The five cities of Fashion par excellence
If you are a “shopping addict” like me, in every trip you make you will leave a gap to discover the most characteristic shops of each place.
No matter how we are in India, where the richness of their fabrics and their colors are spectacular, with their necklaces of precious stones made by artisans. Each place hides a special secret in which to invest.
But if it is fashionable, there are cities that completely fall in love. They are the capitals of design, of trends, of big names in fashion.
Do you want to go for them? In order, according to research published by the Global Language Monitor, the most fashionable cities of the moment are:
The Big Apple eats Paris with only 5% difference as the Capital par excellence of fashion. Not to be outdone: Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Vera Wang or Calvin Klein are just some of the myths that elevate fashion heaven to the millions of visitors strolling down 5th avenue in Manhattan.
The capital of Haute Couture is less than two hours from Madrid in flight. The Galeries Lafayette is one of the mythical stores of the city, and walking along the Rue de Rivoli or the Avenue Montaigne is mandatory to find the trends of the season. Undoubtedly, the French will always be the first in elegance that we cannot deny.
If we talk about trends, the English capital is the greatest creator, especially as far as street style is concerned. A must visit Camden, Portobello and others of the many flea markets that flood the city. In it live the new with the classic in perfect harmony.
Its privileged position is due to the continuous red carpets that take place in the Mecca of the cinema. It has a mixture of glamor and cult to the body next to eternal beaches and perpetual sun. Is not it worth a visit?
Finally, it is Spain. The residence in Zaragoza makes me have the privilege of visiting in a short time both the capital of Spain and the “other” capital: Barcelona.
It is not surprising that he is in this position of fashion cities, since it brings together major trade fairs such as 80s Barcelona Fashion and areas such as El Born with new design promises worth knowing. The Passeig de Gràcia is the paradise of luxury, and the big chains fight to have a place in it. We have it close, so a visit from time to time will catch up on trends.
They continue in the list in this order: Rome, Berlin, Antwerp, Sydney, Shanghai, Tokyo, Milan, and a few more.
Without a doubt, each and every one of them has a shopping route or some mythical department stores, but the most fun is to get lost in its streets and discover small shops with charm.