Four Cosmo girls take us on a visual tour of the cities they’re now liv­ing in! By Priyam Chaturvedi

Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY -

In­drankshi is a fash­ion stu­dent at Polimoda, Florence, and can’t stop gush­ing about it.


“It has to be the Gio­vanni Masi Vin­tage Cloth­ing Ware­house. It’s where buy­ers and de­sign­ers come to­gether for vin­tage in­spi­ra­tion. You get clothes here for 5 Eu­ros per kilo­gram. Isn’t that crazy?!”


“I love the Pi­azza Della Repub­blica (3) and the Ponte Vec­chio

(2)— both these places are very lively. There is al­ways some­thing hap­pen­ing there, from live the­atre to street mu­si­cians, fash­ion ex­po­si­tions, painters and pa­rades. Cou­ples can even ‘lock a mem­ory’ at the Vec­chio.”


“My favourite is Dor­ris—a fash­ion­able gay club. It’s the coolest place to be seen on Satur­day nights. Ev­ery­one dresses nat­tily, and the mu­sic is elec­tro-groove.”


“You get the most de­li­cious straw­berry cock­tails at the Ti­juana Mex­i­can Res­tau­rant. It’s a pop­u­lar haunt for Floren­tines, students and tourists, so a fab place to meet peo­ple.”

Most Pic­turesque Spot:

“I’d pick two—the Boboli Gar­dens (4), for its sooth­ing Tus­can view; and climb­ing to the top of Giotto’s Cam­panile (1) for a panoramic treat.”

2 ‘Lock a mem­ory’ tradition at the Ponte Vec­chio Giotto’s panCam­panileCam­panileC


3 Solemn ppro­ces­sion at Pi­azza Della Repub­blica

Boboli Gar­dens


In­drak­shi Pat­tanaik

Fash­ion stu­dent, 22

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