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While a California Chardonnay from the Napa Valley might have cachet, winemaker Michael Faltz said his products are on par with those chichi West Coast varietals.
Alongside the usual tra-la-la and chichi of Fashion Week in Paris, a fair amount of blah-blah was heard about the potential merging of the sexes on runways and the end of a separate men’s wear season altogether.
Top on our list is Le Grand Pan, a neighborhood spot advertising cuisine sans chichis, a meat-lover’s paradise.
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Origin and Etymology of chichi
First Known Use: 1908See Words from the same year
First Known Use of chichi
CHICHI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chichi for English Language Learners
: fashionable or showy especially in a way that is meant to impress people or to attract attention
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