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Here you are! A hot chocolate and a muffin for Ayane, and a hot tea with milk for Min-jun.
What are you going to do after you finish work? Can you join us?
We’re planning to stay until around six.
Sure, sounds good!
Hey, what happened to your apron? There’s a stain on it.
Oh, I spilled some coffee earlier. Luckily, it was iced coffee.
Do you have another apron?
No, but that’s OK. I’ll try to wash out the stain later.
I’m going to ask Ms. White about starting a new club next year!
Oh? What kind of club?
A fashion club! Students could learn how to coordinate outfits, how to draw designs, how to sew…
I think that would be really popular! If you start a new club, I’ll join it.
Thanks! Also, we could go on field trips to museums or watch movies about fashion.
How about a field trip to a fabric store or vintage shop? I know a place in the Garment District.
Whew! I just finished work. What are you guys talking about?
Ayane is thinking of starting a fashion club.
Oh, Emma! I just had a great idea. Why don’t Min-jun and I make new aprons for the Parkside Cafe?
Really? I’ve wanted a new apron for a while. I’d love something fashionable that reflects the atmosphere of the cafe.
Sure! We can draw some designs this weekend.
I’ll send them to you, and you can choose which you like. Let me know what you think.
OK. Thanks, guys!
I’m home! Aunt Rio, have you heard of Kiara’s Vintage Shop?
es. Kiara’s shop always has a large selection of items. She has a unique aptitude for finding lovely rare fabrics. What are you working on?
Min-jun will help me design some aprons. We’ll give them to Emma and her parents to use at their cafe.
How nice! By the way, Ayane, you got a letter in the mail today.
A letter? The postmark says Paris. The contest results! I have to call Min-jun!
DearMs. Shiraki and Mr. Moon,
I’m happy to announce that you are one of our wining teams!
Many teams used floral patterns, but your use of printed photographs was very unique.
You used eye-catching colors, and our judges loved the airy movement of the fabric.
Please prepare a short speech for the awards ceremony.
Congratulations! Or, as we say in France, felicitations!