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 18 blvd de Latour-Maubourg Paris 75007

The chic caviar restaurant and emporium carries not only beluga, ossetra, sevruga or Alverta Royal caviars, but also czar-cut salmon, king crab and even vodka chocolate pearls.

Le Bonbon au Palais

 19 rue Monge Paris 5th Métro: Cardinal Lemoine

Rainbow-hued candies, some 200 varieties from all over France, glisten like gemstones in apothecary jars in this dream of a boutique. Other Gallic treasures include light, fluffy guimauve, the square-cut French version of marshmallow; alcohol-filled chocolates covered in marzipan; lollipops in such flavors as blueberry, pineapple, quince and black cherry; and candied flower petals and herbs, including whole roses, violets, vervain, mint and lilac.

Musée Marmottan Monet

 2 rue Louis-Boilly Paris 75016 Métro: La Muette.

A small museum which boasts the world’s largest collection of works by Claude Monet, along with an impressive array of works by Berthe Morisot and other Impressionists; more than 300 medieval miniatures donated by dealer Daniel Wildenstein; and decorative arts from the Empire period.


 83 quai de Valmy Paris 75010

Hypercool bookstore for magazines and coffee-table books devoted to fashion, art, photography, calligraphy and interior design.

Franck et Fils

 80 rue de Passy Paris 75016

A department store with a concept store feel, specializing in the symbiosis of fashion and art.

Caviar Kaspa

 17 Place de la Madeleine Paris 75008

Rival of another caviar boutique in Place de la Madeleine, Café Prunier.

Gabrielle Laroche

 12 rue de Beaune Paris 75007 also at 25 rue de Lille Paris 75007 Métro: Rue du Bac

Paintings, sculpture and woodcuts from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and 17th century.

Dalia and Rose

 9 rue du Marché Saint-Honoré Paris 75001

Former fashion model Clélia Moretton champions "ethical luxury" at her bijou concept store Dalia and Rose, where she showcases glamorous Aquaverde jeans, silver talisman jewelry from Niger and luxurious alpaca accessories for both sexes by the Bolivian fair-trade brand Andes Made.

Louis Quatorze

 106 rue Vieille du Temple Paris 3rd Métro: Saint-Sébastien-Froissart

This lovely boutique showcases the label’s flawlessly crafted, high-quality handbags, understated but clearly a cut above the mainstream. Though the company was founded in 1908, it was recently revitalized in 2009 with a new team of designers noted for their taste, discretion and allure. Their handbags are timeless, and probably going to last as long as you do, or longer. The boutique also carries small leather goods and an evolving selection of artisan jewelry.

Francis Kurkdjian

 5 rue d'Alger Paris 75001

The parfumerie of the man who created the "scent of money" for French artist Sophie Calle, and in the summers of 2007 and 2008 he filled the fountains at the Château de Versailles with the fragrance of strawberries, melon and pears. Also offers scented bubble bath for kids and scented, monogrammed leather wristbands.

Antoine & Lili

 95 quai de Valmy; 87 rue de Seine; 17 rue du Jour Paris 75010; 75006; 75001

One of the first fashion hot spots along the Canal Saint Martin: three adjacent stores with crayon-colored facades—hot pink for womenswear, canary yellow for kitsch home decor, lime green for kids’ clothes, toys and gifts. Now branched out into Saint Germain des Prés and the old Les Halles areas.

Le Bon Marché

 24 rue de Sèvres Paris 75007

Founded in 1852, it’s the oldest of the major department stores, and the only one on the Left Bank, now owned by luxury goods group LVMH and catering to an upmarket crowd, with cutting-edge designer labels and custom-made suits for men.
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