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What's new :
- House of 3 Brothers - Pastry shop
After firmly establishing its roots in fashion, the normcore trend is now infiltrating the world of baked goods.
This spirit can be found in the authentic but modern cakes by Mirko Schmitt, the proprietor of the new pastry shop House of 3 Brothers.
A fan of fashion and pastries, this talented designer livens up his German family recipes with a touch of the season’s trends.
From (cheese)cakes to spice cake, his flavorful treats will take you back to childhood with every bite.
25, rue de Lancry, 75010
- Galerie Until Then
Together, Alexa Brossard, Mélanie Meffrer Rondea and Olivier Belot are beginning a new adventure with the opening of the Until Then Art Gallery. Following in the footsteps of Thaddaeus Ropac in Pantin and Gagosian at Le Bourget, these three gallery owners who previously worked together at the Yvon Lambert Gallery are opening a 500 square meter, glass-roofed space in a decidedly choice spot: the Saint Ouen Flea Market.
The gallery is open from Friday to Sunday.
Don’t miss the inaugural show from March 1st to May 10th, 2015, featuring two English artists, Rodney Graham and Jonathan Monk.
77 rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint-Ouen
Le Jules, the bar and restaurant located in the recently renovated Carreau du Temple is the new place to be! Contemporary cuisine, warm mood and a unique setting, revisited by the decorator Laura Gonzalez.
2 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris
- Bensimon Home - Concept Store Lifestyle
Serge Bensimon is opening his second Parisian home store. A wonderful selection of original pieces blending fashion, design and lifestyle.
20 rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris
Muji has just opened a 700m2 flagship store in the Forum des Halles, becoming the Japanese retailer’s European showcase. Two new concepts will be exclusively available in the new store: Muji Kids and Found Muji – a selection of traditional objects revisited by the brand.
Forum des Halles, 75001 Paris
- Kitsuné - Rive Gauche
The famous music label, and now ready-to-wear fashion brand, is opening a second store in the heart of the French capital, entirely designed by the architecture and design studio Numéro 111. A capsule collection entitled « Madame » has been created by the House’s two artistic directors for the occasion.
38 rue Madame, 75006 Paris
Ventilo is opening a new store on the left bank, at 7 quai Voltaire. Combining design and fashion, this new concept-store offers an original, cutting-edge selection varying from floral prints by the House of Hackney in London to their capsule collection, Hawai, created with in collaboration with Steven Hamon, as well as several editor’s pieces.
7 quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris
Carven has a new store but this one is on the right bank! The famous brand has moved into a 95m2 space entirely designed by Eric Chevallier. With his rich, elegant, accessible collections featuring gingham pleated dresses, camouflage jackets and elaborate shapes, the young designer Guillaume Henry has given the French ready-to-wear brand a second wind.
8 rue Mahler, 75004 Paris
- Urban Outfitters is opening a second corner at BHV Marais in Paris
American retailer Urban Outfitters, which already has a corner at Galeries Lafayette, is setting up a second one in the BHV Marais on rue de Rivoli in Paris, starting April 30, 2014.
Following the pop-up store in Galeries Lafayettes, American retailer Urban Outfitters is opening a second corner in the BHV Marais department store at 52 rue de Rivoli, in Paris, this Wednesday April 30th. This 120 square-meter space is entirely dedicated to their women’s collection –shoes, accessories, clothes, gifts. It will also offer young designers the chance to present their creations alongside original collections. For this new opening, Urban Outfitters is spotlighting the work of the Belgian street artist Gijs Vanhee.
36 rue de la Verrerie, 75004
Céline opened its new and biggest flagship in Paris 53 avenue Montaigne this week. The famous Danish artist FOS realized bespoke pieces of furniture: lamps, benches and candelabrums.
53 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris
- Aveda Spa: An American in Paris
The brand known for its natural products and ayurvedic rituals is already a huge success in the United States and has finally come to France. Aveda’s first French spa offers both hair and body care. Stretch out on a mattress beneath a heated dome and open your chakras in the Japanese sauna. This"Iyashi Dôme" is gentler than a traditional sauna and is the perfect prelude to a personalized massage.
7, rue du Louvre (1st ), 01-40-26-18-07.
- Ullens, right bank fashion label
In time for its 3rd birthday, this young fashion house from Brussels is setting up shop just around the corner from the Champs-Elysées. Found by Myriam Ullens, with artistic director Véronique Leroy, the brand specializes in travel clothes, featuring reversible knitwear, leather and cashmere for an entirely modular wardrobe. Ready-to-travel luxury.
4, rue de Marignan (7th), www.maisonullens.com
- Guillaume and his objects
On the heels of his first boutique in the Marais, Guillaume Excoffier has opened a new shop in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. You won’t find Scandinavian furniture or ethnic pieces here, but a collection of wonderful discoveries including ceramics from the 1950s, Gabriella Crespi lamps and Madeline Weinrib rugs.
34, rue Bonaparte (6th), 01-57-40-61-43.
- Aroma Zone, the new natural DIY beauty spot
Discover Aroma Zone’s concept in its new space inaugurated in 2014 near Odéon in Paris
With this 500 square-meter multi-services space, the brand aims to become the number one reference in home and natural cosmetics (aromatherapy). There are three separate zones:
▪ A boutique (300 square meters), a veritable supermarket for product design: natural ingredients, salts, butters and other neutral bases...as well as all sorts of containers, manufacturing equipment and books.
▪ A training space where customers can be initiated to the art of cosmetic creation, via theme workshops for 8 to 12 people (from 19 to 49€).
▪ And last but not least a spa, which is what makes this natural beauty spot unique! Customers can benefit from in-store natural care, using cosmetics that are manufactured right before their eyes and according to their specific needs (digital diagnostic). Customers leave with the manufacturing card that matches their specific cream.
A new DIY temple, built to initiate individuals to natural beauty created by themselves for themselves. We love it !
25 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris
- La Trésorerie
A few steps from the Place de la République, this bazaar is devoted to revisiting the many worlds of decoration. You can find collections from manufacturers, objects from designers, everyday items and even a few designed for communities and professionals. Designed by Elizabeth Leriche, the place exudes clarity, thanks to a majestic canopy
11, rue du Château-d’Eau, 75010 Paris Tél. + 33 (0)1 40 40 20 46 www.latresorerie.fr
- Café Kitsune
Café Kitsuné is opening its first boutique in the Palais Royal gardens. Discover Maison Kitsuné’s own ready-to-wear brand in an original musical atmosphere.
51 Galerie de Montpensier, 75001 Paris
The American cosmetic brand Benefit is finally opening its first boutique. Discover this “Californian” style of beauty care in an unabashedly girly décor.
56 rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris
Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm.
- Gerard Darel Pablo
Gérard Darel is opening a new shop called 130.
130 rue Réaumur, 75002 Paris
Pollop, the neo-bistrot restaurant in the Sentier neighborhood in Paris has an all-wood 60s style décor. The menu offers Asian flavors that delight the palette.
15 rue d’Aboukir, 75002 Paris
Beaucoup is a restaurant in the heart of the Marais. For brunch, lunch or dinner, with a group of friends or on a romantic date, this chameleon restaurant with its cozy design is a perfect place to share a delicious meal.
7 rue Froissart, 75003 Paris
- Sarah Lavoine
Interior designer Sarah Lavoine offers home furnishings for various rooms with a refined, feminine touch full of character.
28 rue du Bac, 75007 Paris
Berluti, the new temple of elegance, opened its doors last November. It offers refined collections for gentlemen, custom-made by Ateliers Arnys.
24 rue de Sèvres, 75008 Paris
In September 2013 Moncler set up shop on Faubourg Saint Honoré. Three of the floors of its 6-storey building are dedicated to the boutique, which is their largest to date.
7 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, 75008 Paris
Bourjois is opening a new store in Les Halles on level – 3, featuring its must-have products and a nail bar.
Forum des Halles, -3, 75001 Paris
Come with us on a stroll through Paris and take in the festive decorations lighting up the city in preparation for the holidays: Avenue Montaigne and Avenue Georges V, Rue de Sèvres and Rue Saint Honoré, Place Vendôme and Place de la Madeleine… and of course the department store windows!
Avenue Montaigne : 1. Dior 2. Pucci
Avenue Montaigne : Dolce & Gabbana
Avenue Montaigne : Valentino
Le Bon Marché
Place de la Madeleine : 1. Dior 2. Gucci
Place Vendôme : Louis Vuitton
Printemps Haussmann : Prada
Rue St Honoré : 1. Galliano 2. Anne Fontaine 3. Guerlain
Rue St Honoré : Longchamp
Men’s ready-to-wear sold amidst projections of old movies.
14 rue de Marseille, 75010 Paris
- Cuisse de grenouille
An urban-surf inspired French lifestyle brand for the gentleman surfer.
5 rue Froissart, 75003 Paris
- Sauver le monde des hommes
Concept store dedicated to men’s fashion: timeless, must-have basics.
And a digital in-store experience.
8 rue Beaurepaire, 75010 Paris
- Forever 21 opens its 1st Parisian flagship
The American brand continues its pursuit to conquer France. Having already opened two shops in Velizy 2 and Rosny shopping malls, Forever 21 will open its doors on October 26th at 144 rue de Rivoli. A space of 4500 m ² dedicated to fast & affordable fashion.
144 rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris
LATEST FOOD TRENDS
Fashion week, Maison&Objet, Première Vision…
Paris will be in the spotlight in the upcoming weeks. Take a tasty time out from your busy, high-tension fashion schedule.
On the menu:
- Comfort food
The opposite of conceptual cuisine, Monsieur Bleu is a place to get a good square meal. Free-range roast chicken, pan-fried calf’s liver, millefeuille vanilla pastry…
Ultra-traditional food in an ultra-trendy setting, the Palais de Tokyo.
20, avenue de New York
Resort and cruise collections are gaining ground in fashion, and new generation seafood restaurants are spreading.
Fresh fish is the star at The Fish Club. Mary Céleste features a different menu every day.
The Fish Club
58, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
La Mary Celeste
1 Rue Commines
- Street food
We’ve seen the street style boom on the runway, now watch out for gourmet street food, which aims to give a noble touch to popular dishes.
Grillé serves fancy kebabs rather than burgers, and The Sunken Chip transcends the classic fish & chips.
15 rue Saint Augustin
The Sunken Chip
39 Rue des Vinaigriers
Wikibar, the perfect mix of Innovation and Enjoyment
Wikibar is a small culinary revolution and the result of the collaborative work of French designer Francois Azambourg and Harvard professor David Edwards, founder of ArtScience Labs. In addition to putting science to work for our taste buds, his work also concentrates on a new, ecological approach to the food industry.
Available at Wikibar (rue du Bouloi in Paris’ 1st arrondissement), WikiPearls is ice cream that comes in an edible wrapping made from 100% natural ingredients. More good news, the flavors were created by master ice cream maker Philippe Faur, the author of delectable blends such as coconut-mango, hazelnut-chocolate and peanut-vanilla.
Variations on this innovation, like no-spoon WIKIPEARL YOGURT and WIKIPEARL CHEESE, are coming soon.
Learn more: http://www.wikipearl.com/
Miu Miu is settling in Le Bon Marché
Le Bon Marché dedicates a corner to the Italian house, space with clean lines imagined by the architect Roberto Baciocchi. Find there Miu Miu last collections of ready-to-wear clothing, as well as accessories, of which a madras bag of the 2013-2014 Fall-Winter collection in exclusivity…
Le bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris
Missiessy opened its first workshop-store
It is in Paris where the brand of craftsmen opened its first workshop. This young brand of high-end and customizable leather goods had until then no physical store. We can now discover in live the craftsmen of these high-quality and made in France items, whether it is bags, accessories, custom-made and personalized on demand, with prestigious materials…
187 Rue Saint Denis, 75002 Paris
Dior opens its first beauty store
For the first time, Dior settled his make-up, perfumes and care products collections in a completely dedicated store of 80 square meters in Paris, announced as short-lived, on Saint Honoré street. An unprecedented gathering of Dior’s offer in the beauty area to discover: limited series of fragrances, make-up ranges and care developed for the international stage, the whole with the possibility to get personalized services…
368 Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris 75 001
Leon & Harper opened its first shop on Paris
Between the concept-store and the shop, this space welcomes, besides the feminine collections of ready-to-wear clothing, books about fashion and art, as well as short-lived exhibitions. A preppy collection high in color to be discovered …
95 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75 003 Paris
MM6 settles down marketplace Saint-Honoré
The Maison Martin Margiela headed in Paris, for a first opening in Europe before Milan and London. Discover the Martin Margiela’s codes through a relaxed femininity in a contemporary collection, accessible and easier to wear for the everyday life…
22 place du marché Saint Honoré, 75 001 Paris
The “Prince de Galles” hotel opened again its doors
After 27 months of closing for renovation, the hotel got a facelift and shows its will to reach the elite of 5 stars hotels, and here is how: with a revisited equipment (fitness space, wellness space, bigger suites…), additional services, more numerous staff, a catering space totally rethought with the kitchen in the middle of the room, the whole in an Art deco atmosphere, lauding the charm of the 1930s while being modern.
33 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris
Saint Laurent opened a new shop Avenue Montaigne
The symbolic French brand has just opened a new shop of 900m2 in a very particular style. In an Art Deco style revisited in a modern way, with ultra present marble, concrete and mirrors, Saint Laurent claims again its particularity. Discover accessories (bags, shoes, jewels) as well as collections for men and women, the whole in a personalized sound atmosphere …
53 Avenue Montaigne, Paris 8ème
Aigle and its new concept-store
Aigle has just opened its " Maison de famille " boulevard Saint-Germain, in Paris. It is in fact a reopening of its flagship of Rive Gauche with a new concept refocused on the lifestyle dimension of the brand. A new image well illustrated by the new aesthetics of the new shop, aesthetic which should be extended to all the stores eventually…
A. Lange & Söhne opened its first store in France
Paris welcomes the second shop of the brand in Europe; near Place Vendôme, the mecca of high jewelry. A shop for the enthusiasts of watches. In an atmosphere made to measure for this brand and its long running tradition, amateurs of watches can discover the story and the philosophy of the craft watch-making art.
A.Lange & Söhne Paris; 19, rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris
Hours: from 10am to 7pm, from Monday to saturday
Bourjois opened its first shop in Paris
At the beginning of March, Bourjois opened its first shop in the very heart of Paris, Passage du Havre. Find there all Bourjois products in this new space, as well as exclusivities and novelties, without forgetting the numerous services proposed in the "Jolie Room" ( beauty care, make-up care) …
Bourjois shop – Galerie du Passage du Havre - Ground Floor. 12, rue du Havre - 75009 Paris
The Broken Arm: The new concept store
This shop, with an uncluttered design, combines café, shop of ready-to-wear fashion clothing and bookshop, to become a welcoming living space. We can thus reach at the same time a selection of high-quality clothes chosen carefully in the collections of famous creators, but also a selection of books about art, architecture, photography… while drinking coffee coming right from Oslo, as well as other sandwiches and pastries. So, many reasons for going there …
12 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris
Tel : 01 44 61 53 60
Rose Bakery TEA ROOM au Bon Marché
Rose Bakery settled down in the Rive Gauche district at the end of March. Symbol of a unique lifestyle in Paris, she declines the Tea Room spirit in her new space on the 2nd floor of Bon Marché, service on the spot or take away. Discover an atypical and welcoming setting before being captivated by Rose Bakery's cooking and atmosphere…
Rose Bakery Tea Room, 2nd floor, Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche, 24 rue de Sèvres Paris 75007
Open every day from 10am to 7pm (closed on Sundays and public holidays)
Citadines Suite Louvre Paris, the first of many?
Since the end of March, Paris is welcoming a new concept; the residence shop, which is echoing the latest trend of hotel-shops, addresses a clientele demanding for a particular comfort. The establishment proposes an intimate atmosphere, personalized services and modern installations. Last but not least, the localization of the establishment will allow to satisfy all desires: educate yourself, stroll-out, relax, eat…. everything is close!
Citadines Suites Louvre Paris
8 rue de Richelieu – 75001 Paris – France
Tel 33 (0)1 55 35 28 00
A new concept raising curiosity
Miss Ko, a place gathering at the same time: bar with curiosities, trendy shop, gallery, grocery, cake store, tearoom and restaurant, opened its doors in the 8th district of Paris. Come to discover this new concept of Asian cooking, in an atypical decoration designed by Philippe Starck. Guaranteed experiments of the senses in this new concept of art-restaurant!
Miss Ko, Food, Art & Curiosités
Open every day from midday to 2am
Tel : 01 53 67 84 60
Converse is making the buzz with a new pop-up store
From March 23 until April 21, 2013, legendary shoe brand Converse has opened a pop-up store in the 10th arrondissement in Paris, unveiling exclusive capsule collections alongside unseen artistic performances. In addition, a Tune & Repair service will also be available to personalize your new sneakers, or bring your old favorites back to life. Shoes up!
19 rue Yves Toudic 75010
Open from March 23 until April 21, every day except Mondays.
Voyages Inside the Louis Vuitton House
The Maison Louis Vuitton located on the celebrated Avenue des Champs-Elysées, which hosts contemporary art exhibitions, will be presenting “Correspondances" until May 5th. The exhibit focuses mainly on Mail Art, and brings together artists representing a range of generations and sensibilities. With a few exceptions, what they have in common is their use of postal mail as an artistic medium. The artists’ motivations and their impacts may vary, but all of these “Correspondances" are an invitation to a journey through time and space.
On the 7th floor of the Maison Louis Vuitton, 60, rue de Bassano, Paris 75008.
The Hôtel de Ville celebrates Haute Couture
An exhibition dedicated to designer fashion is held at the Paris town hall until July 6th. The show pays tribute to the emblematic activity that has made Paris an international star in the world of fashion. The show features hundred of designer dresses, from fashion houses such as Dior, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy…
Paris Haute couture, until July 6th at Hôtel de Ville, Saint Jean Room, 5, rue de Lobau, 75004 Paris. Free. Every day from 10 am - 7 pm (except Sundays and holidays).
Alain Ducasse - La Manufacture du chocolat
Alain Ducasse, prestigious chef we do not have to present any more, adds a new string to its bow. He has just opened a factory dedicated to the chocolate, right in the heart of Paris, with Nicolas Berger, chocolate maker with whom he has been working for a decade. Obviously, this small chocolate factory sells its products, to visit urgently …
40, rue de la Roquette – 75011 Paris
& Other Stories is going to settle down in Paris
The new high range brand of H&M, & Other Stories, which created the buzz with its videos (Shoes & Other Stories, Lingerie & Other Stories), will land in France this spring. The first French shop of the brand should open its doors in April, at the 277th of the very smart Rue Saint-Honoré ( 8th Paris). The store should provide ready-to-wear clothing, accessories, bags, shoes as well as cosmetics. Feminine items only, high quality, but affordable, here is the principle of the new H&M brand, expected by many …
Pasquale Bruni settles down in Galleries Lafayette
The house of Italian jewelry, Pasquale Bruni, invites itself for the first time in Galleries Lafayette Haussmann until February the 17th 2013, right in the heart of the new luxury space of the 1st floor. We shall also find in this space the iconic collections of the house: Prato Fiorito, Mandala, Le Monde, Amore … Pasquale Bruni’s creations, elegant sculptures and rich in innovation, are inspired by nature and love.
40 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris 75 009
Bao Bao in Printemps Haussmann
Until February the 16th of 2013, Bao Bao Issey Miyake invites itself at the 5th floor of the Printemps Haussmann to present a selection of spring’s colored bags. There are bags and handbags which are transforming themselves thanks to the movements, creating a sensation of freedom. These accessories will not go unnoticed and will delight fashionistas.
64 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris
L'atelier de l'Eclair
This pastry shop, entirely dedicated to éclairs, will soon open its doors in the neighbourhood of Sentier. You will be able to enjoy éclairs in all kinds of sugary flavours, ranging from mango passion and hazel nut to lemon and meringue. If you are in the mood for something salty, you can also choose amongst the salty éclairs, including flavours such as chorizo, salmon and Chèvre pesto.
L’atelier de l’Eclair, 16 rue Bachaumont, Paris 2
Krug investit la Samaritaine
The champagne brand Krug has teamed up with Chef Emmanuel Renault to offer an unforgettable meal at the short-lived restaurant in the Samaritaine, from the 3rd to the 12th December 2012.
Opération Krug en Capitale II, 19 Rue de la Monnaie, Paris 1.
La Comédie Humaine
Newly opened, this concept store is dedicated to men’s ready-to-wear, care products, leather goods and magazines……Part of the PAP collection includes extremely well cut interchangeable collar shirts, made with 100% know how.
La comédie humaine, 24 rue Yves Toudic, Paris 10
The creators of Melinda Gloss recently opened their second store in Saint-Germain des-Prés. The men’s boutique, which has a very dandy chic air to it, has a divine collection of finely made shirts that make excellent gifts for Christmas.
Melinda Gloss, 9 rue Madame, Paris 6
Finally, a very girly concept store which makes you want to stay there all day long! Between a manicure at the nail bar and fruit in the salad bar, you find a multi-branded space with the latest trends of the season.
Micha, 25 rue Marbeuf, Paris 8
The Black Market
The Black Market is the warm and cozy coffee shop where you can enjoy the ultimate black roasted coffee, along with breakfast, donuts, cheesecakes or granola.
The Black Market, 27 rue Ramey, Paris 18
Parrot opens up its first technologically advanced digital store in Paris
Parrot, the French smartphone accessories leader, reinforces its visibility in the digital market, among giants Apple and Samsung, by opening up a concept store designed by Philippe Starck. In the 60m2 design store you will be able to discover interesting innovations, including the quadricopter pilot by iPhone/iPad which enables you to play video games in an augmented reality.
Parrot, 30 rue du Quatre-Septembre, Paris 2
Lacoste launches its new Fall-Winter 2012-2013 collection at Merci
Lacoste pop-up store at Merci, 6th- 22th September 2012
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris 3
Schiaparelli reopens its mythic store
The reopening of the Maison Schiaparelli will take place in July 2012 at 21 Place Vendôme, the exact same address where the designer dominated the fashion scene during the thirties and forties. The announcement of the new creative director will be revealed in late September. As for the collection, the first pieces will be presented in January 2013.
Schiaparelli, 21 Place Vendôme, Paris 1
Lanvin invite us to taste his Ladurée macaroons
Lanvin is collaborating with Ladurée to create a special bubble gum-flavoured macaroon set. It is this whimsical spirit that inspired the lovely faces of playful women on Ladurée boxes containing eight pink bubble gum-flavoured macaroons.
The delicacies will go on sale on Sept. 25 in France, in time for Paris Fashion Week’s. The U.K., U.S. and Japan will follow on Sept. 28.
Issy Miyake's lamp collection for Artemide
The fashion designer Issey Miyake has designed a line of lamps in a unique textile fibre named “IN-EI”. Created from recycled plastic bottles, the lamps are foldable and work with LED’s.
Between 550€ and 1200€ at the Artemide boutique.
Courrèges launches its new perfume, "Blanc"
The famous brand of the sixties launches its new fragrance, which contains scents of Iris, white musc, patchouli, heliotrop and rose berries.
« Blanc » eau de parfum, 62€ les 50ml.
40, rue François 1er, Paris 8
Aurélie Bidermann launches her first boutique in Paris
A first for the jewelry designer, Aurélie Bidermann, known for creating bracelets that are a favorite among the Parisians, opens up her first store in the heart of Sain-Germain-des-Prés, on 55bis, rue des Saint-Pères. With pieces already sold in major department stores, this boutique will enable the designer to develop a warmer and more personal space.
Aurélie Bidermann, 55 bis rue des Saints-Pères, Paris 6
Little Fernand makes our mouths water
In the beginning of September, the restaurant Big Fernand opens up Little Fernand on 45 rue Faubourg Poissonnière. Following the concept of Big Fernand, the idea is to tantalize the taste buds of the French with their traditionally crafted hotdogs.
Little Fernand, 45 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 10
Louis Vuitton opens its first jewlery boutique
Louis Vuitton jewellery and watches are being honored in a new space entirely designed by Peter Marino, at 23 Place Vendome. This luxurious and extravagant venue consists of wooden interior and golden details and surrounded by a variety of interesting pieces of art.
Louis Vuitton, 23 Place Vendôme, Paris 1
Lush launches makeup
The brand with ethic and vegan values proves that make up is not only bough by consumers, but by consumers who care about their purchases and how they affect the well being of the planet. For the first time, on the 21st of July, Lush launched its collection “Emotional Brilliance” in outlets all over France. The collection consists of various products including mascara, liquid eyeliners and powders. http://fr.lush.eu/shop/common/store_locations
Theory opens up its first boutique in Paris
Exclusively dedicated to women, Oliver Theyskens opens up his first Theory boutique on 215 rue Saint-Honoré in September. The creator, who is also the man behind the store design, has placed strong emphasis on the brands most luxurious range: Theyskens' Theory.
Theory, 215 rue Saint-Honoré, Paris 1
In search for the rear pearl at dressing-factory.com
If vintage has become an undeniable movement to be reckoned with, then luxury vintage is no exception to this trend. Whether you are looking for a silk ascot Yves Saint Laurent blouse from the 70’s, a Burberry trench or Balenciaga sunglasses from the 50’s, this site will offer you a wealth of discoveries and findings at affordable prices.
État Pur's concept store opens its doors
Enjoy a true cosmetic experience in État Pur’s first concept store. The brand’s products are fully customizable, containing a pure mix of ingredients, such as Q10 and hyaluronic acid, whose origin and cosmetic performance is well known.
État pur, 24 rue du Regard, Paris 6
After having a flourishing business in Aix-en-Provence, Pepa’s has just opened its new shop in the main city. This high-end multi-brands ship offers a thoughtful, functional and aesthetic selection of baby furniture, accessories, and linen.
40 rue des Petits Carreaux, Paris 2
Owning a library of thousands of different fragrances, this concept store which looks like a charming apothecary is entirely dedicated to perfume. Nose’s concept is the “perfume diagnosis” made on Ipad : after asking you questions on your past “perfume experience”, the concept store advises you 3 fragrances that perfectly match with your “olfactory profile”.
20, rue Bachaumont Paris 2
This floral concept store has been opened in March by a young art collector and a floral art designer. Imagined as an art gallery, this very contemporary store offers a large choice of precious and old flowers provided by small local suppliers. In the basement, floral art classes workshops can be attended.
7, place de Mexico, Paris 7
The new Balenciaga flagship has opened its doors on June 12th at 336 rue Saint-Honoré, in an old gas station. The atmosphere traduces well the house codes : futuristic, sophisticated, and with precise cuts. We will be seduced by the scenography, imaginated by Nicolas Ghesquière, Balenciaga’s art director, and her business partner, French artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster who has already designs several boutiques for the brand.
336, rue Saint-Honoré Paris 1
After the opening of its first concept-store in March, the professional make-up artist Serge Louis Alvarez will open a new sharp design space at the 44 rue des Petits Carreaux by the end of June.Even if he’s not famous among the mainstream public, this make-up artist has been working for 20 years in the fashion, cinema and Opera industries. In this new space dressed of black and white, we will discover the three made in France lines of the brand, all made of natural and organic ingredients.
44, rue des petit carreaux , Paris 2 (not opened yet)
Opened in March, this inventive shop which looks like an art gallery, offers a wide choice of edgy designers, exclusive and limited editions products. From the poetic Catellini & Smith’s Outdoor product range to the Nemo Cassina’s design desk lamps, this exhaustive offer is perfectly completing the Rive Droite first shop.
7, boulevard Raspail, Paris 7
Pavillon de l'Indochine au Jardin d'agronomie tropicale
Originally built for the colonial exhibition of 1907, the Indochina detached house had then met a great success, before being abandoned for years… But this colonial magnificence has been recently restored, giving us the perfect occasion to admire the gorgeous and charming garden that surrounds it.
45 bis, Avenue de la Belle-Gabrielle, Paris 12
Salon Agnès Paya
Designer Agnes Paya, has just opened a very charming new concept space, which has a very Marie-Antoinette style. The place is entirely devoted to well-being and beauty, and it will provide smart services such as haircuts, make-up classes, fashion style consulting, skin and feet care… To complete your beauty session, photo shoots can be taken.
15, rue Royale, Paris 8
The authentic French organic shop, has just opened its second Parisian store at the 14 rue des Petits Carreaux. Melvita offers body oils, floral waters and honeys: everything to create your own beauty ritual. In this place mainly made of wood, we will also find a wall of plants, an oil organs as well as a honey bar.
14, rue des petits carreaux, Paris 2
Located at 32, quai d’Austerlitz this concept bar restaurant is a great place to relax. With few pavement areas, this spot is perfect to be seen this summer. The workshops can fit both children and adults, moreover Wanderlust offers also great clubbing parties with DJ sets.
32, quai d’Austerlitz, Paris 13
Hotel O is the first hotel of a series that will be built in France and Europe. This very functional space has been designed by the well-known designer Ora Ito. Small but nevertheless very comfortable, the small rooms are in fact high-tech cabins with a very urban look.
19, Rue Hérold, Paris 1
This new space was settled on the Champs Elysées last May, and is now offering a charming countryside inspiration view. Between vintage furniture, and old style wallpaper, Aigle reveals the unreleased idea of a “boots bar”. This boots bar is 10m long which can let us have a quick look on the brand’s it shoes.
33, avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris 8
Pop up store Hermès
The saddler has chosen to expose its fabulous woman shoes collection designed by Pierre Hardy until the 19th of July in Rue de Sèvres, near to its headquarters located on the left shore. Indeed, this pop-up store is dressed in this well-known orange Hermès color.
8, rue de Sèvres, Paris 8
Bar l'Acte 3
This cocktail bar located at 94 rue Quincampoix will make you travel with few of their most original cocktails compositions: from the very refreshing and energizing “From Mexico” by “Los Angeles” (cumcumber, lime, kiwi, elderflower and vodka Russian Platinium), we can also mix up some ingredients in order to create our own cocktail. The cosy and intimist atmosphere is just perfect to taste joyfully your creation.
94, rue Quicampoix, Paris 2
Maison de la Prasline Mazet
The real Montargis Prasline sets up rue des archives in a beautiful shop which features two very different ambiences : woodwork, stained glass and lilies remind us the secular shop from Montargis, while the other side of the place offers a modern atmosphere through a white, zen décor. Besides offering delicious candies, the shop also has a chocolate fondue bar.
37, rue des Archives, Paris 4
Tel : 01 44 05 18 08
Monday- Saturday: 10am -7pm and Sunday :11am - 7pm
Le jardin japonais au jardin d'acclimatation
From April 7th to May 8th, the main path of le jardin d’acclimation is turned into a Japanese street. Craftsmen and exhibitors will present the Japanese lifestyle trough 50 different booths. You will be able to discover traditional items and Japanese cuisine.
Bois de Boulogne, Paris 16
Tel : 01 40 67 90 85
Monday - Sunday : 10am -7pm
Japanese Garden opened until May 8th
Opened on March 8th, this new store designed by the architect Peter Marino has been inspired by Mademoiselle Chanel apartments.
51, avenue Montaigne, Paris 8
Tel: 01 44 50 73 00
Monday Saturday: 10am-7pm
Cake & Bake Accessories
This cute little shop is specialized in cooking utensils and other accessories to cook made in USA pastries. It is also possible to book a class to learn how to make cupcakes.
5 rue de Lancry, Paris 10
Monday to Sunday : 10am-7pm
La Galerie de Lunettes
Warm wood shelves and retro mirrors are displayed in this new boutique. La galerie de lunettes offers a wide selection of very trendy brands, such as Prism London or Thierry Lasry.
27-29 rue Yves Tourdic, Paris 10
Tel: 01 42 08 10 26
Tuesday to Saturday: 11am-20pm, and Sunday: 2pm-7pm
Photos / Copyright Simon Deprez
Pour Vos Beaux Yeux
A charming retro optician, with a wide selection of vintage frames created between 1900 and 1980.
10, passage du Grand Cerf, Paris 1
Tel : 01 42 36 06 79
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-7pm
It Mylk Montmartre
After the huge success of their shop in Saint Germain, the Lorenzi sisters have chosen Montmartre to set up their second boutique dedicated to home made frozen yoghourts.
Place Suzanne-Valadon, Paris 18
Tel: 01 43 26 84 13
Monday to Sunday : 12pm-6.30pm
Closed on Tuesdays
The Japanese leader of stationery settles in Paris for its first European shop.
Don’t miss the colourful notebooks.
Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli, Paris 1
Tel : 01 47 03 14 24
Monday to Sunday : 10am-8pm
The new Parisian flagship of the trendy Swedish brand.
3 rue Froissart, Paris 3
Tel: 01 42 60 16 62
Monday to Saturday: 11am-7pm
A charming boutique dedicated to a cute french pastrie : the cream puff!
29 rue Debelleyme, Paris 3
Tel : 01 44 61 31 44
Tuesday to Saturday: 11am -7.30pm, and on Sundays: 10am-3pm
Les Thermes de Lutèce
Barber, hammam, massages… a new spa entirely dedicated to men.
70, quai de l’Hôtel de Ville, Paris 4
Tel: 01 42 77 76 20
Tuesday to Sunday : 10am-7pm
Aïsso & Co
This shop has a very trendy vintage selection, and a in-house collection.
32 rue Saint Roch, Paris 1
Photo : Karl Hab/Hypebeast
The Fashion Designer Pascal Humbert has created an experimental shop: from floor to ceiling, everything is colored in a light and tender pink tone. Just in between a boutique, a laboratory and an art gallery, every month the shop will invite a different artist that would have to create a new installation in the shop.
5 rue Debelleyme, Paris 3
Tel : 01 44 61 27 70
Tuesday to Saturday : 11am-7pm
Photo : Ollivier Hersart
Socks & Tights speciality store
15 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 4
Tel: 01 42 78 20 38
Monday to Saturday : 11am-8pm
Sunday : 12pm- 8pm
13 rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris 3
Tel : 01 71 50 30 09
Monday to Sunday : 13pm - 9pm
Ready to wear and accessories
17 rue des Quatre Vents, Paris 6
Tel: 01 43 29 49 04
Lundi : 13h - 19h30
Tuesday to Saturday : 11am-7.30pm