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  • L'Opéra de Lille

    For a relatively small-town venue, L’Opéra de Lille has attracted eminences from all walks of culture to its Beaux-Arts stage (the original 1788 bu... More
  • Losco

    Inspired by Native American leather goods, this atelier des ceintures (belt studio and workshop) first opened in 1979. The original Losco shop and ... More
  • Louis Vuitton

    Within view of the Arc de Triomphe, this Louis Vuitton flagship store is housed regally inside a stylized Haussman building along the legendary Ave... More
  • Louisélio

    Louisélio is the name of this Second Arrondissement ceramic studio and shop, as well as the pseudonym of its owner, contemporary artist Véronique G... More
  • Luxury Shopping

    With the privatization of the Charles de Gaulle airport in 2006, more than 121 shops have opened in Terminal 2, especially in the newer areas such ... More
  • Lydia Courteille

    Lydia Courteille is a haute couture jewelry designer with just one boutique on the ever-chic Rue St.-Honoré. Just around the corner from the dramat... More
  • Magasin Sennelier

    Ever since 1887, when then-unknown Cézanne offered founder Gustave Sennelier tips on his “Couleurs du Quai Voltaire” formulations, this house has b... More
  • Maison Goyard

    Entering this store is like stepping into a kinder, gentler era of travel. Malletier literally means “trunk maker,” and the shop is stocked with ha... More
  • Maison Kayser

    Craftsman boulanger Eric Kayser’s flagship store in Paris opened its doors in 1996. Inside, walls of freshly baked artisan breads and colorful tart... More
  • Marché aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves

    Leave the hotel early on weekend mornings and take the metro to the far left bank outpost of Vanves, then walk a few blocks to Avenue Marc Sangnier... More
  • Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen

    More like a city unto itself than a flea market, this vast expanse—really a series of many markets accommodating a whopping 2,500 dealers—could eas... More
  • Marché aux Puces Porte de Clignancourt

    More like a city unto itself than a mere flea market, this vast expanse—really a series of many markets accommodating a whopping 2,500 dealers—coul... More
  • Marché d’Aligre Market

    One of the city’s best markets, the Marché d’Aligre—located behind the Bastille between the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine and the Rue de Charenton—... More
  • Marché des Enfants Rouges

    Besides trading in colorful produce and lusty charcuterie, this petite marché in the Marais (one of the oldest in Paris) is the spot for an afforda... More

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