If you're feeling inspired by the new catwalk collections, how about a holiday with the fashionista touch?
We've tracked down 10 of the best designer destinations from around the world.
Perfect 10 fashion getawaysFashion fans will be in heaven at Hotel Missoni (www.hotelmissoni.com/edinburgh) in Edinburgh's Old Town, where everything from the slippers to the sheets and the fragranced bath products have the seal of approval from creative director Rosita Missoni.
As well as the trademark zigzags popping up in the decor, you can eat Italian food on Missoni plates in the hotel's restaurant Cucina, and getting a glimpse into the designer's home as she's used some of her own personal favourite design pieces in the hotel. Prices start from £180. Keep an eye out for the new Kuwait Missoni hotel opening early next year, with Brazil and Oman set to follow.
If that's not enough to keep you going, head to the city's Punavuori, Kruunuhaka, Töölö and Kallio neighbourhoods for Vintage Babushka, Helsinki 10, Mekkomania, and Penny Lane Boutique. If you're looking for an equally stylish place to sleep, the new Hotel Fabian has loft-style rooms and is near the city's waterfront. Prices start from around £115.
There's 160 rooms and suites, eight restaurants (including the VIP Armani/Privé lounge), as well as a spa and (naturally) shops, all in the world's tallest building. Watch out for more Armani hotels planned in New York, Tokyo, Shanghai and London... Prices start from around £300 plus 20% tax.
With 10 rooms from designers including Fatima Lopes and Ana Salazar, the hotel is set right on the rocks at the edge of the ocean in a mansion dating back to 1890, they're also planning to open designer boutiques in the hotel soon. Rooms cost from around £90 per night. Do take a trip into Lisbon itself to check out MUDE, the museum of design and fashion as well.
Running to November, you can gaze longingly at everything from a yellow velvet ballgown to a Mary Quant mini and an Ossie Clark snakeskin maxi. Keep the style theme going by staying at the Fitzwilliam Hotel which is Northern Ireland's first design hotel (www.fitzwilliamhotelbelfast.com). Prices start from £105.
Needless to say, it doesn't come cheap at $20,000 – around £13,000 - per night, although you can stay in the same resort for an almost equally glamorous experience without the eye-watering bill. Virgin HIP Hotels (www.vhiphotels.co.uk) offers seven nights from £1,790 per person.
To put your own bling to shame, check out the Crystal Room, with the largest Baccarat chandelier in Europe, worth a whopping £1 million, then follow in the celebs' footsteps with a cocktail in the May Fair Bar. Prices start from £1,250 for the suite, and £250 for standard king superior rooms.
On the coast at Trancoso, north of Rio de Janeiro, there's nine casas using recycled material as well as a swimming pool created from thousands of green aventurine quartz. Steppes Travel (www.steppestravel.co.uk) offers three nights at Casa Uxua from £585 per person.
Just minutes down the road, is The Queensberry Hotel (www.thequeensberry.co.uk), there is a concierge to tip you off about some of the city's secrets as well as a bar designed by the team behind Jamie Oliver's restaurant Fifteen. Prices start from £125.
The Collections and Opera suits were inspired by the haute couture salons, mixing minimalist styling with jewels and mirrors. Prices start from around £575 per night.