How to Tell Which Fashion Week City a Street Style Photo Is From

Well, it’s official: The four fashion weeks are over, and though we’ll have to wait until autumn to wear the trends from the runways, we have plenty of street style looks to pore over for spring wardrobe inspiration. While doing so, we realised that each city possesses a distinct essence individual to its location, so we thought it would be fun to break down what makes each fashion week location unique—and, furthermore, how you can get that look!

Scroll down to see what we mean!


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Who else but born-and-raised New Yorker Leandra Medine of Man Repeller would we pick as the beacon of style for the city that never sleeps?


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Uber if you will, but there's something about the yellow taxi cab we find just so perfect.

Three words: form meets function.

It-Brit Alexa Chung is a regular at all the fashion weeks, but her ultra-stylish presence is particularly noticeable in her homeland.

It wouldn't be London without a red phone booth!

Classic prints and silhouettes combined with quirky colour combinations and subtle nods to mod make London style an approachable art for all.

Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad makes Milan proud with all those straight-from-the-runway pieces she manages to score before the shows.

Milan's tram tracks are the perfect makeshift runways for street style stars alike.

Embellishments, embellishments, and more embellishments! Everything from beautifully beaded skirts to feathered dresses to sequinned bags in bright bold colours make this city perhaps the most distinguishable of the four.

Parisian Carine Roitfeld of CR Fashion Book is a household name by now. She's the epitome of the French-fashion-editor look.

Bonjour, Eiffel Tower!

Those French girls and their boyfriend blazers, worn-in T-shirts, and cropped flare jeans! 

Sacai Luck Pleated Poplin Shirt ($290)

Do you live in any of these cities? Which look is your favourite? Share all of your thoughts in the comments!