Originally Posted by Tomasso
The casualness of dress that has permeated America has taken root in every other country in the world as well. There is no sartorial "shining city on a hill". That said, the Upper East Side of Manhattan is Mecca.
I'd imagine the Parc Monceau (or much of the southern 17th arrondissement) on a weekday afternoon, the banks of the Alster and certain parts of Rome, Vienna and many other cities are shining satellite Medinas, then?