• Fifi chachnil Paris
  • 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
  • The collection Paris
  • With a passion for craft, design and everything in between, Englishwoman Allison Grant opened The Collection in Paris' animated Marais area. Since 2003, it has brought together products by both well-known and up-and-coming European designers under one roof. Firmly believing that the home should be filled with things that influence how one feels, The Collection showcases thoughtfully curated furniture, lamps, light fixtures, lush textiles, kitchen… More info
    33, Rue de Poitou, Paris, 75003
  • Bonastre Paris
  • When Fernando Bonastre's search for the perfect laptop bag ended in vain, he took matters into his own hands and created one himself - a decision that led to the eponymous luxury line of leather bags and accessories that merges contemporary form and traditional craftsmanship. The Spanish-born, Parisian-by-heart designer, who formerly worked for Lacroix Haute Couture, founded Bonastre in January 2011. The brand uses vegetable tanned leather that… More info
    1 rue de Saintonge, Paris, 75003
  • Le rocketship Paris
  • Paris' South Pigalle, affectionately called SoPi, has been edging out of its red-light district reputation towards a cleaner, more wholesome image thanks to the trendy cafés, restaurants and concept stores that have been popping up of late. High on the list of shops to visit in the area is Le Rocketship, a boutique-café run by Benoit Touche since 2011. Touche, who left his 9-to-5 marketing job to fulfill his creative and entrepreneurial calling… More info
    13 bis rue Henry Monnier, Paris, 75009
  • Nouvelle affaire Paris
  • Nouvelle Affaire's Pascal Humbert and Catherine Traoré's collaboration started in 2009, designing staff uniforms that would merge seamlessly into the interiors of Philippe Starck's Los Angeles hotel SLS. In 2011, a boutique followed to accommodate the duo's budding clothing line. Surrounded by art galleries in the Marais' Rue Debelleyme, Nouvelle Affaire couldn't have chosen a better spot to call home. Akin to an experimental laboratory where art… More info
    5 Rue Debelleyme, Paris, 75003
  • Blou Paris
  • Be ready for the overwhelming re-decorating inspiration that will hit you once you pay Blou a visit. In the mostly-residential Batignolles neighborhood on the outskirts of the 17th arrondissement, two Blou boutiques, situated just a few steps away from each other on Rue Legendre, display a selection of owners Julien and Nicolas' discerning taste in furniture, interior decoration, design objects and contemporary art. They founded Blou in 2010… More info
    75 rue Legendre, Paris, 75017
  • Monsieur lacenaire Paris
  • When a men's clothing line is inspired by Pierre-François Lacenaire, a French bourgeois poet slash criminal of the 19th century, you know the collection is bound to be playful, witty and refined, with just a hint of danger in it. Monsieur Lacenaire lives up to those expectations. Fueled by her fascination for knits and backed by her work experience with Hermès and Kenzo, designer Garance Broca launched Monsieur Lacenaire in 2011 with a modest… More info
    57, rue charlot, Paris, 75003
  • Les petits bla-blas Paris
  • Have a soft spot for all things cute and colorful? Make a beeline for Les Petits Bla-Blas, a tiny shop filled with treasures for children and the young-at-heart. Pascaline Delcourt designs and creates the whimsical clothing and accessory line dedicated to babies, toddlers and children up to age six, all proudly made in France. The brand, which started in 2004, finally opened its proper boutique-atelier in 2009, a few blocks away from République… More info
    7, Rue de Crussol, Paris, 75011
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