114-121 Galerie de Valois, 75001 Paris

01 47 03 03 80



Didier Ludot is the pope of vintage, most especially of the ‘little black dress’, this absolute essential of every tasteful wardrobe. For 40 years, Didier Ludot has sold and collected exclusively exceptional, haute couture dresses and suits.




24 Galerie Montpensier – Jardin du Palais Royal 75001 Paris

01 42 96 06 56



Elie Top’s jewels explore the world of planets with metals such as polished silver, yellow gold, hard gemstones, and diamonds. He creates unique and precious spheres which gravitate around necks, wrists and hands.






217 Rue Saint Honoré  75001 Paris

01 42 51 40 97



Olympia le Tan’s minaudières may be the ultimate mark of chic as they affiliate you to a very private circle. Each of them is a quasi-unique object with only sixteen copies produced. You will have a hard finding someone with a similar clutch.





Passage des Deux Pavillons

5 Rue des Petits Champs  75001 Paris

01 42 36 42 92



A hundred and sixty years after opening their first shop in Paris, Cartier has become the most famous jeweler and watchmaker in the world. Their collections nevertheless kept their audacious family spirit of the early days when the three Cartier brothers Louis, Pierre and Jacques, the founder’s great grandsons, would scour the earth – from India to Russia and the Persian Gulf- for the most beautiful gemstones, which contributed to create a revolutionary style in jewelry and watchmaking, mixing classicism and avant-garde.






41, rue de Rennes   75006 Paris





Pierre Hardy is a master designer, one who can mix avant-garde and tradition with just enough timelessness. Her discovered shoe-making through dance and movement, his passions: ‘My experience taught me how to add an accessory without restricting the body, so that it literally transforms it’. One cannot forget his drawing style which can be spotted in fashion magazines and in the precious jewellery collections he created for Hermes, a maison for which he has served as Creative Director for women and men shoe collections for 25 years.






His famous Cube Perspective motif has become his signature. A 2D/3D optical illusion, it has had multiple iterations: on fabric or monochrome leather for bags or laying flat on your skin as a bracelet.




Jardins du Palais Royal, 156 Galerie de Valois, 75001 Paris

01 42 60 59 75




Find Francesco Russo’s studio/boutique in the heart of Rue de Valois. On raw wood displays, dream shoes are perched. They are almost always 4 inch stilettos, as Francesco Russo believes it is the ideal height for women to be elegant and feel sensual yet comfortable when strutting in the streets of Paris, Milan or New York.







8 Rue de Valois, 75001 Paris

01 49 27 97 03



A scented journey among bottles capturing rare essences with mysterious names: Ambre sultan, Tubéreuse criminelle, Féminité du bois…many of those inspired by travels, particularly in Japan and Morocco.



Serge Lutens is among those who revolutionized the perfume world in the 90’s. A lesser known fact is that he also created beauty kits with unique and precious eye shadows, first for Shiseido, then for his own brand.



To pay a simple visit to Les Salons du Palais Royal is an experience in its own right, because all of Serge Lutens’ one of a kind world is right there.




Les Salons du Palais Royal   

Jardins du Palais Royal, 142 Galerie de Valois 75001 Paris

Tel : 01 49 27 09 09 




White Bird is a concept store exclusively dedicated to designer jewellery, featuring creators from all horizons with very diverse styles. From Victorian England to naturalism and Japanese simplicity, there is a piece for each woman. On top of trendy designers such as Pascale Monvoisin, Dorette and Karen Liberman, there are future stars there waiting to be discovered.






38, rue du Mont Thabor 75001 Paris

01 58 62 25 86



The Ban Thaï Spa is a real Thaï Spa. The masseuses have a degree from the Wat Po School of Bangkok, which is one of the best schools of traditional Chinese medicine. Here, all the rituals are respected. As soon as we arrive, we put on a pair of trousers, a jacket and flip-flops, before coming into the room intended for plantar reflexology. The silence reigns in a soft shadowy-light and for 30 minutes, every point in Chinese medicine is massaged and pressed to restore our energies.



Then comes the time of the massage and there the choice is widespread. Thaï Massage of course, but also the four-hand massage for the most tensed ones, or the massages with hot stones or with hot oils to relax. And to conclude this delicious moment we can have a hammam (steam room) séance or a Jacuzzi.




20, rue Dauphine  75006 Paris



Lina Audi, the creator of Liwan, works with Lebanese craftsmen asking them to imagine a plain and modernized version of their art. Liwan is a true invitation into the Arabian Nights with embroidery, velvet, silk, gold, beaten silver …




8 rue Saint-Sulpice 75006 Paris  








171 Boulevard Saint-Germain 75006 Paris