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YVES SAINT-LAURENT

 

FALL / WINTER 2022-2023

YVES SAINT-LAURENT


6 Place Saint-Sulpice 75006 Paris
01 43 29 43 00

CELINE

FALL /  WINTER 2021-2022

CELINE

16 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris   01 55 80 14 99

16 Rue Vivienne 75002 Paris   01 55 80 12 12

PAUL SMITH

FALL / WINTER 2022-2023

PAUL SMITH
32 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris
223 Rue Saint Honoré 75001 Paris

MEMO

For the creators John and Clara Molloy, fragrance is a journey. Each scent is inspired by a precise place: Lalibela, a holy city in Ethiopia, with hints of rose nacrée , Sundance, Utah’s famous film festival, with notes of tuberose, Inlé, a lake in Burma, smelling of iris, Siwa, an oasis in Egypt, and its heady vanilla…All places are rich with history or a symbol. The brand new perfume, Quartier Latin, is a celebration of our area, a delicate scent with sandalwood, cedrus, clove and bezoin resin, a fragrance for two.


MEMO

24 Rue Cambon, 75001 Paris

01 44 54 91 72

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

 

 

How can we recognize a chic low-fronted shoe in Paris, New York or in the Savannah ?  All that thanks to Christian Louboutin.

 

 

 


 

Thanks to its red soles and its 12 centimeters high heels, but also because we can run with them as well as with ballet shoes.

 


 


 


 

All that thanks to Christian Louboutin.




 

38-40 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris

01.42.22.33.07

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ANGELINA

Angelina, rue de Rivoli’s iconic pastry shop has finally crossed the Seine to open a new store rue du Bac, between the rue de Varennes and the rue de Babylone. Now we can enjoy the signature Mont Blanc and Saint Honoré although we would have travelled the world to get them anyway.

ANGELINA

226 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris

108 rue du Bac  75007 Paris

HERMES

FALL / WINTER 2022-2023

HERMES

31 Faubourg Saint-Honoré
17 rue de Sèvres 75007 Paris
01 53 63 02 19

RABIH KAIROUZ

FALL / WINTER 2022-2023

RABIH KAIROUZ

38 boulevard Raspail  75007 Paris

PRADA

FALL / WINTER 2022-2023

PRADA

5/7 rue de Grenelle 75006 Paris
01 45 48 53 14

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HUGO & VICTOR

Hugues Pouget, former Chef pastry cook at Guy Savoy did not want to sell his cakes the same way as in a simple cake shop. His concept is that around three permanent flavors, chocolate, vanilla and caramel, he adds to his creations seasonal products as combawa, litchi, pineapple, followed in the summertime by strawberry, cherry, peach, apricot, cherry plum or fig from Solliès. So here one will find caramel or exotic fruits mille feuilles, and blood orange cream in his éclair. For each flavor, three specificities : an innovative creation called “Victor”, a more traditional pastry called “Hugo” and to finish a chocolate candy.

HUGO & VICTOR

40 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris 

01 44 39 97 73

7 rue Gomboust 75001 Paris 

01 42 96 10 20

EN ATTENDANT LES BARBARES

Born in the late 80s, En Attendant les Barbares is known for being the publisher of the first creations of Elisabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti. His approach has always been to try to break down the boundaries between design and decorative art, for example by emphasizing the work of craftsmen. Over time, many designers from different generations and backgrounds have joined the gallery, bringing their touch to the eclecticism that makes its identity, among them Christian Ghion, Arik Lévy, Mark Brazier-Jones, André Dubreuil or Matt Sindall.

PHOTOS STEPHANE BRIOLANT

EN ATTENDANT LES BARBARES


35 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris
01 42 22 65 25

HERMES

In the grandiose setting of the former swimming-pool of the Lutetia Hotel, three structures made of wood have been put up. A sort of futurist and mobile cabins now come to modify the rigor of the space by conveying a convivial touch.

Those structures house thematic and temporary spaces in which the “House Art” takes up a lot of room, particularly with the new editions of Jean-Michel Franck’s furniture.

HERMES Rive Gauche

17 rue de Sèvres 75007 Paris

01.53.63.02.19