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Submitted By: Nidhi Jain

London has long been the capital of the UK fashion industry and has a wide range of foreign designs which have integrated with modern British styles. Typical British design is smart but innovative yet recently has become more and more unconventional, fusing traditional styles with modern techniques. Vintage styles play an important role in the British fashion and styling industry. Stylists regularly 'mix and match' the old with the new, which gives British style that unique, bohemian aesthetic that many of the other fashion capitals try to imitate.

Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Bailey(Burberry), Alexander McQueen, Matthew Williamson John Galliano Paul Smith

The majority of American fashion houses are based in New York & in Los Angeles and some industries are in Miami, Chicago , Dallas, and especially San Francisco. It is dominated by a clean-cut, urban, casual style; reflecting the athletic, health-conscious lifestyles of American city-dwellers. fashion in the US is eclectic and predominantly informal. Americans' diverse cultural roots are reflected in their clothing, particularly those of recent immigrants, cowboy hats and boots and leather motorcycle jackets are emblematic of specifically American styles. with mass-marketed informal wear, blue jeans are U.S. culture's primary contribution to global fashion


Jacobs Vera Wang Oscar de la Renta Calvin Klein Kate Spade Ralph Lauren Donna Karan (DKNY) Anna Sui

Most French fashion houses are in Paris, which is the capital of French fashion. Traditionally, French fashion is chic and stylish, defined by its sophistication, cut, and smart accessories. Fashion has been an important industry and cultural export of France since the seventeenth century, and modern "haute couture" originated in Paris in the 1860s.

Cline Chanel Chloe Dior Givenchy Jean-Paul Gaultier

Balenciaga Herms Lanvin Rochas Vuitton Yves Saint Laurent

Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design.

Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soires held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence, the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world.





Laura Fendi

Armani Valentino Prada Dolce & Gabbana Ferragamo Roberto Cavalli



Bottega Veneta


is the center of fashion in Japan The Japanese look is defined by unstructured and loose fabric, the colors subtle allowing for use of richly textured material. Fashion styles include lolita, ganguro, gyaru fashion, visual kei, and cosplay. Other styles of dresses that are unique to Japan, includes Japanese school uniforms, office lady (OL) fashion, salary man style, traditional outfits like the kimono and yukata and others.

wear Yohji Yamamoto, (BAPE, Mastermind, BBC) Kenzo, jeans (Edwin, Evisu), Issey Miyake, lolita (Baby, The Stars Commes des Garcons Shine Bright), Kawakubo rocker styles (Hysteric Glamour) large fashion retailers (Beams, Uniqlo), exclusive high end fashion brands (Issey Miyake)