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#Frida Kahlo in Mexico, 1940. {Kodachrome by Nickolas Muray} Most of her clothng was custom made, albeit frugally. She bought fabric & took it to Indian seamstresses who transformed it into the brilliantly embroidered costumes the artist would become famous for. The Tehuana dress, her signature piece, named for the women of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. Much of Frida's jewelry were Pre-Columbian pieces given to her by Diego Rivera. examiner.comMr. Bowerbird

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