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Croatian Teen Wins “The Look of the Year” Title in Italy

kimkosanovicCroatian teenager Kim Kosanović has won one of the most important fashion contests in the world – The 2013 Look of the Year – held in the town of Taormina on the Italian island of Sicily over the weekend. Zagreb model Kosanović (18) beat 55 finalists from all over the globe to be named “The Look of the Year” for 2013. The Look of the Year attracts more than 200,000 girls from over 40 countries each year in the first phase. The aim of the contest is to discover faces and launch them onto the international modelling scene.

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