The Italian city with many 'FASHIONISTA'
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The Italian city with many 'FASHIONISTA'

by Nozomi U.
(Tokyo, Japan)

Speaking of Italy, I can't leave out the word 'fashion', I think. No longer ago than last month, Pitti Immagine Uomo, which is the biggest man's fashion exhibition in the world, is held every June in Florence, Italy. A lotta fashionista gather there from all over the world.

Still, I see people enjoying fashion in Japan too, but the view of fashion is different between Japanese and Italians. I suppose 'sexy' is important for Italians. Actually my friend has been seeing an Italian guy and when I asked him 'why did you approach her?', he said 'Why not? She is so sexy and lovely.' If I ask the same question to Japanese, 'sexy' doesn't come first.

Anyway, I wanna go to this FASCINATING country and see real Italian fashion. :):)

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