Fashion is one of the best ways to take a look into the different cultures and peoples around the world. Not only is it a historical account of class, religion, and art, but it’s also a great way to engage in fine art in a more detailed way. If you love fashion, and want to travel to some of the top destinations for fashion inspiration, you’ve come to the right place.

The first, and maybe most obvious place you should travel if you love fashion and it’s historical accounts is Paris,France. This is a great way to engage in the livelihood of the people there, and it also gives you a great historical record of fashion of the times. If you’re looking to learn more and see amazing pieces, there are tons of historical fashion exhibits that you can attend to get a better idea of what the pieces and materials they used. This is a great way to get a closer look at the life of fashion in Paris, and can give you your own inspiration and more when it comes to approaching your own pieces.

The next place you should consider travelling to be inspired by the landscape of fashion is India. While this may not be on the top of some people’s list, the colours and craftsmanship of Indian work on clothing is altogether different than other places. It involved hard work and skill to make some of their pieces, and it can make a huge difference on your perception of how you approach your own pieces.

Another great place to travel to understand different cultural fashions is Tokyo, Japan. Japan has unique and sprawling subcultures that are much more defined than here in America. Understanding the cultural influences on these subcultures, as well as the popular looks is a great way to gage upcoming trends in fashion.

If you’re looking to make a statement on your trip with your own pieces, shop the most fashionable place there is: Saks Fifth Avenue. They have everything from the top designers of the season and it’s a great place to shop for amazing prices on impressive pieces.

Carol KayeTravel Tipstravelling for fashion
Fashion is one of the best ways to take a look into the different cultures and peoples around the world. Not only is it a historical account of class, religion, and art, but it’s also a great way to engage in fine art in a more detailed way. If...