8 Style Lessons From The Best-Dressed Woman In France

1. Create visual interest by playing with texture.               

2. The back of your outfit is just as important as the front.

3. If you’re wearing a great coat, it doesn’t matter what is underneath.

 4. Don’t be afraid to go bright when everyone else is dressed in black.

 5. When in doubt, match your shoes to your lipstick.

6. Style is about function, too. (You need a place to stash chocolate, even in a ball gown).

7. Figure out which color looks best on your complexion.

8. Get on the best-dressed list by choosing classic garments and fashion-forward accessories.

12 Most Fashionable Cities

1 Los Angeles, California

With its entertainment industry and out-of-towners the large city maintains fashion pockets where locals frequent small boutiques specializing in steet-wear or upscale couture. The sunshine also lends to it’s easy style.

2 New York City, New York

Not only is NYC a Fashion Capitol but it’s the first city to begin the ‘Fashion Week’ tradition in 1943. Anybody who’s anybody in the fashion industry visits NYC! It’s shopping heaven with Fifth Avenue for luxury, the Lower East Side for insider boutiques and gentrified Brooklyn for affordable vintage. Nothing’s better!

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3 Singapore

The City of Light, Singapore is not only known for it’s modern architecture but fashionistas too! If you watch the new James Bond 007 movie, you will get the idea.


4 Madrid, Spain

People in Madrid like to stroll, often just for the sake of strolling. It’s the best place for people watching. The capital also shows off historic architecture and the city hosts its own Fashion Week, featuring designers like Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

5  Tokyo, Japan

The fashion designers who emerged out of Japan in the 1980s includes Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubu, Issey Miyake and Yoji Yamamoto. They put Tokyo on the fashion map. Although today, it’s the city’s street fashion that’s truly influential!

6 Berlin:

Berlin is the “go to” city for artists of all types and so you’ll find the most interesting shops and refreshing takes on fashion and the avant garde.

7 Rome, Italy

Rome’s dramatic architecture ranges from medieval to baroque to neoclassic and the city’s cinematic history (think director, Federico Fellini) all continue to influence its fashion.

 8 Paris

One of many things about women in Paris is how they seem to look so chic without a stitch of make-up! It’s effortless styling that’s uniquely Parisian! Fashion Week there is twice a year and is one of the big city four: NYC, Paris, London and Milan

9 Amsterdam

There’s so much to see in this wondrous city like the waterways and bicycle riders that intertwine it, but the most fun is people watching the cities’ eclectic fashionistas.

10 Milano

If you’re visiting during Milan’s fashion week, which is held in the fall and spring, you’ll be pleasantly inspired by just what you’ll find on the street! Also think: Roberto Cavalli, Donatella Versace and Moschino!

11 Barcelona, Spain

With the quirky architecture of Antonio Gaudi gracing the city, the Catalonians have a flavorful sense of style and are a mix of old-world design and modern fashion.

 12 London

Everywhere you go in London, it’s like a fashion show on the streets! London has birthed some major fashion heavies: Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Gareth Pugh and Christopher Kane.