AROUND THE HOTEL PARIS SHOPPING
How good it is to redo your wardrobe by robbing the designer boutiques of the Pigalle and Montmartre districts or the big brands of Galeries Lafayette! Here are the best addresses in our neighborhood
Galeries Lafayette is the largest department store in Paris! Located just a twelve-minute walk from our hotel, this internationally renowned brand brings together the biggest ready-to-wear brands, not to mention designers.
40 boulevard Haussmann
+33 (0) 1 42 82 34 56
Former star model of the 80s, Anouschka receives guests in a 300 m2 apartment transformed into Ali Baba’s cave. She stores in this showroom “like at home”, on racks arranged everywhere from floor to ceiling, unique pieces of designers collected for more than 30 years. Each dress, each sweater has a little story. High-end vintage fashion enthusiasts will find pieces from the 20s to 80s here, from Courrèges to John Galliano, from Versace to Givenchy.
6 avenue du Coq
+33 (0) 1 48 74 37 00
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The secret to getting a real Parisian look in our neighborhood: Le Set Cinq, a concept store of young 100% Parisian designers.
It is also a cozy place where you can meet over tea and some cakes!
54 rue Notre-Dame de Lorette
+33 (0) 9 83 55 05 95
Quality clothes made by designers unearthed with taste by Lisa, who opened this shop in March 2009. Clothes rather sexy and close to the body!
30 rue Henri Monnier
+33 (0) 1 42 80 30 41
If you are lost in the alleys of Montmartre, at least try to find rue Houdon! Designed like a small apartment, this concept store in the Abbesses district is a real treat for the eyes… A wonderful return to the past with a display of little wonders in a powder pink atmosphere. Retro and poetic atmosphere guaranteed.
5 rue Houdon
+33 (0) 1 42 51 29 87
A shop that is more suitable for men! Beware, prices can be a bit high. A high-end version of urban style.
7 rue Henri Monnier
DESIGN & ANTIQUES
Les Puces De Saint-Ouen
Antique dealers, merchants, creators, designers, craftsmen and artists are gathered at the Puces de Saint-Ouen, a suburb near Paris. A market full of wonders in an exceptional atmosphere. Classical antiques (furniture, bronzes, lights, tableware, jewellery, toys, books, period clothes) rub shoulders with more surprising antiques (scientific objects, sporting goods, old tools, archaeological pieces, etc.).
Les Puces de Saint-Ouen
Marché Paul Bert
96-110 rue des Rosiers
93400 Saint Ouen
Both boutique and gallery, Spree presents clothing (Martin Margiela, Isabel Marant, Comme des Garçons, Marc by Marc Jacobs), fifties, sixties and seventies furniture (Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé, Friso Kramer, Eames, Vico Magistretti), works of art and fashion accessories.
16, rue la Vieuville
+33 (0) 1 42 23 41 40
P like Pierre, A like Assia, the two designers have imagined a decoration shop like an offbeat lab, which reinvents everyday objects while having fun. Unbreakable vases, lovers’ mittens to warm up for two. Children, on the other hand, love the curved school rulers, which bend as soon as you let them go, and avoid pen marks and ethical comforters covered with labels on which you can read the rights of the child.
2 bis rue Fléchier
+33 (0) 1 42 85 20 85
Montaigne Style Paris
Need expert advice? To be at the forefront of fashion, let stylist Thomas Leruez de Montaigne Style guide you when shopping!
Montaigne Style Paris
42 Cours Albert 1er
+33 (0) 1 77 12 65 59