Paris, France, is considered one of the world’s finest cities for shopping, with its numerous bustling streets lined with high-end boutiques and concept stores. The city offers many iconic shopping destinations for locals, visitors, and travelers to explore, such as Boulevard Saint Germain, Rue du Commerce, Les Halles, Le Marais, Rue de Rivoli, and the Saint-Ouen Flea Market.
1.Antoine et Lili
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Antoine et Lili is a vibrant clothing and accessories store that is located on Quai de Valmy in Paris, France. Since 1994, the store has developed a very chic, bohemian style that is influenced by different colors and cultures found all around the world. The fashion selections at Antoine et Lili are always timeless, very colorful, feminine, and original. Shoppers will find unique items like hand-made embroidered coats, jewels from India, flamenco shoes, and Chinese pants. The collections are drawn up in Paris, and a large portion of the clothing is manufactured in France. Some of the shop favorites include the Wild Silk Dress, Bleu Large Dress, and Coca Long Jacket.
95 Quai de Valmy, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-40-37-41-55
Established in April of 2013, BEAUBIEN is a men’s select clothing store that is situated along Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth in Paris, France. The store’s buyers have a great passion for exceptional products, as well as the idea of introducing and supporting fresh brands to the city of Paris. The initial concept of the store was to find and sell products that were difficult to find around the city, items that have been sourced internationally from Japan, Europe, and the US. Gentlemen will find a plethora of nice accessories and great casual clothing. Some featured brands include Jungmaven, Buddy, Manastash, Toka Toka, Sunspel, and Our Legacy.
21 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth, Paris, France, Phone: +33-9-80-36-00-72
Bonton is a heavenly kid’s store that is located on Boulevard Des Filles du Calvaire in Paris, France. Shoppers will find this three-level children’s haven situated just a few steps from the Merci store. Inside they’ll find the store packed with kid’s apparel, toys, shoes, decors, and accessories. The store is equipped with a photo booth for taking fun pictures with the kids, as well as little fitting rooms, and a play space. Everything in the store is so colorful and eye-catching, even adults will feel like excited little kids again. Boys will love the Tartan Jacket, while the girls may gravitate toward the Short Duffle Coat.
5 Boulevard Des Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-72-34-69
© Boutique AMPM
Boutique AMPM is a sophisticated furniture store that is situated along rue Bonaparte in Paris, France. There are several furniture pieces constructed of raw materials that include longan, suar wood, elm, lava stone, and teak root. Shoppers will find decorative objects and textures inspired by different types of flora and fauna found all around the world. The large variety of furniture and art make it a breeze to find the right piece for certain styles, whether it be rustic, contemporary, or classic. From straight sofas to duvets and pillows to dining room tables to special lighting, Boutique AMPM has it all.
62 rue Bonaparte, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-40-09-95-33
5.Bring Home France
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Bring Home France is a charming gift shop that was created by long-time friends Nathalie and Mathilde, located on Rue de Birague in Paris, France. Knowing how difficult it was for travelers to find authentic and quality French souvenirs, the two came up with the brilliant idea of opening a gift shop where travelers could find such souvenirs with ease – in one place. As soon as shoppers enter the store they’re greeted by cheerful staff members who are excited about helping them find the right souvenir or gift. Visitors will find items like the French colored Wooden Eiffel Tower, Views of Paris Playing Cards, and Old Sport Wooden Toy Cars.
3 Rue de Birague, Paris, France, Phone: +33-9-81-64-91-09
6.Cheap Monday Paris Store
The Cheap Monday Paris Store got its start in March of 2004, when their first tight denim jean with the edgy skull logo hit the market. Shoppers will find this fashion-forward clothing store situated along Rue Vieille du Temple in Paris, France. The first brick and mortar store that was opened by the owners of Cheap Monday was called the Weekend, as they were only open during weekend hours. As the popularity of the store and its merchandise selections grew, so did the hours, eventually turning the name of the store into Weekday. Now Cheap Monday can be found in nearly 1800 stores in over 35 different countries. Men and women will find the perfect jeans at Cheam Monday.
121 Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-76-75-82-30
COS is an extraordinarily successful fashion brand for men and women, with an attractive physical location along Rue des Rosiers in Paris, France. Shoppers who are looking for pieces that are well-considered, modern, and functional, will definitely appreciate the wide-variety of selections offered at COS. Offering wardrobe essentials and reinvented classics, COS creates pieces that are meant to last beyond just a season. New techniques and traditional methods are merged together to form understated, timeless collections. Since the brand’s launch in 2007, they’ve opened stores within carefully considered locations all around the world. From cardigans to dresses to pants to tops, COS has everything the discerning shopper could possibly want.
4 Rue des Rosiers, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-70-70-33-90
Established in 2005, Fleux is a home goods store that specializes in design and lifestyle, located on Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie in Paris, France. Fleux is a great place to find home decorations, designer furniture pieces, or an original gift. The store offers a wide selection of home lighting, such as different kinds of bulbs, table lamps, ceiling lamps, wall lamps, and suspension lighting. The store is also equipped with a large collection of textiles and cushions. Shoppers will appreciate the store’s many different styles of furniture pieces, like Scandinavian, contemporary, and classic. Some of the designers represented include Enostudio, Broste Copenhagen, and Ferm Living.
39 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-78-27-20
9.G-Star RAW Store
Since it got its start in 1989, G-Star RAW Store’s philosophy has been, ‘just the product.’ Travelers will find this cherished clothing store situated along Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine in beautiful Paris, France. The store is known for specializing in luxury denim jeans made with high-level craftsmanship. The brand’s evolution of distinctive silhouettes, as well as their adoption of 3-D and architectural thinking have all played an integral role in denim construction. G-Star promotes the inherent beauty that denim offers by creating treatments and washes that highlight its qualities and characteristics. Men and women will find everything from jeans to jackets to tops to footwear, and accessories.
24 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-43-46-30-86
10.Iro Saint Sulpice
Iro Saint Sulpice is a clothing store that was established in 2005, located on Rue Saint-Sulpice in Paris, France. The store is the brainchild of Laurent and Arik Bitton, two young visionaries with a passion for music, design, and architecture. IRO offers shoppers bold collections to choose from, delivering a blend that is both casual and luxurious. The young men and their team are committed to quality and excellence in every stage of the business. Travelers can find IRO all over the world, from the most recognized Parisian areas to European capitals that include Rome, London, and Brussels, to name a few. Visitors will find everything from jeans to skirts to jackets to dresses, and so much more.
38 Rue Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-43-29-33-08
© Jacadi Paris
Since 1976, Jacadi Paris has re-enchanted and transmitted, all around the world, the elegant and timeless heritage of French Children’s fashion. This prestigious contemporary brand offers younger generation’s stylish selections that respect the freshness and tenderness of childhood. Shoppers will find everything from baby care to layette to clothes to accessories to footwear. Each store carries selections that range from ages zero to 12, offering something for every moment, and every day of life. Found in 39 countries, Jacadi has 270 successful stores located in some of the world’s most beautiful cities. Some of which include Spain, Italy, Germany, United States, and the United Kingdom.
256 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-84-30-40
© Kiliwatch Paris
Kiliwatch Paris has been planting its roots within the heart of Paris, France for over 20 years. Since 1996, the owner has gathered inspiration for his second-hand selections through widely recognized names in couture that include Jean-Paul Gauthier, Paul Smith, Isabel Marant, Christian Lacroix, and many others. Kiliwatch Paris craftsmen journey all over the world to locate and extract the best vintage items that contemporary and street fashion trends call for. Know-how, observation, and passion all summarize the extraordinary work that Kiliwatch Paris team does crisscrossing the globe. A few of the store’s many brands that are carried include Levis Vintage, Grace & Mila, and Blue Heating.
64 Rue Tiquetonne, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-21-17-37
13.Little Extra Rambuteau
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Little Extra Rambuteau is an adorable gift shop that is located along Rue Rambuteau in Paris, France. The shop is pretty large and well-stocked, with the sections being organized by theme, making it easier for the wanderers to find that particular gift. Visitors can own their next party with a colorful piñata stuffed with tasty sweets; or enjoy the perfect afternoon tea with a new tea set; or treat themselves with exceptional bath products after a long day. The staff is a bit quirky, but they have a tremendous passion for helping shoppers find that perfect gift, whether it be for a birthday, anniversary, promotion, or any other celebration.
120 Rue Rambuteau, Paris, France, Phone: +33-9-83-22-72-96
14.MAISONLEJABY - Boutique de lingerie francaise
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MAISONLEJABY – Boutique de lingerie francaise is a popular lingerie store that is situated on Rue des Saints-Peres in Paris, France. Although the company has origins that date back to 1884, Lejaby officially got its start in the year of 1930. After a brief closure and partial liquidation in 2007, the company returned as Maison Lejaby in 2012. The company believes that “well-chosen lingerie is a guaranteed of comfort and self-confidence, and allows women to preserve the beauty of their chest over the years.” From the Slip Embroidery Pink to the Support Triangle Armature Embroidery Black to the Support Push-up Embroidery black, Maison Lejaby has the perfect lingerie selection for all.
70 Rue des Saints-Peres, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-43-22-70-65
Maje is a popular clothing label with authorized retailers all over the world. There are a number of flagship stores in the city of Paris, France. The label’s collections bring a particular ease when it comes to looking great. The designs are up-to-the-moment, original, and not too expensive – which is the reason why the company has expanded so successfully and rapidly. Ladies will enjoy seasonal collections that include minis in almost every form; skinny, peg-leg trousers in leather and denim; as well as some of the finest outerwear around. Must-have items include the cropped faux fur jacket, blazer-style blouse, and long printed wrap dress.
35 Avenue des Champs-Elysees, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-40-75-05-84
Merci is a trendy, three-story boutique that specializes in design objects and fashion items, located along Boulevard Beaumarchais in Paris, France. The store features several large, open spaces, a glass roof, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. The store was established in March of 2009, within the heart of Haut-Marais’ historic district. Merci brings the very best of clothing fashion, home design, and business design all in one place. The store features luxurious clothing for both men and women, distinctive furniture pieces, a variety of lighting options, and several high-tech gadgets. From tops and bottoms to footwear to leather handbags to must-have accessories, Merci is a one-stop shop for everything the discerning shopper would need.
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-77-00-33
17.Milk on the Rocks
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Milk on the Rocks is a wildly-popular children’s clothing store that is located on Rue de Mezieres in Paris, France. Since the very first collection in 2006, Milk on the Rocks has continued to offer some of the most eclectic designs found in children’s fashion. The label uses the most current trends when designing their everyday and casual clothing. The brand has a lot of diverse inspiration; like haute couture, travel, and pop culture, offering an exceptional mix of comfortable fabrics, original details, and surprising colors. Kids will be feeling great as they exit the store in their new threads, footwear, and accessories.
7 Rue de Mezieres, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-45-49-19-84
© Mix Beauty
The first Mix Beauty store opened its doors in March of 2010, within the Les Arcades Shopping Center in Noisy-le-Grand, Paris, France. The original space offered was equipped with a Spa, a Nails Bar, and a beauty salon, all in one place. In 2012, the second store was inaugurated within a space at the Creteil Soleil Shopping Center. From there it’s continued to grow, adding a location at Evry Commercial Center in 2014, and another in the center of Paris in 2016. Mix Beauty is the one-stop-shop for facial care, makeup, body care, hair management, and accessories. Some of the top-selling brands include Avlon, Design Essentials, Elegant Touch, and Honey Organics.
9 Rue des Lavandieres Sainte-Opportune, Paris, France, ++33-1-83-79-96-66
Monki is a popular Swedish fashion store with locations all around the world, including on Rue de Provence in Paris, France. Founded in 2006 by the owners of Cheap Monday and Weekday, the store specializes in women’s clothing, footwear, and accessories. The brand was partly acquired in 2008 by Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), eventually becoming wholly owned by the group in December of 2010. The Paris store features interiors that are very upbeat, and highly Instagrammable. The blending metal finishes, furniture, and round shapes all add to the store’s overall cheerful atmosphere. From the Chunky Knit Sweater to the Wide Leg Corduroy Trousers to the Lace-up Ankle Boots, Monki’s got a piece for every occasion.
96 Rue de Provence, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-76-77-56-10
PORTOBELLO is a glamorous home goods store that is located at the corner of Rue du Roi de Sicile and Rue de Ecouffes in Paris, France. Situated in the center of the Saint Paul village, locals and visitors will find a place that offers distinctive decorative touches that evoke a certain sense and feel of London, yet remains very French in many regards. The wide range of selections invites shoppers to discover the exquisite pieces being offered by the young and talented designers. The store has a chic loft vibe to it, and is equipped with numerous well-chosen pieces from various collections that include lighting, decorative objects, furniture, and linens.
32 Rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-42-72-27-74
Sandro is a men and women’s clothing store with locations all around the world, including the one on Rue du Depart in Paris, France. The brand’s DNA is directly related to the city of Paris. It expresses through its many collections the very essence of chic and cool Parisian spirit, with effortless French elegance, and a unique twist. Sandro’s fashion house is situated in the center of the city, where ateliers and studios conceive their collections. The elegant, yet strong designs are combined with luxurious, high-quality materials for creating lasting pieces. From the Raw Jeans to the Fine Point Sweater to the Printed Pleated Skirt and Tweed Vest Jacket, shopper’s will have many stylish selections to choose from.
2 Rue du Depart, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-43-20-29-03
Sessun is a fashion-forward women’s clothing store with a location on Rue de Charonne, in the beautiful city of Paris, France. Emma Francis, the owner and designer of Sessun, has been creating exquisite garments for decades, gathering inspiration from her travels all around the world. There are so many things that help inspire some Emma’s best work, like a story, record sleeve, a film, range of colors, a song, and so much more. Always anticipating tones, shapes, prints, and cuts, as well as listening to trends, has helped Emma stay at the forefront. Shoppers will find ready-to-wear selections from various collections that include coats and parkas, dresses, denim, t-shirts, and blouses.
34 Rue de Charonne, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-48-06-55-66
SoWeAre is a delightful fashion accessories store that is conveniently situated along Rue Keller in Paris, France. The shop was founded by two long-time friends Helene and Magali. The idea for SoWeAre was to be an e-shop, as well as a Parisian concept store. Shoppers will find an eclectic collection of trendy and original ready-to-wear lifestyle pieces, products, and accessories; found in England, France, and Nordic countries. The ladies have a strong desire for promoting different kinds of styles. Daring with colors, daring with the mixture of prints and materials. Discerning shoppers will find everything from footwear to scarves to socks to bags to jewelry.
13 Rue Keller, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-48-06-70-66
24.The Broken Arm
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The Broken Arm is a concept store and restaurant that is situated on a sunny, quiet corner within the 3rd arrondissement, just across the street from the Square du Temple in Paris, France. The shop quickly attracted creative crowds of people, with its bright and inviting space. The store was founded by Romain Joste, Anais Lafarge, and Guillaume Steinmetz, after years of running a fashion and lifestyle website together. The shop carries many of the brands that all of the founders have featured and admired on their former online magazine. Some of those brands include Maison Margiela, Prada, Namacheko, Kiko Kostadinov, and Stone Island.
12 Rue Perree, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-44-61-53-60
25.The Frankie Shop
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The Frankie Shop has been recognized as a go-to place for minimal, unfussy, wallet-conscious styles. The shop has a wildly-successful location in New York City, as well as Paris, France, along Rue Saint-Claude. Frankie is set on inspiring the girls who enjoy affordable, luxe-looking basics, while connecting with her inner-city lifestyle; whether by subway, taxi, bike, or cobblestone. Shoppers should think timeless touches and classic shapes when it comes to her selections. Visitors will also see hard-to-find international selections from the Ukraine, Russia, Korea, Australia, Spain, and many more. From button belted dresses to butter patent hooded jackets to the deep blue bucket bag, ladies are sure to find a piece they’ll love at a price they’ll love.
14 Rue Saint-Claude, Paris, France, Phone: +33-1-49-96-52-39
25 Best Paris Shopping Spots
- Antoine et Lili, Photo: Antoine et Lili
- BEAUBIEN, Photo: BEAUBIEN
- Bonton, Photo: Bonton
- Boutique AMPM, Photo: Boutique AMPM
- Bring Home France, Photo: Bring Home France
- Cheap Monday Paris Store, Photo: dietwalther/stock.adobe.com
- COS, Photo: zest_marina/stock.adobe.com
- Fleux, Photo: Fleux
- G-Star RAW Store, Photo: FedotovAnatoly/stock.adobe.com
- Iro Saint Sulpice, Photo: agcreativelab/stock.adobe.com
- Jacadi Paris, Photo: Jacadi Paris
- Kiliwatch Paris, Photo: Kiliwatch Paris
- Little Extra Rambuteau, Photo: Little Extra Rambuteau
- MAISONLEJABY - Boutique de lingerie francaise, Photo: MAISONLEJABY – Boutique de lingerie francaise
- Maje, Photo: Maje
- Merci, Photo: Merci
- Milk on the Rocks, Photo: Milk on the Rocks
- Mix Beauty, Photo: Mix Beauty
- Monki, Photo: Stanislaw/stock.adobe.com
- PORTOBELLO, Photo: PORTOBELLO
- Sandro, Photo: Sandro
- Sessun, Photo: Sessun
- SoWeAre, Photo: SoWeAre
- The Broken Arm, Photo: The Broken Arm
- The Frankie Shop, Photo: Struzhkova Ilona/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: Alliance/stock.adobe.com