Moving up 11 spots from last year, Madrid just makes the top ten list, taking spot number 10.
Right after Marid, comes another Spanish city: Barcelona in spot number 9 for fashion.
The first of three U.S. cities on the list is Miami, Florida. Miami moved up five spots from last year.
Shifting up two spots from last year in the fashion world, Sydney, Australia makes number seven in 2010.
A place for Italy, of course, is reserved on the top ten list for fashion capitals. Milan, though down five spots from last year, still holds onto sixth place.
Home to many of the world's designer-wearing celebrities Los Angeles, California, takes the fifth spot in fashion.
Paris, though down one notch from last year, holds number four on the top fashion capitals of the world in 2010.
London takes spot number three for 2010, moving up two places from last year.
Fashion from the Far East holds the second spot in the world, with Hong Kong, up five slots from least year.
And, finally, regaining its long-held title as the number-one fashion capital of the world is New York City.
Reclaiming its status as the fashion capital of the world, a title it had held for five years before falling off in 2009, New York City is again the fashion capital of the world. Here's a look at the top ten, according to the Global Language Monitor annual ranking.