Mixing different worlds, concept stores are the perfect places to find everything you need. Furniture, clothing, books, stationery and even tableware... Here, everything comes together perfectly, in a very warm atmosphere. Whether they are bohemian, arty or trendy, etc. Concept stores have quickly become our favorite places to find the best gifts. Here are the best Parisian addresses to treat yourself.
THE NEXT DOOR
The 17 last January, The Next Door Paris opened its doors to 10 rue Beaurepaire, Paris 10th, between Place de la République, the convergence point of street culture, and the Canal Saint-Martin. This exceptional building extends over more than 800 square meters spread over 6 floors, including 550 square meters dedicated to the eponymous boutique. The Next Door fuses luxury and street culture in an innovative way, appealing to aficionados of renowned brands such as Undercover, Sacaï, Comme des Garçons, Junya Watanabe, Marni, Nike and Adidas. More than just a multi-brand, The Next Door positions itself as a true “destination store” open to all forms of creativity, a living space and a new reference on the Parisian fashion scene.
THE NEXT DOOR Paris – 10 Rue Beaurepaire, 75010 Paris
The Broken Arm
Imagine a resolutely contemporary place, featuring minimalist decor, offering a selection of refreshments and healthy snacks. But above all, on the fashion side, a carefully thought-out collection bringing together renowned designers. Jacquemus, Maison Margiela, Comme des Garçons, Lemaire, Isaac Reina, Affix, Stone Island, Raf Simons, and many others, both for men and women. The name of the concept store, The Broken Arm, pays a playful homage to a work by Marcel Duchamp exhibited at the MoMA in New York: a snow shovel called “In anticipation of the broken arm”. Anticipating boredom is definitely the secret of this captivating place! For fashion lovers looking for new discoveries, The Broken Arm stands out as a unmissable destination.
The Broken Arm – 12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris
La meticulous selection of designers proposed by Tom Greyhound fits perfectly into its sophisticated and elegant decor. The captivating use of space and volume allows the combination of several cultural codes. At Tom Greyhound, the customer does not just go from department to department, he is invited to discover refined themes of clothing and accessories, all of which stand out. Tom Greyhound showcases its identity: a store entirely dedicated to an approach multicultural and contemporary fashion.
Tom Greyhound Paris – 19 Rue de Saintonge, 75003 Paris
Elevastor is a carefully designed place for everyone. A multi-brand concept store dedicated to fashion and lifestyle. Nestled in the heart of Paris, in the Marais district, renowned for its artistic dynamism, its cultural diversity and its eclectic atmosphere, the Elevastor boutique invites you to enter its temple of fashion. Explore a careful selection, which highlights both the major renowned houses and young emerging designers. You will discover their latest collections as well as exclusive collaborations. Among the brands presented, you will find in particular Rui, Misbhv, Blumarine, and many more.
Elevastor – 1 Rue Dupetit-Thouars, 75003 Paris
Safe Urban Concept
In a superb raw setting, Elodie Ajalbert imagined Safe, concept store focused onenvironmental consciousness with on the program: fashion, beauty, coffee shop, art gallery and a program of highly desirable happenings. Suffice to say that this incubator of emerging labels deals really stylish pieces. Gender neutral hoodies, upcycled pleated pants from Garçonnes, fluffy bucket hats from Numéro 6 and cool streetwear from Common Paris.
Safe Urban Concept, 11 rue Commines, 75003 Paris. 01 42 71 42 90
The Frankie Shop
After having conquered New York, it is in Paris that The Frankie Shop put down your suitcases full of treasures unearthed from all over the world… Located rue Saint-Claude, this shop is a real Ali Baba's cave for fashionistas looking for trendy pieces. The goal of this multi-brand? Unearth brands from American, Danish, Hungarian or even Korean designers, unknown to the general Parisian public. Their common denominator? Minimalist, original, good quality and above all “spot price”. It's a fact, here, you only find unique and singular pieces.
The Frankie Shop, 14 Rue Saint-Claude, 75003 Paris. 01 49 96 52 39
Wonderfully reinterpreting the wardrobe basics, we never tire of jackets and jeans with always perfect cuts, elegant prints as well as sublime branded bags Sézane. Good news for shopaholics, the brand of Morgane Sezalory opened a new concept store on the boulevard des Batignolles: Self Service. On the program, a concierge corner, a jewelry bar, a selection of small gifts to die for (books, stationery, pouches and other beauty products) and even a naughty secret room for those who dare to take the plunge!
Sézane, Self Service, 63 boulevard des Batignolles 75008 Paris.
The creator Cinthya Guerrero wanted to recreate a very 70's atmosphere in his shop. We then marvel at the vintage furniture in biodegradable and natural materials such as wood, jail, metal, not to mention the dried flowers, velvet and bench pimped with fabrics found in the St. Peter's Market...
What do we shop at Stella Pardo ? Sweaters, cardigans and cuddly coats in alpaca wool super comfy, leather belts… But not only! For decoration fans, set your sights on the vases, the fantastic carpetes alpaca cushions...
The little green plus: all the knits here are made by women in Peru (the owner's country of origin), where the wool comes from. In addition to signature knits, Cinthya Guerrero also uses fabric scraps to create skirts colored in limited quantities but also blouses aerial, sandals… The designer regularly invites friendly brands to present her favorite pieces.
Stella Pardo, 51 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris. 09 67 48 13 98
Exactly 10 years after opening its stores in the United States, the famous American concept store Kith is setting up shop in Paris. the 16m Parisian flagship2 thrones in the heart of the Golden Triangle, in the elegant hotel Pershing Hall. On the program: a myriad of ultra-stylish sneakers as well as a restaurant, the Sadelle's. The place also brings together on several floors ready-to-wear pieces for men, women and children, a vintage selection curated by What Goes Around Comes Around and a cereal and ice cream bar, "Kith Treats", some compositions of which are imagined by personalities like the sadly deceased Virgil Abloh et Sarah Andelman.
Kith, 49 Rue Pierre Charron, 75008 Paris.
The mark of Cecile Roederer opened its first store in 2015 in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. In this beautiful space of 300 m2, families can shop in peace. On the clothing side, the store offers a nice mix of 500 brands. ATboth for children and for women. We then find the most renowned labels such as Services, See by Chloé, vanessa bruno, Stella McCartney et more confidential like Sister or Minorquines. Pieces with very strong fashion potential, which will make trendy gifts for adults and children.
Smalllable, 82 Rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris. 09 72 66 27 03
If it is considered a temple of men's fashion, the concept store Archives 18-20 is actually much more than that. Certainly, men will unearth skilfully chosen pieces there. But you can also find the cutting edge of trendy technology or accessoiries that we will take pleasure in stealing from them.
Archives 18-20, 20 rue des Archives, 75004 Paris. 01 40 24 24 64
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