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Why is Chinese fashion trending in UK and USA?

The trend is growing in China and there is a large amount of interest in clothing that has been created by women, including the Lolita fashion line, the fashion magazine Style & Style reported.

The magazine said the fashion was created by a young woman who has been following fashion trends and found she liked the style and fashion style.

“It is the trend for the Lolitas, it’s so popular in China,” a source said.

“You can buy a Lolita, the Lolits, for the price of $200, so it’s quite a good price.”

“The Lolita’s have become very popular in the United States, and there are a lot of fashion houses selling Lolita-inspired clothes, and they’re going for a lot,” a UK source said, adding that there are Lolita styles for men and women.

Style & Type said Lolita had become a fashion trend in the US, with designers offering their own Lolita dresses, tops and pants.

It said Lolitas are popular in Japan, China and Korea.

The US is seeing a similar trend.

“The US is going the Lolito, it has become popular, it is very popular.

People are just finding it’s a pretty cool fashion.

People love the Lolitas,” a British source told the magazine.

The fashion magazine said Lolitos are available for sale at the fashion store in New York, which sells clothing from American designers.

It added that Lolita designers are now making a big splash in the UK, with fashion houses including Ralph Lauren, Alexander McQueen and Chanel releasing Lolita collections.

It is also a trend for men in the USA, with men’s and women’s designers offering Lolita style clothing, including dresses, jackets and shoes.

The Fashion Week in the UAE is also getting in on the Lolitera trend, with women’s designer Alexander McQueer and designer Chanel recently announcing a Loliteran collection, which will be available at the show.

“I think we are seeing a lot more of the Lolite trend with men in America.

I think the trend is here to stay,” a US fashion insider said.