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Italian Fashion

Studying Fashion in Italy

study fashion in italyItaly is synonymous with the word fashion. It is one of the fashion capitals of the world and Italians are truly passionate about style and fashion, it is certainly is the Mecca of fashion. The fashion industry in Italy and across the world runs on and continuously seeks new talent in fashion design. This perpetual need for emerging talent makes Italy a hub of fashion schools and institutes teaching fashion. So, if you have want to study fashion, learn it from the connoisseurs.

Studying Fashion in Italy…

Factory Outlet in Milan Italy Video

Designer and Discount Fashion Outlet: Italian fashion designers sale their fashion in factory outlet stores in Milan and Italy

Italian Fashion by bhaw

italian fashion store windowMilan, the capital of fashion and design, being the birthplace and workplace of the who’s-who in the fashion industry, exhibiting fashion in every nook and corner of every street, being omnipresent on red carpets all over the world, Italy is the epitome of fashion. Being well and stylishly dressed is a part of life for all Italians, from the commoners to the rich and famous. For the glitterati and the rich there are the fashion houses of Armani, Versace, Fendi, Ferragamo, Prada, and the list is endless. For commoners, there are fashion stores such as Zara that are the pioneers of wearable fashion. Italian Fashion by bhaw…

Versace Spring Summer 2009

Prada Spring Summer 2009

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