It's nearly impossible — not to mention highly subjective — to pick 10 places you have to visit in your lifetime, but if you're a fashion lover, here's a look at the heavy-hitting places to consider adding to your travel bucket list.
If only for Colette and L'Eclaireur, Paris is worth a trip. Of course, the city has so much more to offer including a slew of unforgettable museums like the recently re-opened Palais Galliera, which opened with an Alaia exhibit, and countless fashion/foodie favorites like Laduree.
You could spend your life in this ever-changing city and never get bored of all it has to offer. Shopping-wise, it's nearly impossible to compete. It's also home to some of the world's most famous museums, restaurants and fashion schools.
Fashion and shopping are a huge part of life in Hong Kong. In fact, it's the most popular pastime and with boutiques like Joyce and department stores like Lane Crawford, it's hard not to see the appeal.
The amount of shopping here — from Knightsbridge and Chelsea to the various markets and, of course, Dover Street Market — can be overwhelming, but it's well worth it, especially when you factor in the British capital's rich royal heritage, famed museums and beautiful cathedrals.
No city screams fashion consumerism — trend-obsessed Harajuku and all — as much as Tokyo.
Brazil is brimming with emerging designers and São Paulo is unquestionably at the forefront.
Considered to be China's fashion capital, look no further than Valentino's recent mega event for evidence of its industry importance.
One of the most free-spirited cities in the world, you'll find all the big name brands along with designs from some of the most promising young designers.