Where To Go Shopping In Paris

Where To Go Shopping In Paris

 

Paris's shopping scene is a pretty sophisticated one, equipping its residents with top of line designer clothing, accessories, and footwear. But this isn't all it offers. In fact, the French capital has a fairly vast range of boutiques, vintage stores, and artisan designers, appealing to any taste. All you have to do is take a look below and you'll see what we're talking about. With shops dotted around the many districts of the city, save yourself some time and plan your route, or find out which stores are in your area. We have created a list of our favorite ones, including design, book and shoe shops, as well as the many clothing stockists. 

 

  1. Ateliers Auguste

    Good design, functionality and the desire to encourage local artisanship seems to be the winning formula behind the smartly crafted men's bags and accessories by Ateliers Auguste. Named after a metro station, brothers Laurent and…

    8 rue de Turenne, 75004 Paris

  2. Colonel

    Tucked in a quiet street corner in the 10th arrondissement, the friendly blue exterior of Colonel invitingly opens up to a beautiful showroom/studio filled with beautiful furniture and homeware created by founders Isabelle Gilles…

    14, avenue Richerand, 75010 Paris

  3. Empreintes

    In a light-filled, three-storey building in Haut-Marais is France’s first craft concept store Empreintes, which opened its doors in 2016 to celebrate and promote the works of fine craft professionals cooperative Ateliers d’Art de…

    5 rue de Picardie, 75003 Paris

  4. Archive 1820

    Located in the heart of the Marais, Archive 1820 houses an impeccably curated selection of men’s clothes and design objects in a sprawling 400 square-meter space. Séverine Lahyani, founder of the menswear brand Ly Adams, not only…

    20 Rue des Archives, 75004 Paris

  5. Sept Cinq

    If you’re hunting for something quintessentially Parisian, look no further than Sept Cinq, a concept store named after the first two digits of the city’s famed postal code (75). Founders Audrey and Lorna, who met as business…

    26 rue Berger, 75001 Paris

  6. Balibaris

    Men who are fans of simple, trendy, and casual chic outfits should have Balibaris on their radar. The men's clothing line was conceived by Paul Szczerba, who dreamed of a timeless wardrobe that would be suitable for both work and…

    14, rue de Marseille, 75010 Paris

  7. Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse

    Celebrated chef Alain Ducasse is known worldwide for his many gastronomic achievements, and La Manufacture de Chocolat is yet another one of his dreams realized. His interest in chocolate dates back to the 70's when he worked for…

    40, rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris

  8. Sens Unique

    Choosing a perfume that best suits you is a tough business to go at alone but, when in Paris, you needn't go too far for some personalized counsel. At Sens Unique, choosing a scent no longer involves the current trend of…

    13 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris

  9. Bicycle Store

    Bicycle Store has been a fixture in the Marais district since May 2008, when Cyril Saulnier and brothers Alexandre and Simon Ballard opened the shop that would ultimately draw urban cyclists and bicycle aficionados to its doors…

    17, Boulevard du Temple, 75003 Paris

  10. Galignani

    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…

    224, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris