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Stylishly authentic Moorish décor and faultless food.
AB33
Extremely feminine casual and smart wear from the likes of Thakoon and James Perse; jewellery and lingerie stocked too. Perfect for browisng with friends, or even to gossip over a coffee with the boutique owners.
Acne
All your denim needs solved by the Swedes.
Agnès B
Whether you want something basic or something classic, this is the place to go.
Akrame Restaurant
This restaurant turns out gorgeous, surprising courses that are built around seasonal produce. The 4 and 6 course tasting menus can be partnered with accompanying wine pairings.
Alexandra Sojfer
A paradise of parasols, parapluies and canes using antique techniques to create new products. A veritable time capsule of elegance. 
Anne Semonin
Pamper yourself with a treatment or two at this sleek and sophisticated spa.
Antik Batik
Hippy-dippy fabulous.
Antoine
Did you come to Paris unprepared for a sprinkling of rain? Don't worry, Antoine will rescue you.
Antoine et Lili
Making all aspects of life beautiful - Antoine et Lili.
Apicius
Subdued elegance and food to make your taste buds tingle.
April 77
All the beautiful young things wear jeans from April 77.
Aquamoon
Serene, spacey surrounds for a facial or hammam treatment next door to the Ritz.
Astier de Villatte
Beautiful and scented are the wares at Astiers.
Azzedine Alaïa
This label caters for the leggy and fabulous.
Bar 288 at Le Meurice
Bar 228 at the legendary Le Meurice is an elegant, cosy parlour that surpasses the average, nondescript hotel bar. Live jazz can be heard most evening, so if you happen to be taking a stroll around Paris at midnight, this could be just the stop fo
Barboza Bijoux Anciens
Pierre Barboza’s prime location in the 1er arrondissement means it’s the best showcase for vintage jewellery, or “bijoux anciens,” that the city has to offer.
Bel Ami
The ultra modern minimalism is an alternative to endless period features.
Boutique Clarins
Small but mighty, this boutique spa is one not to miss.
Boutique Giorgio Armani
Just a few storefronts down from the Armani menswear boutique at 18 avenue Montaigne, a womenswear address has joined the designer’s extensive stable of Parisian shops.
Cacharel
Quality clothes in quirky styles.
Cadolle
The name in luxe lingerie and fine French lace, the brand has been perfecting its dreamy and decadent designs for five generations. 
Café Chic
Ideal for pre- or post-clubbing drinks when partying in this swanky quarter.
Caffé Burlot
Italian-inspired, marble-clad dining space from two chefs Thierry.
Calvin Klein
Carine Gilson
The decadence of hand-finished silk lingerie awaits.
Céline
Money and style? Get your casualwear here.
Centre de Soins BK
Founded by jewellery maven Karry Berreby, the centre provides only the most advanced beauty products and techniques, specialising in anti-aging treatments, Ayurvedic massage and reflexology.
Chanel
Charles Jourdan
You can't help but adore these shoes.
Charvet
Around since 1838, this place knows how to make men's shirts.
Chez Julien
One of the best views and the best steak and chips in Paris.
Christian Louboutin
Christophe Lemaire
Designed to feel like a rather chic and stylish abode, you'll feel right at home.
Colette
With a beautifully curated collection of new and classic designer's clothing, high-tech gadgets, and even a restaurant, the boutique maintains its trendy status without being snooty. 
Corto Moltedo
A blend of the classic and the trendy.
Costume National
Fashion for men and women from these Milanese designers.
Didier Ludot
Vintage haute couture - oh, my.
Dior
Diptyque
A Diptyque candle is the gift of choice for those in the know.

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