André

André

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72 Rue de Rennes, Paris, 75006, France

Established by designer André Perugia in 1896, this widespread French footwear chain sells trendy, high-quality shoes at reasonable prices. Considered an early innovator of modern high heels, Perugia used contemporary art and architecture as inspiration for his unusual shoes, such as the gravity-defying “heelless” high heel and the geometric sandal dedicated to Picasso. At this shop in the Sixth Arrondissement—one of many branches throughout the country—the inventory includes both casual and high fashion André originals as well as limited edition shoes from stylish young designers like Katherine Pradeau and Bali Barret.

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