Dalia and Rose
9 rue du Marché Saint-Honoré Paris 75001Former 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.
Louvre des Antiquaires
2 place du Palais Royal, Paris 75001 Métro: Palais RoyalA vast, three-story building with 250 galleries covering some 30 different areas of expertise, from archaeology, coins and stamps to medieval manuscripts, Art Deco furnishings and fine jewellery.
Café de Flore Boutique
26 rue Saint-Benoit Paris 75006The souvenir and gift shop of the famed literary café of Saint Germain des Prés, offering its logo tableware, linens and even bistrot tables and chairs.
14 rue de la Corderie Paris 3rd Métro: TempleA fabulous concept boutique Paris’s Haut Marais where clothes are displayed on a curtained mini-stage, jewelry is in a stylized coffin and the mannequins seem ready to speak, as if right off a Jean Cocteau movie set. Some of the shop’s limited-edition pieces are closest in spirit to theatrical costumes, but there are plenty of outstanding everyday pieces, along with some fairly wacky headgear, handmade leather goods, a small vintage collection and a bookstore.
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.
107Rivoli – Les Arts Décoratifs
107 rue de Rivoli Paris 1st Métro: Palais Royal - Musée du LouvreBooks, jewelry, fashion accessories, toys, tableware and art objects selected for their craftsmanship and relevance to contemporary design and decoration. One of the city's top museum shops, it also includes an excellent selection of books on art and design.
Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
11 ave du Président Wilson Paris 16th Métro: Alma-Marceau or Iéna; RER Pont de l'AlmaThe city’s modern and contemporary art museum, with a permanent collection ranging from the early 20th century to the present day. Closed Mon.
64 blvd Haussmann Paris 75009With three buildings—Mode, Beauté/Maison and Homme—Printemps offers 27 floors of high-end fashion and home decor, including an entire floor of luxury accessories and a huge selection of beauty products and rare perfumes. As well as a 10 percent discount for individual foreign shoppers (register at the Welcome Service, ground floor, Mode building), Printemps also offers a unique concierge service, at a fee for French clients but free for foreign passport holders. Almost anything within reason can be arranged, from a chauffeured car to visit Versailles to a table at a top restaurant or tickets to the Paris Opéra.
404 rue Saint Honoré Paris 75001Handsome handbags, luggage and other luxury leather goods and accessories, including a top-selling canvas tote imprinted “Ceci est un IT BAG”.
5 rue de Vivienne Paris 75002, Métro: Bourse and 11 quai François-Mauriac, 75013 Paris, Métro: Quai de la GareThe French national library, offering regular temporary art and history exhibits, now divided between the 19th-century Richelieu site and the new glass towers of the Mitterrand site. Both locations closed Sun am and Mon.