Top 10 Trendsetting Cities for Fashionistas

The world of fashion is versatile and ever-changing. We can’t predict runway looks or the craziness of some designers and trendsetters. What we can do is speculate, poke behind the ‘closed curtains’ of the fashion world, and wait for it all to drop on us. We might not know what is going to be ‘in’ but what we do know is where to find ‘it’: the fashion capitals of the world! What makes them the best? The offices of the top notch designers, hundreds of the most famous fashionistas and fabulous models, and the highest concentration of pure art.

Let us start with the one and only Milan. First and foremost: Milan might be what everyone thinks when they hear ‘fashion capital’ but this good faithful city is so much more! Starting mid 19th century Milan was already a trend-setter in Europe, drawing in famous designers and artists to the city. Major labels based out of Milan: Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Miu Miu, and Versace to name a few.

Paris was an inspiration behind so many wonderful art creations. The tenderness of the human soul reflected in delicate works we see on the runways – that is what Paris is about. Taking its fair place in the world as early as 15th century Paris became a true inspiration behind the crazies and the most popular pieces of clothing.

Londoners’ classy approach to life bled into their fashion scene and omg – what is fashion without London now? One look at the biggest UK trendsetter Kate Middleton can show us the depth of the artistry London has to offer. This fantastic city is home for so many greatest designers: Burberry, Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, and Alexander McQueen.

Finishing up with the big four fashion capitals of the world we introduce to you the one and only New York City! The very first NYC fashion week took place back in 1943 and yes, you guessed it: it was one of the major events in the city that year. Since then New York has been a mecca of world’s greatest trends. To this day an admission to the event is by invitation only.