If you can tell your Lagerfeld from your Louboutins, follow all the biggest and best fashion bloggers on Twitter and can put together an amazing OOTD, or outfit of the day in just a few minutes then this trip is for you. These respective cities are famous not just for their art, culture, and histories but of course their sartorial claims to fame.
It doesn’t matter if you’re single, married or coupled up you’ll still find Paris undeniably romantic. Known as the city of lights; the French capital has gorgeous architecture, impossibly charming restaurants and of course some truly beautiful boutiques.
Parisian fashion is very stylish, all about stripes, wide pants and cute, practical flats as those cobbles can wreak havoc on your heels. Wear a pair of black sunglasses, a button down cream trench coat and carry a plain tote bag and you’ll fit right in.
Of course, Paris is much more than just boutiques, bonbons and berets so make sure you make time for a trip to the Eiffel Tower, the steps might be steep but once you get to the top the spectacular view will be worth it.
Held twice a year London Fashion Week means pop-up shops, sold out shows and elegant after parties that are attended by some of most knowledgeable names in fashion. Previous week’s have been sponsored by Toni and Guy and Mercedes-Benz and the capital was also the birthplace of the online show, where in September 2010, designers decided to broadcast their collections on the internet for the first time. The venue for this incredible event is the historical Somerset House, overlooking the iconic River Thames and built in the neoclassical style.
Do try to tear yourself away from watching supermodels in skyscraper heels, and quit worrying if fashion guru and Vogue Editor In Chief Anna Wintour has arrived as she hasn’t. Outside the marquee, you’ll find a city that’s just waiting to be explored, from the world famous Buckingham Palace to the pod filled London Eye and the imposing spires of Westminster Abbey.
New York, America
New York, New York so good they named it twice, the city that never sleeps, simply Manhattan whatever you want to call it it’s fun, fast and very, very crowded. It’s no coincidence that Sex And The City’s Carrie Bradshaw lived in a location that pretty much breathes fashion.
There are the famous department stores of Saks Avenue, Bloomingdales and the makeup mecca that’s Sephora, not too mention the ready to wear racks at Barneys that stock Valentino, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga.
If you need any advice on travelling to the Big Apple head to https://www.official-esta.com to see what documents you require. When it comes to fashion in New York pretty much anything goes, including designer threads, hipster t-shirts and Japanese style skirts.
Many a fashion show, benefit, and awards evening have been held at MOMA, or the Museum Of Modern Art, while America’s infamous 102 story skyscraper the Empire State Building has been watching over the city for over seventy years.