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Nicole Abe

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Native name  安部ニコル
Website  ameblo.jp/nicorun
Ethnicity  Japanese and Filipino
Height  1.61 m (5 ft 3 in)

Occupation  Fashion model
Name  Nicole Abe
Years active  2008-present
Role  Model
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Born  December 22, 1993 (age 21) (1993-12-22) The Philippines
Similar People  Azusa Koizumi, Mai Miyagi, Yuuki Yamamoto, Rika Mamiya, Tenka Hashimoto

Nicole Abe (安部 ニコル, Abe Nikoru, born December 22, 1993) is a Philippine-born Japanese gyaru fashion model. She has been featured in Ranzuki (2008–2011) and Happie Nuts (2011 onwards) gyaru fashion magazines. Abe was once a contributor to Ranzuki.

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Early life and education

Abe was born in the Philippines to a Japanese father and Filipina mother; she later obtained Japanese nationality through her father. Abe and her family had moved to Japan when she was five. She did not understand Japanese when she first arrived in Japan. While learning Japanese, she gradually forgot the fundamentals of English and Tagalog. Abe went to nursery school in Niigata Prefecture, and attended elementary school in Gunma Prefecture for the first two grades. She transferred to an elementary school in Chiba Prefecture before grade 4.

Modeling career

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While studying in grade 3 at junior high school, Abe began her career in the gyaru magazine Ranzuki, debuting in the June 2008 issue. She was the youngest model to debut in Ranzuki. Abe worked with 16 publications in three and a half years, and became the most representative and influential model in Ranzuki. After Abe left Ranzuki in November 2011, she moved to the more popular gyaru magazine Happie Nuts, starting with the December issue. She appeared as a young queen in Happie Nuts.

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Abe has been a representative for several gyaru fashion brands, such as Diamond Puff, Lis Liza Doll, a yukata brand Koibana. and a color contact lenses brand Candy Magic.

References

Nicole Abe Wikipedia


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