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Sozzani on Tokyo

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Tokyo's Fashion's Night Out happened this weekend, and here's what Vogue Italia's Franca Sozzani thinks of Japan's retail scene: "I've found it much more alive than what I had thought. I went to the store. I have seen that people are shopping, are doing things.?I see a lot of movement." Japan should take that as a serious compliment, since she's been known to dislike a lot of other things. As a side note, we've just proved her theory on how the Internet works. [WWD; Previously]