Fashionistas, designers, and style icons will travel across the world this fall to see and be seen at Fashion Week. To give you some idea of where to stay in style, trivago.com has the inside scoop on five trend-setting design hotels that are making waves in the world's most fashionable cities.
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Jacques Garcia used lush bohemian materials and unique French accents to restore the 20th century Beaux-Arts building to epicurean heights with The NoMad Hotel. After the runway, walk next door to splurge on an exquisite $198 reserve cocktail at the hotel's The NoMad Bar.
Kit Kemp's bold fabrics and mix-matched patterns are a colorful and homey homage to modern English style with African accents thrown in for contrast. Original British art can be found throughout the Knightsbridge, and art lovers will swoon over the Carol Sinclair sculpture rising from the floor.
STRAF - Milan
Fashion Week: Sept. 23-29
Milan minimalism and Italian glass artistry are an integral combination in the STRAF, which was conceived as a large scale art installation. Stay in the 6th floor Executive Room for a private terrace overlooking the Duomo Cathedral.
An urban sanctuary for partying locals and Fashion Week devotees alike, this former warehouse is the perfect way to experience the casually beachy (and absolutely sexy) vibe of Sydney Fashion Week. With minimalistic Japanese accents and muted earth tones, rooms at the Establishment follow either a "light" or "dark" color palette, but all include drenching rain showers and Bulgari toiletries.
A former textiles factory, the Hôtel Fabric was redesigned by Agnès Louboutin and Patrice Henry and the 19th century decorations were sourced at nearby Popincourt Flea Market.