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  • Pretty Box

    Boutique Pretty Box was founded in 2004 when owner Sarah wanted to sell the vintage wardrobe she had amassed during years of world travel. Celebrit... More
  • Pring, Paris

    Paris-based Thai-American designer, writer, and DJ Pring Pichayanund Chinadahporn (known simply as Pring), began her eponymous shoe and accessories... More
  • Printemps

    You could forgive Printemps if it had lost some of its fabled luster after 145 years. But thanks to a $100 million top-to-toe renovation, the famou... More
  • Pure et Rare

    Lined with wooden shelves on stone walls, the airport’s nicest wine and spirits shop covers all regions and budgets (a Chardonnay Vin de Pays, AOC ... More
  • Quai Branly Museum

    Just 100 meters from the Eiffel Tower, the Quai Branly Museum draws crowds to its treasure trove of ethnic art. Opened in 2006, the Jean Nouvel-des... More
  • Quidam de Revel

    The vintage boutique specializes in designer pieces from the 1920’s to the 1980’s. More
  • Ralph Lauren, Paris

    Housed in a five-story limestone hôtel particulier dating back to the 17th century, the 13,000-square-foot flagship, with its Versailles-style parq... More
  • Relais Thalasso

    Take a bike ride to the spa for a seawater treatment. More
  • Relaxation Zones

    Located at either end of Terminal 2E in Charles de Gaulle Airport, these secluded relaxation zones offer a relatively quiet place to relax before o... More
  • Rodolphe Menudier

    Cutting-edge décor meets decadent shoe design at this boutique selling the high-fashion footwear of Rodolphe Menudier. Making its home amongst the ... More
  • Roger Vivier

    Roger Vivier (the man who invited stilettos) was a legendary French shoe designer with a fashion house that still bears his name. Vivier’s flagship... More
  • Rosa Bonheur

    A restored Victorian gingerbread guinguette (drinking place) set in the leafy woods of Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Rosa Bonheur revives the 19th-cent... More
  • Rue le Bec

    The market hosts La Cave à Fromages where wheels of Parmigiano-Reggiano and Comté line the walls of a cavernous cheese cellar. Don’t miss the fresh... More
  • Sainte-Marie de la Tourette

  • Scarlett

    Situated in the Eighth Arrondissement just off Avenue Montaigne, this tiny shop sells vintage haute couture from designers such as Chanel, Louis Vu... More
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