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Imagine: Fashion Designer Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:Outfit yourself in glitz and glamour as a world-famous fashion designer in this career sim that's part of the inspiring Imagine Series. The series is developed specifically to spark the imaginations of young girls, giving them a chance to pursue hobbies, explore interests, and chase their dreams on their own terms. Imagine: Fashion Designer takes players to the height of the fashion world, letting them try on the life of a hip Manhattan clothing designer. They'll have their hands on every aspect of an ultra-chic fashion business as they come up with ideas, design clothes, and direct photo shoots on the way to building a full-fledged fashion empire.
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