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16 Rue de Sèvres, Paris, 75007, France

Frustrated with the lack of stylish but practical children’s clothing in Paris, stay-at-home mom Daniéle Tellinge began designing her own garments in the 1970’s. Her first catalog was two pages long, and Cyrillus (considered Paris’s answer to J. Crew) now has multiple stores across Europe and Asia, as well as a large mail-order business. At this Rue de Sevres shop in the Seventh Arrondissement, the inventory may include silk dresses and pleated blouses for women; leather jackets for men; sweaters and gingham pajamas for children; and a range of house wares such as glass candleholders and silver coffee sets.

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Frustrated with the lack of stylish but practical children’s clothing in Paris, stay-at-home mom Daniéle Tellinge began designing her own garments in the 1970’s. Her first catalog was two pages long, and Cyrillus (considered Paris’s answer to J. Crew) now has multiple stores across Europe and Asia, as well as a large mail-order business. At this Rue de Sevres shop in the Seventh Arrondissement, the inventory may include silk dresses and pleated blouses for women; leather jackets for men; sweaters and gingham pajamas for children; and a range of house wares such as glass candleholders and silver coffee sets.