Pack your best outfits, don’t forget the all-important accessories and book your ticket to these six fashion destinations.
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Known as Belgium’s ‘Capital of Cool’, Antwerp is one of Europe’s most fashion-forward cities. It started with the famous ‘Antwerp six’ group of designers in the 1980s and now the fashion district is packed with luxury, avant-garde and vintage boutiques.
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Milan becomes the centre of the fashion world twice a year when it plays host to one of the world’s big four fashion weeks. However, outside of those times you can still explore the Italian fashion capital’s Quadrilatero d’Oro (the golden rectangle) – a shopping area filled with luxury boutiques and workshops.
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Obsessed with street style? Book a ticket to Tokyo and head to the famous Harajuku area known for colourful street wear, quirky boutiques and serious cosplay shops. Take a walk down the more traditional Omotesando Avenue, if that’s more your style.
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New York, USA
It’s hard to go past New York for is fashion kudos. Not only do Fashion Week and The Met Gala draw serious crowds, but it’s the location of so many unforgettable movies and series’ – hello, 17 seasons of Project Runway – plus there is a thriving design industry as well.
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From the ground-breaking cabaret scene in the 1930s to the heyday of punk subculture in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, Berlin has always been ahead of its time. Now the German capital is filled with sophisticated minimalist designers and alternative concept stores, all vying for their place within the thriving creative scene.
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