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Enjoy a shopping spree in Paris Ile-de-France! Temptations are numerous, and if you don't want to get lost, you'd better know what you are looking for! Follow the guide!


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Alter Mundi Mode

The Mecca of fashion designers and trendy boutiques

Paris is definitely the city of ‘trendy’ fashion. Strolling the streets, you will discover fashionable boutiques but also designers creating original and stylish clothing as well as accessories.

Beginning in the Abbesses district, opt for high-end shopping at the Spree boutique, which offers items by young trendy designers (Preen, Christian Wijnants...) as well as well-established fashion brands (Comme des Garçons, Pierre Hardy...). In the same area, stop off at Séries Limitées, a shop 100% dedicated to women, which offers young designer brands in a rock and chic style.Creators Also discover Homies, a boutique that mostly sells vintage items, lots of colourful clothes, shoes or some unique items (a bit more pricey), as well as second-hand clothing revamped and customized by the staff at reasonable prices. A stone’s throw away, Emmanuelle Zysman will delight you with a wide choice of jewellery, as will the boutiques in the Rue Montmartre, or those of designers in the Rue des Gardes, in the Goutte-d’Or district.

Arriving in Pigalle, you will love the designs of Sakina M’sa, known for her work by aging and dying fabric, or the designer clothes and jewellery sold at Cancan. You can also visit Gals Rock, a boutique dedicated to women’s rock culture then the Pigalle shop selling streetwearclothing and designers’ brands, also well known for its accessories and trainers from Japan, Europe and America.

Then make a stop at Le 66 concept store on the Champs-Élysées to shop for items by Rudolf Dassler Shuhfabrik, Obey, Puma, Antik Batik or American retro.

MarantYou can then head to the Marais – a real Mecca of fashion design – where you will also find a wide selection of trendy products. At L’Éclaireur, stock up on jackets, dresses, jeans and chic trousers before shopping for branded products at Abou d’Abi Bazar or The Broken Arm. Make your way to Antik Batik, an ‘ethno-chic’ ready-to-wear boutique, then stop off at Vanessa Bruno and Merci, which sells designer fashion (Paul Smith, Jérôme Dreyfuss) or branded items by Prairies de Paris, Isabelle Marant or Barbara Bui. Its added value? The shop also sells clothing donated by celebrities! In Rue Etienne Marcel, you can also complete your wardrobe with stylish, chic and rock’n’roll clothes at the All Saints boutique, a bit pricey but of premium quality.

Near the Canal Saint-Martin, in addition to the A.P.C., Maje and Claudie Pierlot boutiques, you can also browse the aisles of Central Commercial. Created by the founders of Veja, this concept storeoffers Mimi leather bags, Repetto shoes, Maison Olga dresses as well as eco-friendly Veja trainers. Rue d’Hauteville, the After Work Shop boasts ready-to-wear fashion (La Petite Française, Stella Pardo...), items by young designers (Clémence Cabanes, Macon & Lesquoy) as well as accessories and leather goods at varied prices.

Near Richelieu-Drouot and the Grands Boulevards, you can explore the shops in the Passage Verdeau and the Passage des Panoramas, then, if you’re feeling peckish, go to Michalak Master Class, which hosts a pastry school, a production workshop as well as a shop.

Then take a stroll to the Louvre and stop at Colette, one of the most fashionable shops in the capital, which stocks various beauty products, perfumes and designer clothes and showcases all the latest trends.

Arriving at Bastille, have a look in Swildens or Isabel Marant, who creates ‘ethnic-inspired’ fashion items with a fantastic cut and eye for detail, then head to the multi-brand French Trotters shop, on Rue de Charonne, which imports brands such as Filippa K, Acne, Engineered Garments and whose collections are both chic and casual. You can end your stroll with a visit to the Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design, which gathers together brands, designers, creative industries, artisans and the general public.


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