Best Boutiques in Paris

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WENHUA DUVERGÉ in Paris

WENHUA DUVERGÉ

31, rue legendre, Paris 75017

"BE ECOLO, BE CHIC!" Following the ecological Slow Fashion concept of WENHUA DUVERGÉ from Paris.

Best Known For: Eco-chic designer, slow fashion in an organic and recycled way.

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Sept Cinq in Paris

Sept Cinq

26 rue Berger , Paris 75 001

A boutique and cafe combo, Sept Cinq exclusively carries locally handmade finds from Parisian artisans. No cupcake nor leather clutch is typical, brand name nor of poor quality. Scoop you up a coffee, a piece of cake, bag, jewelry and a pair of shoes to go.

Best Known For: Beautiful accessories, handmade in Paris

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Le Corner des Createurs in Paris

Le Corner des Createurs

24 rue de Lappe, Paris 75011

Corner-des-Createurs is comprised of two stores, one sells accessories and the other sells fabrics. While more than 80% of the products are made by French designers, inventory is from around the world.

Best Known For: Accessories, jewelry and clothes by young French designers

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Neighborhoods in Paris

Montorgueil

Montorgueil is a charming neighborhood that has preserved much of its 18th and 19th century architecture and authenticity of local markets. The pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is sprinkled with restaurant terraces and cool bars.

Marais

The Marais is centered on the beautiful Place des Vosges. Its streets conceal everything from kosher butcher shops to Victor Hugos house, with a healthy number of boutiques and galleries dispersed in between.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés

This neighborhood is known for its antiques and art galleries, chic shopping district and cobbled medieval streets. And of course Les Deux Magots café, the famed watering hole frequented by intellectuals such as Simone de Beauvoir.

Bastille

Sight of the first uprising of the French Revolution, the neighborhood has since calmed considerably, threatening only sartorial revolution in the windows of its many fashionable shops.

Pigalle

Paris infamous Red Light District, Pigalle is home to numerous burlesques, including the Moulin Rouge. Today the up-and-coming neighborhood also offers cool shopping opportunities for those keeping their clothes on.

Montmartre

In the 19th century, Montmartre was best known for its bohemian painter population. In present day, the neighborhood, crowned by the beautiful Sacr Coeur cathedral, has lost none of its romantic charm.

République

Bustling with the day-to-day tasks of Paris' well-versed residents, République is the home neighborhood of the best, local bakeries, boutiques and more because to a native Parisian in their own neighborhood, anything not "superbe" is for the tourists.