Museum keeper Ximena Gomez dresses a mannequin with an indigenous shirt known as a "huipil" and a skirt that belonged to late Mexican artist Frida Kahlo before putting it on exhibit at the Frida Kahlo museum in Mexico City, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. A full collection from Kahlo's wardrobe will go on public display Nov. 22 in Mexico City after being locked for nearly 50 years in her armoires and dressers: jewelry, shoes and clothes that still carry the scent of the late artist's perfume and cigarette smoke or stains from painting. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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Museum keeper Ximena Gomez dresses a mannequin with an indigenous shirt known as a "huipil" and a skirt that belonged to late Mexican artist Frida Kahlo before putting it on exhibit at the Frida Kahlo museum in Mexico City, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012.  A full collection from Kahlo's wardrobe will go on public display Nov. 22 in Mexico City after being locked for nearly 50 years in her armoires and dressers: jewelry, shoes and clothes that still carry the scent of the late artist's perfume and cigarette smoke or stains from painting. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
Museum keeper Ximena Gomez dresses a mannequin with an indigenous shirt known as a "huipil" and a skirt that belonged to late Mexican artist Frida Kahlo before putting it on exhibit at the Frida Kahlo museum in Mexico City, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. A full collection from Kahlo's wardrobe will go on public display Nov. 22 in Mexico City after being locked for nearly 50 years in her armoires and dressers: jewelry, shoes and clothes that still carry the scent of the late artist's perfume and cigarette smoke or stains from painting. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
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