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  • Thierry Mugler

    Famed fashion designer and perfumer, Thierry Mugler began crafting clothes at Parisian boutique, Gudule, at the age of 24. Two years later, he was ... More
  • Third Arrondissement

    At only 289 acres, the largely residential Third Arrondissement is the second smallest district in Paris. The neighborhood contains the northern se... More
  • Van Cleef & Arpels

    Opened in 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels’ first boutique still occupies the same spot in the elegant Place Vendome. Designed by Patrick Jouin, the luxuri... More
  • Van Cleef & Arpels

    This Paris jewelry shop is a fantasy of pure luxury and understated glamour, an extravaganza of pale creams and beiges, gently curving display ... More
  • Vanessa Bruno

    The haute fashion house of Vanessa Bruno is located in the city's sixth arrondissement. The daughter of Danish 1960’s supermodel and French fashion... More
  • Vélib’

    Vélib’ is an affordable public bike-sharing system in Paris with approximately 20,000 two-wheelers and 1,800 stations. The three-speed gray bikes c... More
  • Versant Vins

    In-the-know locals head to this spruced-up wine booth at the Marché des Enfants Rouges — the city’s oldest open-air food market. Here at “watershed... More
  • Vintage Roads

    Vintage Roads is a car-for-hire service with a fleet of classic restored Traction Avant Citroën vehicles. These large touring cars from the 1930s-5... More
  • Voyages Boutique

    Since 1997, well-heeled travelers have shopped this boutique in the Marché Serpette for labels like Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Moynat, Chanel, and Goya... More
  • Voyageurs du Monde

    Whether travelers seek a Chilean cruise, a snowmobile safari in Sweden, or winter in a villa on stilts in Maldives, Voyageurs du Monde makes it hap... More
  • Walking the Left Bank

    A trip to Paris is not complete with a jaunt along the Left Bank, or the Latin Quarter, home of the University of Paris. A typical walk begins at S... More
  • Watch the Sunset from the Iron Pont des Arts

    Built between 1802 and 1804, the pedestrian-only Pont des Arts bridge is a sought after destination among romantics and artists, who turn out in dr... More
  • Wini June

    Nestled in the very hip 3rd Arrondissement, this minuscule boîte has the look of a cultivated living room. Its dove-gray walls, white curtains, Emp... More
  • WK Accessories

    Top label-lovers scour the racks of Dominique Balloffet's dépôt-vente (consignment shop) for secondhand Prada skirts, Lanvin shoes, and black Birki... More
  • Yves Andrieux Vincent Jalbert

    The utilitarian, oddly chic designs at Yves Andrieux Vincent Jalbert are made from unlikely antique fabrics—parachute nylon, canvas, and cotton ori... More

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