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Tati

Tati

Don’t be fooled by its name. Sometimes cheap really is cheerful and the sprawling group of Tati stores in Barbès is no exception. Virtually everything is for sale here, the prizes are pleasingly low by Parisian standards, and the... Read More

Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company

Located on the Left Bank opposite Notre Dame, this ramshackle bookshop sells second-hand and new books stacked on floor-to-ceiling shelves. It’s dimly lit and smells of dust but this only adds to its charm. Always teaming with expats... Read More

Rose Bunker

Rose Bunker

This cutesy retro bric-a-brac shop is a vintage-lover’s paradise with clothes, furniture and decorations to kit you and your home out in the style of days gone by. Walls are plastered with vintage prints and posters, while old dial... Read More

Quatrehomme

Quatrehomme

Marie Quatrehomme, the owner of this rustic-style cheese boutique was the first woman to win the Meilleur Ouvrier de France, a coveted award for craftsmanship. Although known for her beaufort, Quatrehomme also sells specialist cheeses... Read More

Printemps

Printemps

There isn’t much you can’t find in this stained glass-roofed store. Men and women’s fashion spans six floors and mixes French designers with international names. There are also extensive home, health, drinks and luggage... Read More

Montaigne Market

Montaigne Market

One of Paris’ first multi-brand designer boutiques, Montaigne Market is a favourite pit stop of celebrity fashionistas, such as the Olsen twins. Established greats such as YSL sit alongside Prabal Gurung and ALICE by Temperley in this... Read More

Monsieur

Monsieur

Ignore the name, Monsieur is actually run by a woman – and a very talented one at that. Nadia Azoug takes classic gold, silver chains and bangles and pummels and blackens them to provide an Art Déco twist. Every design is completely... Read More

Marché aux Puces de St Ouen

Marché aux Puces de St Ouen

Comprised of seven hectares of stalls, some covered by canvas, others open air, the St Ouen flea market is the world’s biggest. Stalls are arranged in little villages and you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve stumbled into a... Read More

Le Bon Marché

Le Bon Marché

Opened in 1848, Le Bon Marché is the city’s oldest department store, however, its crisp white décor, tiled escalators and glass-domed roof make it anything but dated. Expect to find the designer names seen in Lafayette without the... Read More

Galeries Lafayette

Galeries Lafayette

The most upmarket department store in Paris, Galeries Lafayette combines high-end fashion with a vast exotic food section and wine cellar. It has been described as the Harrods of Paris and the store’s boutiques are located on... Read More

Free “P” Star

Free “P” Star

If you’re on the hunt for vintage bargains and you’re feeling determined, Free “P” Star is an absolute treasure trove. Split over two floors, rails burst with military wear, sequins and fur coats whilst handbags and clutches... Read More

Bouquinistes

Bouquinistes

Established in the 16th Century, these open-air green stalls still line both banks of the Seine. A rummage can unearth dog-eared first editions as well as art prints, posters and back issues of iconic French magazines such as Paris Match. Read More

Bogato

Bogato

Pronounced ‘beau gateau’ meaning ‘pretty cake’ in French, this retro café with its red walls and tiled floor is an ode to all things baked. Cupcakes, Nutella tarts and chocolate-coated marshmallows are stacked around the room... Read More

Bercy Village

Bercy Village

One of the more tourist-oriented shopping villages in the capital, Bercy is still a delight to explore; its boutiques offer everything from designer labels and jewellery to sports equipment and DVDs. When you’re done shopping, head... Read More

Agnès B

Agnès B

One of the biggest names in French prêt-à-porter fashion over the past 20 years, Agnès B’s eponymous stores are a must for tourists hoping to emulate the effortless elegance of Parisian women. Wool jumpers, silk evening tops and... Read More


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