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As the style capital of the world for centuries, shopping has long been central to Parisian life. France’s capital is home to some of the oldest department stores and window-shopping and wandering while dressed in the latest fashions was elevated to an art form here, the promenade. We turned to Lindsey Tramuta, an expat living in Paris and a regular contributor to AFAR, for her suggestions of classic shopping experiences as well as where to find emerging designers and artisans.
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54 Rue Notre Dame de Lorette, 75009 Paris, France
Known for its artisanal food shops, contemporary restaurants and proximity to Montmartre, the neighborhood of South Pigalle is now also a shopping destination, thanks largely to an independent accessories boutique with a 100% made in Paris theme....
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5 Rue des Filles du Calvaire, 75003 Paris, France
In only three years, the Parisian stationery and paper goods brand Papier Tigre (Paper Tiger) has become the reference in design-forward communication and organization that’s big on color and form. From origami-style wall-organizers and mail...
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12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, France
200m² (roughly 2100ft²) in the pricy, northern section of the Marais, is considerable space to fill when you're an upstart concept store but the trio behind the popular fashion and lifestyle website De Jeunes Gens Modernes were willing to take a...
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45 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris, France
Shopping for clothing in Paris isn't what it used to be. Once lined almost exclusively with French and some European designers, the capital's well-worn boulevards have been usurped by internationally accessible fashion stalwarts and mid-market...
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11 Rue du Château d'Eau, 75010 Paris, France
Save for the bars that line the façade and the “RF” (for République Française) inscribed on the building’s pediment, not a trace of La Trésorerie’s former life as the 10th arrondissement’s primary tax office remain. The spirit of yesteryear does...