughlin show their Hollywood Graffiti Gown during its global tour in...
La Paz, Bolivia
American designers Skeels and McLaughlin show their Hollywood Graffiti Gown during its global tour ......
American designers Skeels and McLaughlin show their Hollywood Graffiti Gown during its global tour in La Paz, Bolivia. American designers Jerry Skeels (L) and Randy McLaughlin show the Hollywood Griffiti Gown before fitting it on Bolivian designer Beatriz Canedo Patino in La Paz July 26, 2005. The gown was created by Skeels and McLaughlin 24 years ago to bring together women from all cultures to raise awareness of and help fight AIDS. Embroidered on the gown, in platinum and crystal beads, are the autographs of nearly 400 famous women who wore it, including Mother Teresa, Yoko Ono and Katharine Hepburn. Patino, the latest person to have her signature added to the gown, is known as the Queen of Alpaca for her creations using Alpaca wool. The gown is on a final global tour before being auctioned off as its final contribution to the fight against AIDS. Picture taken July 26, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
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