| Episode 93: The Revenge of England's Fashion Fiasco|
|Episode #||93 (41)|
|Air Date||January 3, 2011|
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The forty-first episode of Hetalia: World Series (ninety-third overall) was broadcast on January 3, 2011. It continues the second part of England's Fashion Fiasco, Revenge of England's Fashion Fiasco.
Trends Repeat Themselves
In the 11th century, England reflects on his failure to become fashionable by growing out his hair (Episode 46), but resolves not to become dampened by the events and that he will continue to try to become stylish like France.
Suddenly, France calls out to England from afar, running up to greet him, wearing a long flowing dress-like tunic. Shocked, England questions his feminine appearance, to which France replies that the long tunic is the latest fashion trend in his home. He spins around in the tunic, commenting that the dress makes him feel free.
England remarks that France looked good in the dress, but that he preferred clothes of a more masculine style. France, seeing that England didn't like his clothes, told him that he had with him a tunic like the one he wore, but that he would use it if England didn't want it. Panicking, England changes his mind and says that he'll wear the tunic.
At this point, the narrator states that because of the Norman Conquest, fashions that started in France would make their way to England, such as the long tunics that were strongly opposed by intellectuals because of their feminine style. The fashion trends in the 1090s are then compared with the fashions of the 1990s, as well as their reactions to the fashions.
France is seen showing off his dress to Spain, who compliments him on his fashion. It then cuts away to Spain complimenting a rusty sword given to him by Romano.
Revenge of England's Fashion Fiasco
England is now shown having devised a system of tracking new fashion trends. He is seen in France, hiding between two buildings, anticipating new fashion trends to take back to his house to make them even better than France's. He leaps out of his hiding spot to start spying, but immediately runs into a man walking through the street. The man asks England if he's okay. Looking up, England is shocked by the large codpiece that the man is wearing.