I vote for all italian names too~ Very interested in what your milan one wil be named / smell like
Yet another vote for the Italian names. Giardini Sergeti di Firenze sounds fabulous!
I vote for the italian names. I would love to be involved & to give feedback on samples! I am from Ireland, but love Italy. I have been going there for holidays for about 10 years - my favourite being Firenze. My husband & I love Italy so much we got married in Firenze in 2007.
I have been to Venice, Rome, Florence and Naples, but have not yet been to Milan.
I am really looking forward to hearing more about this project
'The Italian series' sounds great! Keep the names strictly Italian for authenticity.
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I also think you should stick with the Italian names. I'm biased...my parents came from Italy and I grew up hearing the lovely language at home.
I hope I'm not too late to join this great project. Ive done testing before. I did some for Wooznib(nice stuff) and I am presently testing Secraction for O'Driu. I would love to help out!
Definitely keep the Italian names. The names allow an individual to mentally picture the city. A good example is Ortigia-Sicilia and their line.
(Im keeping my fingers crossed)
Welcome Rex, there is time for all to enter until the end of the project.
Agreed on using Italian names. I don't think people will be confused, and it adds a nice touch.
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