Artisanal embroidery, beading and fur all made it onto the runway

Art, icons, films… Our favourite fashion designers can take inspiration from anywhere – including their kitchen as with a recent Moschino collection. However, these fashion designers took inspiration from their travels to create an array of fabulous pieces for fall/winter 2016

TOKYO, JAPAN

Pamella Roland

Roland took inspiration from the ‘futuristic skyline of Tokyo’ for her latest collection. Models hit the runway in architectural pieces made from shimmering sequins and chain mail-style beadwork.

Fashion Moment: Designer addicts will need to take a trip to the Ginza district where our favourite fashion brands nestle side by side. Though one of the most fun shopping experiences in the Harajuku district where you can snap up young Japanese fashion labels and spot the world-famous Harajuku girls in their quirky outfits.

@PamellaRoland
@Drawne2

NORWAY

Nicole Miller

Baby, it’s cold outside… Fashion designer Nicole Miller took inspiration from the land and folklore of Norway for her latest collection. Artisanal embroidery, beading and fur all made it onto the runway.

Fashion Moment: Oslo isn’t short of designer stores, but it’s the multibrand boutiques that we love. Take a peek at YME Universe that features contemporary labels, sought-after artists and boutique beauty brands.

@NicoleMillerNYC
@landscapesofNorway

PARIS

Tory Burch

Burch took inspiration from Parisian street style for her latest collection. A little French flair could be found among the equestrian details loved by Tory’s fans.

Fashion Moment: Paris is the epitome of chic. And there’s nothing so chic as a little piece of vintage. Finish your jet-set look with a trip to Le Monde Du Voyage in the Marche Serpette market. This boutique stall stocks an array of Hermes bags, rare Vuitton trunks and Goyard cases. If this doesn’t give you travel inspiration, nothing will.

@lesfacons
@wonguy974

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