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Old 09-09-2015, 09:59 PM
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Language Monitor released their 2015 Fashion Capitals list.

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Methodology: For this analysis, the Global Language Monitor used its proprietary Brand Affiliation Index (BAI), the same technology used to measure global brand equity for the Olympics, World Cup, the Fortune 500, and others. This exclusive, GLM longitudinal-study encompasses the prior three years to better assess short-term velocity and longer-term momentum. The study is a Big Data textual analysis based on billions of webpages, millions of blogs, the top 375,000 global print and electronic media, and new social media formats as they appear. This is the eleventh edition of the survey, which was first made public in 2007.
World's Top 25 Fashion Capitals:
  1. Paris
  2. New York City
  3. London
  4. Los Angeles
  5. Rome
  6. Milano
  7. Barcelona
  8. Berlin
  9. Madrid
  10. Tokyo
  11. Florence
  12. Hong Kong
  13. Sydney
  14. Singapore
  15. Shanghai
  16. Sau Paulo
  17. Dubai
  18. Rio de Janeiro
  19. Miami
  20. Dallas
  21. Monaco
  22. Moscow
  23. Amsterdam
  24. Boston
  25. Antwerpen
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:34 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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yep.. i wonder if Houston having a De Beers store had anything to do with the lack of a Harry Winston until now?
Maybe. Although Dallas had a De Beers for a while, but closed during the company restructuring a while back.
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:37 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Language Monitor released their 2015 Fashion Capitals list.



World's Top 25 Fashion Capitals:
  1. Paris
  2. New York City
  3. London
  4. Los Angeles
  5. Rome
  6. Milano
  7. Barcelona
  8. Berlin
  9. Madrid
  10. Tokyo
  11. Florence
  12. Hong Kong
  13. Sydney
  14. Singapore
  15. Shanghai
  16. Sau Paulo
  17. Dubai
  18. Rio de Janeiro
  19. Miami
  20. Dallas
  21. Monaco
  22. Moscow
  23. Amsterdam
  24. Boston
  25. Antwerpen
Nice Find. Both cities have done reasonably well in rising on the charts, Dallas at #20 (previously #21) & Houston at #30 (perviously #35). (Although not usually discussed, Austin sits at #45)
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Old 09-10-2015, 10:44 AM
 
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Nice Find. Both cities have done reasonably well in rising on the charts, Dallas at #20 (previously #21) & Houston at #30 (perviously #35). (Although not usually discussed, Austin sits at #45)
Why would Austin be anywhere on that list?

So many more metros have better shopping than Austin.
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Old 09-10-2015, 11:38 AM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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Interesting how Miami is 19 and Dallas is 20. People have made it out that Miami is so much more advanced than Dallas. Maybe this is a different type of ranking.
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:41 PM
 
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Northpark Center has Diptyque listed as coming soon.
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Old 09-14-2015, 11:19 PM
 
Location: C.R. K-T
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Why would Austin be anywhere on that list?

So many more metros have better shopping than Austin.
I think he was trying to find where the major TEXAS metros stood on the list. San Antonio was not listed, even though it is a slightly more populated metro area than Austin and slightly more important economically.
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Old 09-15-2015, 06:37 PM
 
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Interesting how Miami is 19 and Dallas is 20. People have made it out that Miami is so much more advanced than Dallas. Maybe this is a different type of ranking.


Miami has more luxury shopping destinations and quite a few more brands like lanvin Dsqaured Rick Owens Maison Margelia, Dior Homme, Chloe, Fendi longchamp, zadig & Voltaire Emilio Pucci Sergio Rossi dolce & gabbana Maje and givenchy and the list goes on. It is a little more advanced than Dallas especially when it comes to flagship stores Fashion shows and fashion designers etc. The Miami Design District is everything. Fashion & Luxury businesses in the Miami Design District. - Miami Design District. Then you have shops at Balharbour http://www.balharbourshops.com/shops/store-directory. You also while find that Miami supports several of the same stores.

In Dallas you find stores closing up shop like Max Mara Saks Barneys etc not the case for Miami more and more designers are opening than closing

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Old 09-15-2015, 07:10 PM
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Miami has more luxury shopping destinations and quite a few more brands like lanvin Dsqaured Rick Owens Maison Margelia, Dior Homme, Chloe, Fendi longchamp, zadig & Voltaire Emilio Pucci Sergio Rossi dolce & gabbana Maje and givenchy and the list goes on. It is a little more advanced than Dallas especially when it comes to flagship stores Fashion shows and fashion designers etc. The Miami Design District is everything. Fashion & Luxury businesses in the Miami Design District. - Miami Design District. Then you have shops at Balharbour Store Directory. You also while find that Miami supports several of the same stores.

In Dallas you find stores closing up shop like Max Mara Saks Barneys etc not the case for Miami more and more designers are opening than closing
Miami definitely has a fashionable following, but Dallas does have stores Miami does not have.

On the other hand, Dallas is home to three department stores:

- Neiman Marcus
- Stanley Korshak
- Forty Five Ten

I believe these give Dallas an edge.
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Old 09-15-2015, 08:59 PM
 
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Default River Oaks District

The new Christian Dior store in Houston is spectacular, opening in 2 weeks. It's near the stunning new Cartier show place at
River Oaks District.
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