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If there’s one thing you should do before leaving Paris, it’s shopping. The City of Light abounds with high-fashion boutiques and luxurious shops, but also trendy concept stores only well-informed visitors know about.

From Scandinavian furniture to intricate jewellery, there’s plenty of places where you can spot that unique souvenir to bring back home.



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  • Maison Nordik

    159 Rue Marcadet, Paris 75018

    Entering Maison Nordik is like stepping into a 1960s Norwegian house. The minimalist, timeless-effect furniture that’s displayed in the luminous shop is crafted by Scandinavian designers, and collected by the boutique’s owners personally.

  • Kiliwatch

    64 rue Tiquetonne, 75002

    A local favourite, the 600sq m Kiliwatch is the place to go for trendy vintage bomber jackets, cut-off Levi’s, and faded American baseball T-shirts for women, men and children.

    While most of the clothing here is second-hand, the store also stocks a small selection of urban wear from its own label.

  • Atelier Couronnes

    6 Rue du Château d'Eau, Paris 75010

    Louise Damas’s literary-inspired jewellery, Fauvette Paris’s textured accessories and the venue’s 70s-styled interiors make Atelier Couronnes one of Paris’ fashionable places to be.

  • BonneGueule

    14 Rue Commines, Paris 75003

    With one boutique in Le Marais and another one in Lyon, BonneGueule offers men their renowned fashion expertise and promote craftsmanship as well as sustainable, high-quality products.

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