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Yves Saint Laurent

 6 pl Saint-Sulpice Paris 6th

The main womenswear store of the company founded by the late designer, known for the fashion revolution that put women into pants suits and sexy smoking jackets.

Arty Dandy

 1 rue de Furstemberg Paris 75006 Métro: Mabillon

An impossibly chic gallery boutique that mixes fashion with art books, housewares, jewelry, small leather goods, sunglasses, perfumes and fine art. As in a gallery, the inventory changes constantly—clothing according to season and everything else according to whatever owner Axel Teinturier finds interesting and clever: eye-catching ornaments for the home, plush designer rugs, classic merino sweaters for men and ostrich-leather handbags for women.

Galerie Maeght

 2 rue du Bac Paris 75007 Métro: Rue du Bac

Founded in Cannes in 1936 by Aimé Maeght, dealer and friend of Braque, Matisse, Léger and Miró, the prestigious gallery is still run by the Maeght family and still handles modern and contemporary artists including Giacometti, Calder, Miró, Adami, Chillida, Van Velde and Pol Bury.

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

 7 rue Debelleyme, Paris 75003 Métro: Filles-du-Calvaire

A chic contemporary art gallery run by the noted Austrian dealer Ropac, located in a Marais courtyard. Among the artists he reagularly shows are Mimmo Paladino, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Tom Sachs and Gilbert & George.

Darga & Lansberg Galerie

 36 rue de Seine, Paris 75006 Métro: Mabillon

Modern and contemporary paintings and drawings.
Boutique de l’Assemblée Nationale

Boutique de l’Assemblée Nationale

 7 rue Aristide Briand Paris 75007

The 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.

Little VIP

 1 rue Saint Simon Paris 75007

Childrenswear from a range of trendy labels including Kids Case and Bill Tornade.

Kraemer & Cie

 43 rue de Monceau Paris 75008

In business since 1875, the oldest and one of the most prestigious of the city’s galleries specializing in top-quality 17th- and 18th-century furniture and objets d’art, shown in the family's private residence.


 18 rue de l'Arcade Paris 75008

Brightly-colored faïence tableware produced in the town of Gien, in the Loiret, in central France, with dozens of traditional and contemporary patterns and motifs including Parisian scenes and Monet’s gardens at Giverny.

Musée National du Moyen Age–Musée Cluny

 6 place Paul-Painlevé Paris 75005 Métro: Cluny-La Sorbonne.

A wonderful museum of medieval history and art, including the renowned Lady and the Unicorn tapestries, housed in a resplendent 15th-century residence built on top of immense early Roman baths.

Au Nain Bleu

 252 blvd Saint-Germain Paris 75007

The city’s most famous toyshop, with a vast selection of playthings deluxe.


 10 ave George V Paris 75008

If Nicolas Ghesquière's shining reputation for women's fashion weren't enough, the fashion house partnered with star Charlotte Gainsbourg in 2010 for the creation and marketing of their first new scent in over ten years.
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