Mexican Julia Klug Creates Various Outfits for All Protests

Published August 21st, 2019 - 06:34 GMT

The Mexican activist and veteran protester, Julia Klug, who is also known as the 'professional protester' admits having an outfit for every demonstration.

During two decades of protesting, Klug has been a staple of Mexico City protests as various customs such as a pig, priest, president or the pope.

On the other hand, the 65-year-old woman revealed that she does not shy from wearing her costumes to even the most serious of protests.

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Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP

In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP

View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

 In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP
View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
 In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP
In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP
In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP
View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
 In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP
In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP
In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP
In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP