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Shoe Shopping in Paris

Jessica Antola Pierre Hardy's preppy men's designs

Photo: Jessica Antola

When it comes to stylish slingbacks, sandals, and stilettos, Paris can't be beat. From the Marais to St.-Germain- des-Prés, we've found 10 of the most cutting-edge shoe boutiques in the City of Light. Read the article

Destinations: Paris · 1st Arrondissement

Themes: Shopping

Inspired by: Shoe Shopping in Paris — by Sarah Raper Larenaudie, Published Apr. 2006

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    Cibus

    Situated within the tourist-site triumvirate of the Tuilieries, the Louvre, and the Palais Royal, Cibus offers upscale Italian dining in an atmosph

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    Annick Goutal

    At her flagship store for a line of goods that permeates European and Asian markets and can be found in upscale hotel room bathrooms around the wor

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    Le Bon Marché

    The oldest department store in Paris, Le Bon Marché is considered by some to be the first department store in the world. The store's departments in

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    Biondini

    Founded by Patrick Melloul, Biondini sells a collection of super pricy, and unique, shoes. The largest designer shoe retailer in the city, the comp

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    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

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    Hoses

    The city's aristocratic Marais district hosts this ritzy repository for designer shoes, handbags, and jewelry owned by stylist and fashion consulta

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    Bruno Frisoni

    Famed for his fondness for treating shoes like pieces of clothing — fabrics and even zippers often adorn his designs — Bruno Frisoni sells whimsica

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    Pierre Hardy

    Formerly of Christian Dior and Hermès, impeccably pedigreed shoe designer, Pierre Hardy, displays his sculptural shoes at a black-lacquered space a

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    Michel Vivien

    Parisiennes flock to his diminutive shop on a little street behind the Palais Royal for ultra-feminine sandals.

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    Charles Jourdan

    Since February 2005, creative director Josephus Thimister, formerly of Balenciaga, has boosted Jourdan's style quotient and given the label's class

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    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

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    Christian Louboutin

    Located on a street that’s considered prime territory for hunting down kitten heels, stilettos, and wedges, Louboutin’s leopard-print pumps are pre

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