Concept stores, designer goods and arty shopping

Avant-garde products for shoppers looking for something different.

Concept stores

Concept-store Merci © OTCP - Stéphanie Rivoal

Fifteen years ago, Colette was Paris’s first concept store. Since then it has given rise to many others with varied and often innovative products.

On boulevard Beaumarchais, Merci offers clothing, furniture and decorative objects as well as two places to eat and relax. Around 100 metres away, on boulevard des Filles-du-Calvaire, Bonton is a concept store for children.

 L’Éclaireur, in the 8th arrondissement, presents a range of trends in fashion objects, accessories, toys, books and interior decor.

At the Centre Commercial near to the Canal Saint Martin, you’ll find Veja shoes, clothes, second-hand furniture, works of art, as well as bicycles.

In the South Pigalle district, 30 Cancan showcases young international designers. On the avenue des Champs-Elysées, Le 66 is a huge retail space devoted to fashion, accessories, books and music. Afwosh, in the 10th arrondissement, sells clothes, jewellery, shoes and bags, and has a delicatessen section.

Edward.Edward, the concept store of the ready-to-wear brand Weill opened in September 2012. For men looking for quality shoes, Black & Goodyear has a great choice of Oxford and Derby shoes, as well as a shoe shining service. Concept stores also extend to the world of animals at Moustaches, which is devoted to cats and dogs.

In multi-brand boutiques it is easy to put together a new wardrobe, discover new designers and anticipate future trends.

Montaigne Market, situated in avenue Montaigne, offers men and women’s ready to wear, accessories and jewellery. In the Marais, Suite.341 presents the collections of Maje, Sandro and Claudie Pierlot. Finally, Lilou au Balcon specializes in lingerie.

Design shops

Fleux, collection d'ampoules, Paris © OTCP - DR

Paris is a landmark destination for lovers of contemporary design. French designers (the Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec brothers, Patrick Jouin, and Christophe Pillet) attract clients from home and abroad.

In the district, the mini workshop-boutique of the two designers Les Sismo (Antoine Fenoglio and Frédéric Lecourt) showcases their objects. The Marais, a hot spot for design, is home to numerous design showrooms like Byzance Home, devoted to the home, with its exclusive lines in Scandinavian design.

At Lieu Commun, the creations of Matali Crasset share a space with the collections of men’s fashion by Ron Orb. At Fleux et Pylones, you can treat yourself to practical design objects at reasonable prices. The latest trends can also be found in concept stores like Les Eclairagistes for lights, or The House Factory et Serendipity, which sells furniture and objects.

Shopping for art

Librairie, Paris © OTCP - Nicky Bouwmeester

Shopping  for art is a confirmed trend in Paris. Arteum, a concept store for art, presents paintings, photos and sculptures of contemporary artists and reproductions of famous works in three shops in Paris — at the Carrousel du Louvre, at Bercy Village and at La Défense. You’ll find find books on art, chairs inspired by Mondrian, the Nanas by Niki de Saint Phalle with their rounded buttocks, and umbrellas with Magritte motifs.

The gallery Wanted offers art photography at affordable prices from series of 150 copies.

YellowKorner continues its expansion in the capital and offers fine prints at low prices in its nine Parisian galleries.

Paul Bert Serpette Adhérent

Antiques | Art de vivre | Souvenirs - toys | Footwear | Art galleries | Haute couture, luxury | Dpecialist markets | Leatherwear and other bags | Women's fashion | Accessories
110 rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen, 93400

At the heart of the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen, the Paul Bert Serpette antiques market – the world’s largest antique market – has......

Les Fleurs

Souvenirs - toys | Concept stores, multi-brands
6 passage Josset, Paris, 75011

A true hideaway of wonders for amateur jewellery makers and amateur designers, Les Fleurs invites you to forage through the shop.......

Make my D

Concept stores, multi-brands
7 rue La Vieuville, Paris, 75018

A little visit to Nathalie Bui, sister of Barbara, will make your day thanks to a beautiful selection of jeans (Acquaverde,......

Merci

Concept stores, multi-brands
111 boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, 75003

This trendy and individual new concept-store, measuring 1500 m², sells decorative objects, furniture, casual wear and couture......

Montaigne Market

Concept stores, multi-brands | Haute couture, luxury
57 avenue Montaigne, Paris, 75008

The first multibrand luxury boutique opens its doors on avenue Montaigne to present its high-quality, affordable creations in a......

Sentou

Concept stores, multi-brands
26 boulevard Raspail, Paris, 75007

Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Arne Jacobsen, Tsé-Tsé or Isamu Noguchi: Sentou selects the best in design. In this boutique......

Spree

Concept stores, multi-brands | Women's fashion | Men's fashion
16 rue de La Vieuville, Paris, 75018

In simple decor, brightened up by 1970s-style furniture, you can find collections by young designers from London, old vinyls or......

Come on Eileen

Concept stores, multi-brands | Women's fashion
16 rue des Taillandiers, Paris, 75011

Vintage boutique for branded clothing.

Publicis Drugstore

Concept stores, multi-brands
133 avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 75008

The famous Drugstore on the Champs-Elysées (reopened on 4 February 2004) is spread over two levels, with a see-through glass......

La Boutique du Centre Pompidou

Concept stores, multi-brands
Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004

For the redevelopment of the Centre Pompidou boutique, architect Marie Deroudilhe, trained under Patrick Jouin, used the same......

Delfonics

Concept stores, multi-brands
Carrousel du Louvre - 99 rue de Rivoli, Paris, 75001

A stationery shop which frees your creativity? This is the first European boutique from this famous Japanese brand, where you can......