• Galignani Paris (Books & Music, Bookstore)
  • Entering Galignani is like jumping back in time --- to 1801, to be exact, which is the year that Italian Giovanni Antonio Galignani left Venice for Paris to open a bookshop and reading room specializing in English books. With a strong legacy rooted in the printing and publishing business, Galignani has been in the family for six generations, and is practically a Parisian institution for both anglophones and French speakers alike. Galignani sits… More info
    224, rue de Rivoli, Paris, 75001
  • Arty dandy Paris (Accessories, Bags)
  • In 2009, the concept store Arty Dandy opened its doors in the trendy Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. Stocked with a unique and eclectic selection of hand-picked products from France and Europe, this shop is a niche where design, fashion, art and coolness collide. Being one of the first shops to stock up on Karl Who products and Waiting for the Sun eyewear, they clearly possess a natural instinct on all things fresh and forward. Its success… More info
    99, rue de Rivoli (Carrousel du Louvre), Paris, 75001
  • Le comptoir de la gastronomie Paris (Food, Gourmet Shop)
  • A strong passion for good food remains the foundation for the long-standing Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie. Once a part of the bustling 19th century Les Halles, the well-preserved interior retains the charm and style of a bygone era. The shop's rich history attracts visitors daily, but more appealing still are the carefully selected, high-quality products that line the shelves. Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie has everything from wine to mustard… More info
    34, rue Montmartre, Paris , 75001
  • E. dehillerin Paris (Home & Design, Kitchenware)
  • E. Dehillerin is a chef’s and amateur cook’s paradise. The store has existed since the early 1800s and is still managed by the same family. Copper pots and pans adorn the walls and shelves, while a huge assortment of knives, whisks, spatulas and other utensils line elongated tables that span the length of the store. Anyone from an experienced chef who wishes to delve into the history of French cuisine, to a Julia Childs follower can spend hours… More info
    18, rue Coquillière, Paris, 75001
  • Fifi chachnil Paris (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Lingerie is a luxury every woman ought to indulge in, and Fifi Chachnil is the perfect place to get started. In 1984, Chachnil worked on designing stage costumes and ready-to-wear garments under her surname. Composed of fantastical cowgirl suits and skating outfits for musicians and artists, the collection sparked various collaborations and earned her the support of the Parisian elite. In 1996 she decided to devote herself to lingerie, this time… More info
    231, rue St.-Honoré, Paris, 75001
  • Colette Paris (Accessories, Bags)
  • “Styledesignartfood.” This tagline may seem like a lot for one shop to handle, but after visiting Colette’s 700 square-meter store on rue Saint-Honoré, you will realize that combining all of these products, and more, is possible. From the creative window displays to the unique merchandise, this Parisian hotspot attracts both locals and tourists. The eclectic shop spans three levels, each tier uncovering exclusive products and special themed… More info
    213, rue Saint-Honoré, Paris, 75001
  • Maison francis kurkdjian Paris (Health & Beauty, Perfume)
  • Perfume is an intangible yet essential part of any outfit, a concept that French-Armenian perfumer Francis Kurkdjian understands all too well. It's no surprise that his brand Maison Francis Kurkdjian, launched in 2009, offers scents that go with anything from the most comfortable travel get-up to the poshest evening wear. After releasing Le Male for Jean Paul Gaultier at age 25, Kurkdjian went on to create fragrances for both prestigious (Armani… More info
    5, rue d´Alger, Paris, 75001
  • L'artisan parfumeur Paris (Health & Beauty, Perfume)
  • For those on the prowl for the quintessential Parisian scent, L'Artisan Parfumeur ranks high on the list of unique perfume houses in the capital. Created in 1976 by perfumer Jean Laporte, their fragrances revolve around nature and journeys, with a flair for merging the avant-garde and artisanal. Jean-Claude Ellena, Bertrand Duchaufour, Olivia Giacobetti, and Anne Flipo are just some of the innovative names in the industry who contribute to the… More info
    2, rue de l'Amiral de Coligny , Paris, 75001
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