2 rue Ferdinand Duval Paris 75004Select your own ingredients and watch as Stephane Mottay whips up your personalised organic face cream.
Bastien de Almeida
46 rue La Condamine Paris 17thIn Paris's Batignolles trendy district, a shop carrying stunning American vintage fashion as well as specialized books and DVDs. It even offers sewing classes. Closed Sun-Mon.
98 rue du Fbg St-Honoré Paris 75008 Métro: Champs-Elysées–ClemenceauFounder Jacques Perrin and his son Philippe specialize in exceptional late 17th- to early 19th-century French furniture, painting, sculpture and decorative objects, displayed in a beautiful three-story mansion on the Place Beauvau.
Jugetsudo By Maruyama Nori
95 rue de Seine Paris 75006A small Japanese tea salon and boutique beautifully designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and run by the 150-year-old Tokyo firm Maruyama Nori, with a long counter for sipping tea with pastries, a selection of teas, traditional teapots and porcelain cups, and bamboo everywhere. Saturday tea ceremonies downstairs.
Boutique de l’Assemblée Nationale
7 rue Aristide Briand Paris 75007The charming bookstore and gift shop of the French National Assembly (the House of Representatives), with stationery, office accessories, leather goods, tableware and games, all stamped with the Assembly logo.
Nature et Découvertes
Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli Paris 75001Interactive calendars, magnetic puzzles, inflatable globes and build-your-own catamaran sets should help you keep the children occupied!
39 blvd des Capucines, 2nd; 196 blvd St Germain, 7th; 51 rue des Francs Bourgeois, 4th, and othersThe famed perfume house based in Grasse, in Provence, has a handful of Paris shops offering not just dozens of fragrances, scented candles, cosmetics and soaps, but also great gifts, exquisite embroidered linens, jewelry and accessories. There’s a perfume museum at the Capucines address.
Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
La Cité des sciences et de l'industrie 30 avenue Corentin Cariou 75019 Paris FRANCEOrdinary subjects become passionate ones as it takes you through a journey to create great moments with your children, friends and grandparents. Packed with pop-up and permanent exhibitions, you will have endless hours of fun!
30 avenue Montaigne Paris 75008This household name of fashion, accessories, fragrances and beauty has been a staple in high fashion since Christian Dior's "New Look" surfaced at the designer's first fashion show as an independent designer in 1947.
152 Boulevard Haussmann, 75008 ParisA gallery founded by Jeanne Aaron in 1923 and now run by third-genenration expert Hervé Aaron, one of the city’s top dealers in museum-quality 17th- to 19th-century paintings, furniture, and objets d’art.
78 rue de Seine Paris 75006A venerable candle-making business that dates to 1643, formerly an official supplier to the French court, now updated by trendy entrepreneur Ramdane Touhami, with 12 new scented candles that have fashionistas flocking.
35 et 41 rue de Seine, Paris 75006An annex of the Vallois Art Deco gallery in the same street, this smaller gallery handles contemporary sculpture by such artists as Yuri Kuper, Patrick O'Reilly, Corinne Sanmarcelli and Boris Zabarov.