Heading to the City of Light? T+L reveals three boutiques not to miss.

Having earned her stripes at Balenciaga and Christian Lacroix, Bouchra Jarrar—known for her suits and dresses with bold, graphic lines—has struck out on her own with a namesake atelier (19 Rue de Cléry, Second Arr.; 33-9/51-59-37-68).

Designer Guillaume Henry has revived the all-but-forgotten French fashion house of Carven (36 Rue St.-Sulpice, Sixth Arr.; 33-1/43-54-78-72), recasting it as “urban, accessible couture for everyday.” Think structured dresses and bowed slingbacks. His latest addition: a dapper men’s collection.

In a world of “it” bags, you’ll be pleased to stumble across La Petite Mendigote, which recently added two Right Bank shops (1 Rue des Abbesses, 18th Arr., and 3 Rue Guichard, 16th Arr.). Everything—from destination-themed travel pouches to printed scarves—is stylish and affordable.

Tina Isaac is Travel + Leisure's Paris correspondent.