1. CHAMPS ELYSSES (PARIS, FRANCE) – When I think of Paris, the first thing that comes to mind is fashion. The chick, elegance and pretentious Parisian type.  In that light, Paris is like a woman dressed in “haute couture”. That same unique style can be felt on Champs-Elysses, the most expensive street in Paris. This street is 2 km long and often crowded with tourists and bordered with trees, monuments, expensive shops and restaurants. Here you can see very interesting store Abercrombie and Fitch. The amazing garden and gravel pathways lead to massive doors with beautiful murals, and it is definitely the best Abercrombie and Fitch store you will ever visit. The posh Hermes store on three levels and beautiful rooftop is the ultimate shopping experience and probably the most expensive shop in the world. LV store with the everyday line in front is actually a shop heaven for every women in the world. The line is very long and for some reason they allow Asians to buy only one item.

If you want to have the full Parisian shopping experience, use the shopping maps on the plethora of Paris travel guides. Also, if you need a break, here you can enjoy the most adorable macarons made by Laduree, beautiful place in the very heart of Champs-Elysses. You don't realize how much you love macarons until you try them at Laduree. And one advice, don't forget your budget because Champs-Elysses is the place where only sky is the limit.

2. FIFTH AVENUE (NEW YORK, USA) – My favorite street in the world! I was completely in love with NYC since I first saw it. This street is the center of the world. In 2008, Fifth Avenue was ranked as the most expensive street in the world. NYC shopping is an entirely different experience than shopping in any other city. Located in the center of Manhattan, the best of Fifth Avenue shopping takes place between 39th and 60th Street at NYC flagship stores. The most shiny and sparkly Tiffany store in the world, a beautiful 6 level building with one floor only for diamonds. Other include the golden Trump Tower, Prada, LV, Gucci, Versace, Fendi, Bulgari, Armani... Department stores Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys, Bloomingdale's are places with the a wide range luxury items.

Every store is a little piece of heaven and if you want to enjoy it, you need at least an entire day. If you come during Christmas time, you will enjoy a real shopping fairytale. On the corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park is located a real treasure for Apple tech lovers. For me, that was the real city center. It is a playground for society's richest, most stylish and powerful people in the world. I can't wait to win the lottery and come back here to spend all of my winnings. https://visit5thavenue.com/

 

3. RODEO DRIVE (LOS ANGELES, USA) – Welcome to shoppers paradise! When I saw this street, my dream came true because this street was always a symbol for super exclusive shopping, movie stars and Beverly Hills. Of course, Julia Roberts too! Rodeo Drive is not that long, but it has endless amounts of sunshine, flowers and rich people, making you feel like you just jumped into a Hollywood movie. It is one of the world’s most fashionable streets to shop with many exclusive stores and beautiful hotel Beverly Wilshire, A four Seasons Hotel.

My favorite place is at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way, a beautiful shopping center named Two Rodeo. A photo here is a must! Armani, Bulgari, Cartier, Chanel, Dior, D&G, Fendi, Gucci, LV, Prada, Tiffany, Valentino, Versace, YSL… Shop till you drop! Perfect destination for socialites, celebrities and the international jet set. https://rodeodrive-bh.com/

4. (LONDON, UK) – If you want to experience luxury shopping in London, Bond Street is your destination. New Bond Street has been named the most expensive shopping street for retail rent in Europe and the third most expensive in the world. Exclusive brands, super expensive jewels and designer fashion make this Mayfair street one of the most exclusive in the world. You can spend one entire shopping day here and not get bored. Just remember Dior's largest store in Europe is right here. This street offers you all exclusive brands you can imagine, especially for those with expensive and extravagant tastes.  You name it and they will have it! If you want to feel like a VIP, just step into any of the stores. Perfect place for expensive window shopping too.  https://www.bondstreet.co.uk/

5. GALERY VITTORIO EMANUEL (MILAN, ITALY) – Even this is not an actual street, but it deserves to be in this article. This is actually a beautiful iron-and-glass passage located in the very center and main meeting point of Milan, Piazza Duomo, next to the famous Cathedral. Wonderful collection of luxury goods shops, bars and restaurants, all in one place.  The octagonal area in the center of the gallery, is also a venue for small artistic performances. In 2006, the first European 7 star hotel, named TownHouse Galleria opened in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. A personal butler and tickets for La Scala in Milan are included. If Milan is a fashion city, this passage is its heart. Perfect mix of traditional elegance and modern luxury. This is must see when in Milan.