Fashion District refers to an area, particularly a city where where fabric shops, designers, Clothing boutiques and usually modelling agencies are located. Example of Fashion District in the United States is Downtown, Los Angeles. In Paris, the Faubourg Saint-Honore district is the pulse of Paris design and fashion. Located between the Louvre and Opera, the Saint-Honore fashion district is occupied by classic designers like Versace, Hermes, and Yves Saint Laurent, but also houses avant-garde boutiques like Colette.

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