Shopping in The Paris Area

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With street after street of fashion and local specialty boutiques, shopping in Paris is a major reason why wallets and purses always leave the city s... Read More

With street after street of fashion and local specialty boutiques, shopping in Paris is a major reason why wallets and purses always leave the city significantly lighter than when they arrived.

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  • Beaugrenelle Paris

    While Paris's avenues and streets are filled with boutiques, the modern Beaugrennelle shopping center is a rainy day alternative for some Parisian... Read More

  • 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 include... Read More

  • Colette

    Colette is an obligatory stop for any fashionista or designer. Paris' most emblematic and influential boutique stocks the latest limited editions and... Read More

  • Deyrolle

    Once a leading center of taxidermy, this shop dates back to 1831 and is not to be missed. Revived, renewed, and rebuilt after a devastating fire, the... Read More

  • Edwart

    A newcomer on the chocolate scene, Edwart was created by two Frenchmen who love playing with dark and milk chocolate in surprising ways. Filled with... Read More

  • Faguo

    This French brand carries fun shoes and accessories for men and women, featuring designs by a young team of entrepreneurs. A main selling point is that... Read More

  • Free'P'Star

    Many of the smaller vintage clothing shops in Paris's Marais district are closing their doors, but Free'P'Star remains an enclave for guys and gals... Read More

  • Jimmy Fairly

    When it comes to eyewear, Parisians always seem to get it right. Visit Jimmy Fairly to understand why. They design and manufacture their eyewear for men... Read More

  • Le Slip Français

    All things "Made in France" are trending in Paris, and not least among such goods are under-garments. Whether it's boxers or briefs, Le Slip Français... Read More

  • Maison du Miel

    If bees are dying off, you wouldn't know it at the Maison du Miel, a honey institution operating since 1898. Whether it's cookies, candies, mustards,... Read More

  • Marché aux Puces Porte de Clingancourt

    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—could... Read More

  • Marché des Enfants Rouges

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

  • Merci

    This Upper Marais mecca for fashionistas is a huge, light-filled emporium dedicated to designer fashion and accessories—for men and women, jewelry,... Read More

  • Profiterole Cherie

    Famed pastry chef Philippe Urraca opened a truly unique shop in the Marais district in 2014 dedicated to the one and only profiterole. Reinventing the... Read More

  • Shakespeare and Co

    This mythic bookshop has been a much-loved part of Parisian literary life for generations. George Whitman's daughter, Sylvia, keeps the memories alive,... Read More

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