Last but not least in the Fashion Week schedule comes Paris. The city is home to some of the industry's most celebrated designers, not to mention the beautiful scenery, famous artwork and their unique cuisine. So where are the best places to sample such delights? Take a look below to find out.
Fashion Week Hotspots: Paris
If it's impeccable, French cuisine that you're after, 39V should be at the top of the to-do list. Frédéric Verdon, who trained with Alaine Ducasse, runs the super sleek, rooftop restaurant located just off the Champs-Elysées at 39 Avenue George V. This is elegant dining at it's best. Make a reservation and see the menu at 39V.
The Shangri-La was originally build as the home of Prince Roland Bonaparte - Napoleon Bonaparte's grandnephew - and it's perfectly positioned in the 16th arrondissement on the Right Bank of the city. With views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine, it's not surprising that the Shangri-La group chose to open it's first European hotel in Paris. Splash out on a suite and enjoy dinner on the balcony overlooking the spectacular garden. Find out more at Shangri-La.
If watching the latest trends on the catwalk isn't enough, buff up on the history of fashion at Les Arts Decorifs. Part one of the exhibition brought us up to the 1980s, but there's still time to see part two which focuses on the 90s to the present day. The likes of Martin Margiela, Issey Miyake and Vivienne Westwood feature in the museum. Find out more at Les Arts Decoratifs.
From light bites to wine tasting, Spring Paris is the perfect place to indulge in France's culinary delights. Fine wine is Spring's thing so stop by and sample a glass or two after a busy day at the shows. Find out more at Spring Paris.
Italian shoe designer, Sergio Rossi, unveiled his latest retail concept at the Paris store on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré this weekend. The fashion crowd are sure to be stopping by to stock up on some new pairs of stilettos. Start your window shopping now at Sergio Rossi.