The 5 best fashion shops for women Paris

Valentine Gauthier

58 rue Charlot

Marais & Bastille

+33 (0)1 48 87 68 40

A great place to browse for items to add to your wardrobe. The French designer Valentine Gauthier sells her own collections, which she makes in her own workshop. The style is feminine, urban and elegant, and she uses natural and pure fabrics only.


88 rue Bonaparte
Prés & Montparnasse
+33 (0)1 46 34 19 33

Soeur is the brainchild of Domitille and Angélique Brion and caters to young women between the ages of 10 and 18 years, who are not quite a girl, not yet a woman. Their designs strike a perfect balance between childhood and adulthood and include a line of chic and timeless basics in soft hues. For once mums will be stealing clothes from their daughters’ wardrobes and not the other way around.


83 rue de Turenne
Marais & Bastille
+33 (0)1 45 26 36 68

The store of the artists’ collective Andrea Crews is the perfect place to go if you need some joie de vivre to cheer you up. This kingdom of eccentricity sells madcap designs with crazy patterns in flashy colours. The brand is a pioneer in terms of upcycling and likes to overturn the conventions of fashion with clothes made of second-hand clothes.


12 place de la Bastille
Cour Damoye
Marais & Bastille

This boutique presents a selection of timeless and clean-cut clothing pieces in subtle colours. Silk or jeans shirts, cashmere sweaters, cotton sweats, woolen stoles: this place is all about everyday essentials. The boutique-cum-showroom is located in a beautiful alley nearby the Bastille square and is the perfect place to stock up on reasonably priced basics.


1 rue Saint-Fiacre
Louvre & Les Halles

The clothes and accessories that Morgane Sézalory designs are feminine, poetic and timeless. She has a great eye for detail, she knows how to make clothes comfortable and she senses what’s hot and happening: that’s why her sophisticated designs are perfect for a day in the city as well as for a night out. See her whole collection as well as a selection of decorative items in her pretty shop, called 'L' Appertement'.



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