Concept stores are aplenty in Paris, but L'Eclaireur had a head start on everyone else. It all started in a gallery basement along Champs Elysées in 1980, where Martine and Armand Hadida debuted beautifully-curated pieces by contemporary, fashion-forward labels and designers. Today, with five boutiques under their belt, L'Eclaireur continues to be a beacon of avant-garde and high-end fashion. Dries Van Noten, Maison Martin Margiela, Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, Junya Watanabe and Ann Demeulemeester grace their shelves alongside fragrances and a smattering of furniture and art objects. The stores themselves are stunning in design, architecture and location. Their Marais boutique is dominated by a towering wooden installation by conceptual artist Arne Quinze, while the Rue Mahler branch is housed in an ancient paintbrush workshop, and the Rue Hérold store used to be the stables of an 18th century mansion. It's no wonder that clients from here and abroad seek out the eclectic taste L'Eclaireur has to offer, where one's shopping experience is fueled by inspiration, seduction and the delightful prospect of taking risks.Show lessRead more

    40, Rue de Sévigné , Paris


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