Architecture and shopping in Paris

When fashion boutiques become works of art in their own right.

Boutique Louis Vuitton, Paris © OTCP - Stéphanie Rivoal

On the Champs-Elysées, the Louis Vuitton flagship store never empties and has long been a must shopping address. The store's spectacular shop window displays (a major, architectural, artistic and multi-sensory project) contribute to making Paris even more attractive as a destination. This is also true of the building occupied by Ralph Lauren  and the one occupied by leather goods designer Hermès, which opened its first Left Bank address in the former swimming pool of the Lutétia hotel.

Beaugrenelle Paris Adhérent

Shopping centres
12 rue Linois, Paris, 75015

Situated opposite the Seine, in the Beaugrenelle district in the 15th arrondissement, Beaugrenelle Paris is a shopping centre......

Printemps Adhérent

Department stores
64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris, 75009

Created in 1865 by the visionary Jules Jaluzot and listed as a historical monument, Printemps Haussmann is today one of Paris's......

OR DU MONDE Adhérent

Souvenirs - toys | Haute couture, luxury | Accessories
30 rue Daguerre, Paris, 75014

First Green Jeweler in Paris, OR DU MONDE transform the jewelry industry to make it cleaner and more transparent. Fair-trade &......

Louis Vuitton

Haute couture, luxury
101 avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 75008

Trunk-maker since 1854, the presitigous brand opened a museum worthy of its reputation. The Parisian location includes all the......

Ralph Lauren

Haute couture, luxury
173 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris, 75006

Emblem of American fashion drawing inspiration from 'made in the USA' symbols, Ralph Lauren impresses with its discreet and......

Hermès (rue de Sèvres)

Haute couture, luxury
17 rue de Sèvres, Paris, 75006

Hermès opened its third boutique in Paris in the former swimming pool of the hotel Lutetia, which is a listed building. The......

A la Mère de Famille

Gastronomy (caterers, confectioners, etc.)
33-35 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, Paris, 75009

À la Mère de Famille first opened in 1761. Over the years the chocolate shop/confectioners, (which also sells ice cream, cakes......