Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth may be much more low-key than its other northern Marais garment street counterparts, but interesting boutiques have been popping up along this stretch as of late. Case in point: Beaubien, the independent menswear store named after a Montreal subway station that opened its doors in April 2013. Owner Julien Bouzereau stays true to his purpose of introducing fresh and exciting brands to the Parisian male by filling his store with a handpicked selection of labels sourced from Japan, the US and Europe, with some making their debut in the French world of retail. The entire shop, with its Scandinavian-inspired interior, highlights Bouzereau's flair for picking out independent, simple and high quality threads that remain subtle yet undeniably chic. On beautiful copper racks hang staples from Andersen-Andersen, Battenwear, Peter Jensen, Libertine-Libertine, Dana Lee and the boutique's best-selling Norse Projects. You'll also find bags from Japanese brand Bag'n'Noun, Superga sneakers, Il Bussetto leather accessories, Timex watches and Ebbets Field Flannels caps.Show lessRead more

    21 rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth , Paris



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