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The _tortilla_ stone and _comal_, red earthen ollas, calabash cups, bedsteads and benches of the _cana vaquera_, a whirligig spindle, an old stringless _jarana_ or bandolon, with other like effects, lay in fragments upon the floor.
Stuffed goats keep an eye on customers in the high-street vaquera, or cowboy outfitter, where workers from the local car factories blow their pesos on snakeskin boots and $100 Stetsons.
A vaquera pant suit in gold-embroidered denim _ one of Gaultier's trademark fabrics _ opened the show, and each of the 42 looks that followed was more elaborate and striking than the previous.
A vaquera pant suit in gold-embroidered denim - one of Gaultier's trademark fabrics - opened the show, and each of the 42 looks that followed was more elaborate and striking than the previous.
His raucous romp through Mexico's history included hip hop vaquera pant suits, gowns of Conquistador armor and Aztec princess cocktail dresses made from woven palm fronds.