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5 Things To Know about the Capital Of Fashion

5 Things To Know about the Capital Of Fashion

Have you ever you thought about taking a trip to the Captial Of Fashion? Here are 5 things to know about The Fashion Capital before hoping on the plane to France!

1. It all began with a king!

In the 16th century France was ran under the King Louis XIV who changed the entire fashion industry and had no idea he would have the biggest impact in todays’ fashion world. It all began when he believed that he and his royal subjects needed to look their best as image was everything showed status of the elite. In order to do so he had some of the finest tailers move into the Palace of Versaille where he resided as he ran an entire country from a very young age but before Paris was considered the capital of fashion, that title belong to Madrid but as time went by was able to snatch that title and change the enter game of fashion.  King Louis XIV had created the trend of Haute Couture that is very popular and sought after today and  the biggest names in history help promote the status they carry and promote the brand since that requires a 1 of 1 peice to be created giving the item a very expensive price tag.

5 Things To Know about the Capital Of Fashion

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 2. The magical Avenue des Champs-Elysées

Paris is not named the capital of fashion for no reason, with a street that is nearly 2 kilometers long and about 70 meters wide full of luxury stores, high end hotels, and being cosnsidered the most visited street in all of Paris it certainly deserves that title. Over time this street that was once open feilds now is a home to the most 5-star hotels in all of Paris giving you a very access to all the beautiful luxurious stores that all of Paris has to offer. Some of the breath taking designer boutiques that make up 1.9 kilometers of fun include CHANEL, GUCCI, LOUIS VUITTON, and many more. But do not worry about what to do once the sun sets, this street also hold some of the hottest night clubs in Paris you could ever dream of. So after a long day of shopping and enjoying all the champagne that will be served you will be able to throw on a sexy pair of Louboutins with the signature red bottom and be ready for a night out that will forever be magical.

Avenue des Champs-Elysées

3. The Mother Of All Musuems 

The Lourve is the biggest museum in thr world housing over 30,000 pieces of art work from all over the world from all time periods. It may contain over 30,000 but its most saught after piece of work that is on display is the Mona Lisa which was painted by the one and only Leonardo Da Vinci who was actually an Italian Renassiance. But that is not the only thing that this museum is known for, it also gets more visiters than the effiel tour which is a free tourst attraction in France. Even though you might have to pay a small fee to get admission into this gorgous musuem it certaintly is worth it especially after Beyonce a Queen of R&B and her husband Jay Z rented out the entire Museum for their APE SHIT music video brining in more attention that ever. This Musuem had under gone construction in 1546 under the King Francis I on the sight that served as fortress in since the 12th century that had been built by King Philip II.

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4. The Militaries fashion 

During the 17th century the Frencb adapted a change of clothing for thier miltary to ensure that the distingushin between the ground miltary to the space and air miltary. This was occuring under King Louis XIV, also known was the Sun King,  he has inteded for the army that represented France to be dressed into grey-white coats with coloured lining to seperate the miltary into groups. The French also created the iconic camoflauge that has been adapted by the miltary all over the world and a pattern that is very common in todays’ society. Not only has this pattern changed the world in many ways but also many celebrities all vover the world, some with the biggest names in history, have worn the pattern and used it as a sexy outfit during a night out. But celebrities are not the only ones who have endorsed the camoflauge patter, young boys and men all over the world turn to this pattern as a masculine and manily color scheme that demonstates a sense of power or masculine as it was once worn by tought men who fought to defend their country.

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5. Dogs Over Children

 The Parisans might have created the Capital of Fashion but also have been known to have more dogs in the entire country of France than there are children. The phrase a dog is mans best friend really does apply here as many do prefer to have a pet dog. The country alone spends nearly half a milliondollars to ensure that their 4 pawed friends are being taken care of but that does not mean that they do not assist families with children as health care and education is at a reduced cost or nearly free allowing the country to have additonal funds to take care of dogs. So it would be no surprise to see many dog spaws filled with all types of pooches living their best lives. The capital of Fashion is so much more than just a city that is based on luxury hand mande goods but rather a city that has flavour all over giving a romatic atomosphere that attracts people from all over the globe to travel to Paris.

So the question is who will you be taking a flight to the captial of Fashion with t0 experience all the magical things that Paris has to offer? Make sure to comment and let your friends know all that Paris is just more than shoes and clothes!