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 64 blvd Haussmann Paris 75009

With 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.

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.

Maison de la Truffe

 19 Place de la Madeleine Paris 75008

Has a superb tasting menu that offers tuber-based delicacies such as scallop carpaccio with Brumale truffles, and a shop for gourmet gifts including truffle-infused Armagnac.

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.

Galerie-Musée Baccarat

 11 pl des Etats-Unis Paris 75016 Métro: Boissière

This museum is intended to dazzle. Set up in the former home of the socialite Vicomtesse Marie-Laure de Noailles, this is the flagship of the Baccarat crystal manufacturer, also housing three boutiques and an upscale restaurant. One section of the museum showcases special commissions for Baccarat's most prestigious clients—the Prince of Wales, the Emperor of Japan, the Shah of Iran, King Farouk of Egypt, Josephine Baker, Coco Chanel, Aristotle Onassis, even Pope John Paul II. Closed Sun and Tues.

Louvre des Antiquaires

 2 place du Palais Royal, Paris 75001 Métro: Palais Royal

A 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.

Cire Trudon

 78 rue de Seine Paris 75006

A 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.

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.

Renaud Pellegrino

 149 rue Saint-Honoré 75001

Known for exquisite clutch bags.


 5 blvd des Filles du Calvaire, Paris 75003 82 rue de Grenelle, Paris 75007 122 rue du Bac, Paris 75007

Three immense floors packed with fashion, furniture, interior accessories, toys, books, candy and cupcakes galore. Designer Valérie Mazerat has indulged her inner child to the max here, adding a cozy candy store-cum-café, a retro-style barber shop, a photo machine and cinema corner.

Caviar Kaspa

 17 Place de la Madeleine Paris 75008

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

Musée Dapper

 35 bis rue Paul Valéry Paris 75016 Métro: Victor-Hugo

A private museum offering top-notch temporary exhibits of African art. Closed Tues.
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