A trip around the world cannot be complete without visiting some of the best-known fashion capitals. Whether you’re into clothes, accessories, shoes (or the complete trifecta), be sure to jot down these locations if you’re ever close-by, or planning a global trip.
A fairly obvious first choice since France is home to some of the oldest and most prestigious fashion labels in the entire world. Shop at the world famous Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores located in the bustling Boulevard Haussmann.
Don’t forget to check out Coco Chanel’s infamous apartment – if you can get in, (they are known to be highly exclusive). But if that’s not really your thing, head down to the south of France for some locally produced and manufactured espadrilles and knick-knacks made right in front if your eyes.
If vintage shopping is what you’re after, then Amsterdam will definitely deliver the goods. Home to a large variety of vintage boutiques, each product is specially sourced and of the highest standard and quality.
Episode is located in three central locations which boasts a large assortment of clothes and accessories.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Known worldwide for it’s duty-free shopping, Dubai is home to a number of large and low-scale boutiques where you’re bound to find a number of clothes and accessories.
The Dubai Mall caters to men, women and children and is open until 2am almost every single night.
New York City, United States of America
NYC is known for it’s consignment shops where you can easily trade in one of your designer items for cash, or even put it towards a new product from the store. While most of these stores sell online, the best way to catch a bargain (without paying added tax), is by purchasing in-store.
Ina in SoHo stocks a variety of vintage and classic bags which are often difficult to get your hands on.
Images via Alpha City Guides, Blackdreamer, Fashion Modern Idea, What You Could Do