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A.P.C.

 38 rue Madame, 8th 112 rue Vieille du Temple, 3rd 12 rue d'Alger, 1st

Cool and casual unisex fashion for young hipsters—dark denims, cords, tee shirts, knits—an international label launched in 1988 by French designer Jean Touitou.

La Bagagerie

 41 rue du Four Paris 75006

A trendy fashion leader in handbags and luggage since it was first launched by designer Jean Marlaix in 1954, now run by his son Frédéric Marlaix. Other branches are located at 12 rue Tronchet and 11 rue Faubourg Saint-Honore in the 8th arrondissement; 74 rue de Passy in the 16th; and in the commercial centre attached to the Tour Montparnasse.

Galerie Daniel Templon

 30 rue Beaubourg, Paris 75003 Métro: Rambuteau

A contemporary gallery featuring established and up-and-coming artists.

Périgot

 16 blvd des Capucines Paris 75009

Really useful home equipment, from feather dusters to shopping carts, and great foldup, ecologically friendly shopping bags to tuck into purse or pocket and unfold when needed.

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.

Ovale

 40, Bld Haussman, 75007 Paris 21, rue Marbeuf, 75008 Paris

Ultra-upmarket children’s clothing, mostly in subdued shades of ivory and beige, along with solid-silver rattles and gold jewelry for tiny tots. Well known for giant plush polar bears in the window displays.

L’Ours du Marais

 9 Rue Alasseur Paris 75015

A shop entirely devoted to teddy bears, dressed up in every conceivable fashion, including full Napoleon regalia.

Galerie d’Art St-Honoré

 69 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré Paris 75008 Métro: Miromesnil

Paintings from the 16th- to 18th-century Northern European School, mainly Flemish—including Brueghel, Cranach, and Jan Van Kessel.

Salons du Palais Royal Shiseido

 Palais Royal, 142 galerie de Valois 25 rue de Valois Paris 75001

Intoxicating fragrances and luxury cosmetics by master perfumer Serge Lutens, in an enchanting Palais Royal boutique.

Dior

 30 avenue Montaigne Paris 75008

This 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.

Lancel

 127 ave des Champs Elysées Paris 75008

The flagship store for the venerable French leather goods company known for its luggage and handbags, including a great-looking line named for French actress Isabelle Adjani.

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.
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