With the change of seasons, we need new inspiration for our own style. What could be a better one than the great fashion weeks throughout the world? These weeklong events are annual and always set the fashion crazes for the upcoming couple of seasons. Everyone wants a modern look and a style that not only catches the eye, but also represents themselves in a perfect way. The best path to success for these goals is to be informed.
The Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Weeks
A trip to Milan in September will be an unforgettable experience because of the Milan fashion week. It is one of the biggest catwalk gatherings and shows. Visited by thousands of people from all over the world, the Milan fashion week shows class and style every year. In 2013, the Fall/Winter event will be between the dates 18th and 24th September and will host some of the biggest names in the business.
Just like in Milan, in September we’re all expecting three other popular and annual fashion events. The New York fashion week for Spring 2014, which will happen between 5th and 12th of the month, will bring style to the Big Apple as usual. London fashion week follows shortly from 13th to 17th and the Paris’ prêt-à-porter fashion week closes the year between 24th September and 2nd October 2013.
It’s Definitely Worth It!
During these events, bands of the highest levels in fashion will present their new styles. DKNY, Lacoste and Marc Jacobs (NY), Mulberry, Tom Ford and Rag & Bone (London), Gianfranco Ferré and Giorgio Armani (Milano) and Nina Ricci, Christian Dior and Yohji Yamamoto (Paris). All these names just scream ‘take a trip to Milan, Paris, London and/or New York!’ and if you’ve got the chance, it’s definitely going to be worth it.
However, it’s not only inspiration that can be found visiting one of these worldwide fashion events. You can also find contacts as many of the fashion gurus and stars go to at least one of the fashion weeks. Introducing yourself to any one of them can boost your career no matter if it’s blogging, designing or modelling.
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