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  • Gosselin

    Philippe Gosselin learned the art of baking from his father and hails from a family of bread artisans. Since 1989, his boulangerie-pâtisserie has c... More
  • Goyard

    Esteemed luggage manufacturer Goyard has been in business on the rue Saint-Honoré since 1853. Window displays of colorful totes catch the eyes of p... More
  • Guerlain

    In business in the city of lights for nearly two centuries, this iconic perfumerie dating to 1912 is one of the world's oldest perfume houses. A bi... More
  • Halle St.-Pierre

    Situated at the foot of Montmartre, this iron-and-glass Baltard-style structure was a 19th-century marketplace before it was converted into a cultu... More
  • Hermès, Paris

    Leather, ready-to-wear, lifestyle accessories retailer Hermès has attracted a fashionable clientele since 1837. Its new flagship store opened its d... More
  • Hoses

    The city's aristocratic Marais district hosts this ritzy repository for designer shoes, handbags, and jewelry owned by stylist and fashion consulta... More
  • Hotel Bel-Ami Spa

    Wellness seekers find health, fitness, and spa offerings at Hotel Bel-Ami Spa in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. Decorated with blonde woo... More
  • Iglaïne

    Paris is known for fashion but Iglaine near Rue Etienne Marcel covers the whole gamut—from modern to early 20th century and from Europe, America, a... More
  • Institut Français de la Mode

    Designed by Jakob + MacFarlane at a pricetag exceeding $60 million, this dramatic green riverfront building is home to the French Institute of Fash... More
  • Iris, Paris

    Ground zero for a dizzying selection of straight-off-the-runway styles, this Italian manufacturer of some of the world's most coveted shoe labels s... More
  • Isabel Marant

    From the exterior, this flagship location of designer Isabel Marant’s boutique looks more like a weathered British pub than haute-fashion epicenter... More
  • Jacquemart-André Museum

    This public museum, just a 15-minute walk from the Arc de Triomphe, was once the home of art collector Édouard André and his wife, painter Nélie Ja... More
  • Jacques Genin

    Before opening his chocolaterie at the end of 2008, Parisian pastry chef and food stylist Jacques Genin only sold direct to Paris’ top restaurants.... More
  • Jardin des Plantes

    The Jardin des Plantes, one of the most renowned botanical gardens in Paris, was founded as a medicinal garden by King Louis XIII in 1635. Located ... More
  • Jean Maniglier

    Located in the northern city of Lille, this home furnishings shop is the namesake of interior designer Jean Maniglier. The store is spread out amon... More

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