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A fashion district in Mexico has become the latest to adopt a $200-per-year stipend for the cost of clothing.

The La Fashion District in Yucatan, which includes a large mall, was established in 2011 by a group of fashion designers to offer affordable clothing to middle-class families.

Since then, it has added a new clothing program to its repertoire, paying people to wear clothing for free in the main mall and on a few outdoor spots.

The $200 monthly stipend will be paid for by a small amount each month.

It comes after a similar program in Yolanda, Mexico, which began in 2011 and was run by a nonprofit group called Unidas.