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Didier Ludot stocks famous brands, such as Dior, Chanel and Hermès, and is popular for its collection of vintage clothing. This multi-brand fashion house can't be called affordable, but it's fun to hit the upscale shop once in a while and check out the trends and fashions spanning the decades. Find unique vintage pieces to make your wardrobe pop with originality.
Métal Flaque is a shop selling evening dresses and wedding gowns. You can expect to find evening dresses by designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Aminata Wilmont and Leila Hafzi; Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier and Ugo Zaldi, among others, can be relied on for magnificent wedding gowns. Métal Flaque also offers different kinds of designer accessories (purses, shoes, shawls and jewelry) to match your dress. The shop, located in the heart of Paris near the Louvre museum, recommends that you make an appointment in order to try on wedding gowns.
What started out in 1945 as a leather workshop by Camille Fournet is today a thriving namesake business. The brand are pioneers of exotic skin like alligator, lizard, python and ostrich, and are major suppliers to top watchmakers across the globe. Head to the Parisian boutique and browse through an irresistible array of watch straps, bags and accessories. Choose from original designs and versatile styles for the perfect combination of authenticity and functionality. And if you can't make up your mind, let the attentive staff help you out with a bespoke design.
Annette Girardon uses fine jewelry as a medium to best define Parisian sophistication. Her eponymous collection features timeless styles and inventive designs. The lovely store in the 1st Arrondissement is located within stumbling distance of Place Vendôme, a longtime source of inspiration for designers. One-of-a-kind creations of rings, bracelets and earrings have been favorites among the brand's international clientele. Having fostered relationships with local workshops, unrivaled quality is guaranteed. Each custom piece is etched with the designer's personality and retains its own character.
One of the most famous haute couture brands in the world, Chanel is also one of the oldest fashion houses (opened in 1909), known for the little black dress, the tweed suit, and Marilyn Monroe's favorite Chanel N°5 perfume. Under the direction of designer Karl Lagerfeld since 1984, the main boutique is located in the center of the high fashion district near Place Vendôme.
Anna Torfs, Claudio Tonelloare, Rosantica and Pierre-Louis Masca just some of the brands you will find at L'Eclaireur. This boutique is very close to Place des Victoires; so if you happen to come here for a day trip, stop by at this hip store and check out the colorful dresses and accessories. Even if you don't intend to buy anything, this elegant space, with its sophisticated apparel and accessories always makes for a visual treat.
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.
Chloe offers hip and happening creations by Phoebe Philo. Always in the limelight, this fashion house presents its own fashion shows as well as 'The Chloe Paris Fashion Week.' If you're tired of wearing clichéd and boring outfits and looking for a major change in your wardrobe, then this is just the place for you.
Roberta Oprandi and her husband Bruno Hadjaj are the creative forces behind Spree. This concept is a culmination of aesthetic and fashion sensibilities that have made an unique mark on the Parisian shopping scene. This boutique and art gallery is reminiscent of an art loft, replete with whitewashed facades and sketches on the walls. It showcases drawings and paintings by emerging and established contemporary artists. The minimal setting allows a focus on vintage and modern furniture and lamps. Trendsetting clothing for women include designs by the likes of Tsumori Chisato, Giorgio Brato, Bonamano & Ferrari, Giorgio Brato, Roberto Del Carlo.
A very feminine and fanciful Italian womens' wear in Paris. It is tailored to perfection and coupled with a friendly service. Moreover the accessories are matched to suit your style and taste. It's maximum satisfaction guaranteed with nil risk factors. Say oui to that.
The perfume is popular everywhere around the world. But here it's women's wear all glamorous and ultra-feminine. The designs range from the trendy to sleek, lending a charisma to the wearer that will assuredly set her apart in a crowd. The polite and helpful staff is ever ready to suggest some designs that are especially suited to your form and figure. Try out this boutique for a new wardrobe that is all set to wow the audience.
On the Champs-Élysées, this sumptuous boutique sells Guerlain's full range of perfume, make-up and Issima skincare products - many of which are only available at Guerlain's Paris stores. Luckily for France, Guerlain, a vinegar maker with a small side perfume business on the Rue de Rivoli, got his break from the Empress Eugénie, who commissioned the first Eau Impériale. You can still buy this perfume along with dozens of others in this quintessentially French store.