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FrenchTrotters defines itself as a fashion, art, and lifestyle concept store. The two-story space features clothing and art from all over the world. In fact, the FrenchTrotters owners spend a significant amount of time globetrotting and seeking out international brands that are hard to find in Paris. They then bring it all back to their trendy Charonne boutique, where the hip, urban-themed styles mesh well with walls displaying graphic art. When the new goods come in each season, FrenchTrotters undergoes a complete conversion. Oftentimes, the boutique will even transform the second floor into a gallery for a local artist to display his or her work.
Bright colors and an ethnic twist are the tribal markings of the self-proclaimed "art tribu." Antoine and Lili stock saris made up into mini-dresses, quilted Mao jackets in denim or corduroy, and a collection of kitsch gifts from around the world: nylon shopping bags from Mexico, votive candles from Nepal or floral patterned suitcases. You can also enjoy afternoon tea post your shopping spree.
If you think that Hermès is just for clothes and accessories, then you might want to hold that thought. Besides scarves, ties, fine jewelry, and fragrances, Hermès has a separate section called Home Objects. You can find mugs, photo stands, blankets and many more things for your house here. You can also pick up printed beach towels and beach bags from the Beach Collection.
The Givenchy flagship store at the fashionable rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is one that meets all your clothing needs. From office wear and shoes to accessories, such as bags and sun glasses to cosmetics - anything that you can think of and associate with fashion is available at Givenchy's. Even if you want to learn about the latest trends, or buy some irresistible fragrances, then this boutique is for you.
Pret-a-porter is the style mantra in this boutique. And Yves Saint Laurent has a a whole new designer team to work on the fresh look for many seasons to come. This boutique is dedicated to women's fashion like no other. With the top trends in clothing coupled with fantastic fashion accessories, perfumes and the like, you will be pleasantly surprised to discover a newer you on leaving the store. Be prepared however, to be set back by a few euros at the least.
Fine footwear, trendy glares, classy handbags, and haute couture ready-to-wear creations - if you're looking for any of these, head to Christian Dior. Located at Avenue Montaigne, it is a shopaholic's haven. Just make sure you have enough money in your wallet, or else you'll have to leave empty-handed. This world famous brand now has chic stuff for home décor as well.
Since 1968, Alain Figaret has been known as a famous shirt maker. The colors, the style and the fabrics used are unique and of the finest quality. Besides shirts, it has a huge and classy collection of women's blouses and scarves. This shop is very expensive, but if you want to wear the trendiest stuff of the best quality, you have to pay the price!
A doting designer mom decided to name her fashion label after her two sons; that is how Paul & Joe was born. Situated on Avenue Montaigne, the high fashion street in the city's 8th arrondissement, Paul & Joe has lots to offer those looking for the hippest styles of the season. A store meant for the whole family, it carries some wonderful dresses, trousers, vests and sweaters, among other things.
Balenciaga is a fashion house where you'll find supremely trendy accessories with which to spice up your wardrobe. The apparel for men and women is also the very definition of chic. You can check out the bubble skirts or the skinny pants with military prints. The collection of handbags is definitely worth checking out.
Walk into Kenzo for an instant style fixture. Skirts, summer dresses, minis and hot pants complete with accessories await you here. The colors are youthful and bright, adding a charm to one's appearance. The outfits are affordable, so everyone can take home a piece of Kenzo.