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The Summer Sales in Paris!

Publish Time:2017-07-06 16:06:32Source: Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau

【Introduction】:Paris is a true shopper’s paradise, full of boutiques. If you are looking to renew your wardrobe, find the latest accessory trend or It bag … then, take advantage of six weeks of reductions of up to 70%, starting Wednesday, 28 June!

Paris is a true shopper’s paradise, full of boutiques. If you are looking to renew your wardrobe, find the latest accessory trend or It bag … then, take advantage of six weeks of reductions of up to 70%, starting Wednesday, 28 June!

1. Haussmann-Opéra, the heart of Parisian shopping

The Haussmann-Saint-Lazare-Opéra district is a leading urban commercial centre, the veritable commercial heart of the capital. It is home to major department stores, and new shops regularly open here.

Galeries Lafayette

Founded in 1912, Galeries Lafayette showcases the latest fashion trends on it three floors, the big luxury brands, menswear departments (Lafayette Homme) and a fifth floor devoted to children. Opposite the historic building is its home decor store, Lafayette Maison, where you can buy tableware products, furniture, lights and household linen.

Printemps Haussmann

A few steps away, the Printemps department store also puts the accent on luxury. It has numerous accessory and upscale fashion brands: Alexander McQueen, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Red Valentino … The ground floor of Printemps menswear department is a new high-end timepiece space featuring such famous brands as Bell & Ross, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Longines, etc.

Rue Scribe

Rue Scribe also remains an important shopping street for fashionistas, with the unisex Japanese fashion brand Uniqlo, the women’s wear shop Maje and, Eric Bompard, the specialist in jumpers and clothes in cashmere.

2. Boutiques in the Golden Triangle

From Porte Maillot to George-V, avenue Montaigne and the rond-point des Champs-Élysées, Paris offers the best in haute couture and ready-to-wear luxury fashion. This is the place for prestigious labels: Dior, Chanel, Gucci, Kenzo, Givenchy, Saint-Laurent Paris, Elie Saab, Azzedine Ala.a, Vionnet, Loro Piana, Chloé, Rolex…

Many brands are in the Champs-Elysées : the brands on singular street numbers are Ladurée, Louis Vuitton, Longchamp, Le Drugstore Publicis, Abercrombie & Fitch, J.M. Weston, Maje, Kooples Sport.

Many brands are in the Champs-Elysées : Banana Republic, Levi's, Manoush, la marque de maquillage MAC, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Guerlain, Hermès, Swarovski, IKKS, Levi’s, Éric Bompard, Emilio Pucci, Dior Homme, Celine, Gucci, Chanel, Jil Sander, Christian Dior, Emanuel Ungaro, Valentino, Malo, Marni, Nina Ricci, Montaigne Market, Chloé, Paul & Joe, Blumarine, Roberto Cavalli… Atelier Renault, Les Rendez-vous Toyota, C42 Citroën, Motor Village (Fiat), Fnac, The Disney Store, Nespresso, Adidas Performance Store, Art Curial, Drouot Montaigne, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Abercrombie & Fitch, Le Royal Éclaireur, Banana Republic, Nike, Giorgio Armani, Manoush, Dolce & Gabbana, Gianni Versace, le Drugstore Publicis...

3. Rue de Passy, classic and casual

The rue de Passy in the 16th arrondissement is one of the area’s busiest shopping streets. It has a shopping centre, Passy Plaza, with 26 shops. Big brands are here: Gap, H&M, Okaïdi, Lacoste Woman, Ekyog, Eleven Paris, women’s ready-to-wear brand Maje and shoe and dance footwear specialist Repetto. In the Passy district, there is the Spanish brand El Ganso, a ‘preppy chic’ brand of clothing, and a 3-floor Isabelle Marant shop in a sumptuous private mansion on avenue Victor Hugo.

4. Saint-Germain des Prés, Sèvres-Babylone, rue de Rennes: an eclectic mix

For a shopping spree in the heart of Paris, not-to-be-missed districts are Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Sèvres-Babylone and rue de Rennes. Haute couture and ready-to-wear: everything is there!

On rue de Rennes, there is a line-up of major brands including Etam, H&M, Gap and Kookaï. At the bottom of the road, on boulevard Saint-Germain and in neighbouring streets, the window displays of grand couturiers vie with one another: Giorgio Armani, Sonia Rykiel, Christian Dior, and also Ralph Lauren, A.P.C., Carven, Vicomte A., and finally, for bags, Jérôme Dreyfuss. The designer Karl Lagerfeld has a shop at 194 boulevard Saint Germain.

opens onto the Boulevard Saint-Germain , the Café de Flore is one of two cafes, with its eternal neighbour the two maggots, legendary venues in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. The Flore holds the Prix de Flore each year, awarding young up-and-coming writers. Located opposite Le Bon Marché, La Grand Epicerie de Paris has become a 'must-see, a pleasure not to be missed, affording special moments'. A true landmark for Parisian gastronomy, it attracts lovers of fine food and curious visitors from around the world. 'Treat yourself” is the motto of La Pâtisserie des rêves. Head cake and pastry maker Philippe Conticini has a perfect knowledge of recipes of the past and offers great cake and pastry classics presented under glass bells: Paris-Brest, mille-feuille, Saint-Honoré, Tarte Tatin ... For breakfast or a snack, treat yourself to a cake or pastry. One of the most popular pâtisseries in Paris.

5. Marais, hip fashion wear

The trendy design and fashion-designer boutiques in the district have given the Marais its avant-garde reputation. It is a pleasant place to stroll around. The Marais is full of fashion shops: COS, Eleven Paris, Erotokritos, Matières à réflexion, etc. The rock and trendy clothes brand The Kooples has opened a new concept.In recent years especially, the Haut Marais has seen the arrival of major ready-to-wear fashion brands, including Sandro and the designer Stella Cadente, on boulevard Beaumarchais. The fair-trade concept store Merci sells clothes, decorative objects and has two catering areas.

6. Canal Saint-Martin

the canal has linked the Port de l’Arsenal to the La Villette canal basin since 1825. Its course across working class areas. Not surprisingly, serenades by the water and supper under the stars have become an institution here, as have brunches, delightful retro bistros and colourful eateries on both sides of the canal banks.

7. Outlets

One Nation Paris ----One Nation Paris Luxury & Fashion Outlet offers more than 400 brands at outlet prices, from 30% to 70% reductions all year according to the time and logo. Open 7 days a week, One Nation Paris offers the biggest names in fashion, accessories and household items among its 90 boutiques, such as Armani, Agnès B, Trussardi, Cacharel, Courrèges, Hervé Leger, Zadig & Voltaire, Diesel and IKKS.

La Vallée Village -----Just 35 minutes from Paris and 5 minutes from Disneyland Paris, La Vallée Village brings together 110 fashion and luxury boutiques offering the trendiest products from their previous collections at prices reduced by at least 33%* and often more, all year round, including Sundays.

You can find collections by DIANE VON FURSTENBERG, GERARD DAREL, GUESS, JIMMY CHOO, KENZO, LONGCHAMP, MARNI, MICHAEL KORS, PAUL SMITH, SANDRO, TOD’S, ZADIG & VOLTAIRE , CARVEN, ERIC BOMPARD, PAUL & JOE, SONIA RYKIEL, SUPERDRY, UGG, VICOMTE A and many more.

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