Made in Paris


We all want to embody the Parisian lifestyle. Fortunately, the French capital is dotted with boutiques overflowing with locally-produced fashion, food, cosmetics, and everything in between! Explore these local shops to feel Paris at your fingertips, and notice the city’s vivacious spirit run through your veins.

Updated a year ago

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Sézane (L'Appartement Paris)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Sézane started back in 2013 as France’s first online-only retailer. Now, they sell ready-to-wear clothing inspired by founder Morgane Sézalory’s vintage style. Every month, the label’s massive cult following line up outside the boutique for limited edition collections—some of which only include 150 to 300 pieces.

1 Rue Saint Fiacre, Paris, France

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Bellota-Bellota (Tour Eiffel)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Bellota-Bellota takes the best of Byzance to Paris! The quaint store on Rue Jean Nicot offers quality meats, smoked salmon, and caviar. Stock up on Iberian ham, hand-sliced with precision by master cutters. The brand also provides full traceability, from the pig’s breed mix to its feeding habits. That way, you get to appreciate your food even more!


18 Rue Jean Nicot, Paris, France

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La Trésorerie

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

La Trésorerie lets you add a little bit of Paris into your home! The shop sells European homeware and hardware, such as André Verdier knives, Mauviel 1830 cookware, and Tensira home-made linen. After perusing through the Scandinavian-style space, reward yourself with coffee and sandwiches at the adjoining Café Smörgås.


11 Rue du Château d'Eau, Paris, France

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Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Situated in a former warehouse in the Marais, Merci boasts three levels of all things trendy! Enter through the courtyard to see off-the-beaten-track fashion, sleek crockery, and designer furniture. The concept store is also France’s first magasin solidaire (French for “charity store”), so all of their profits go to a special cause. Talk about guilt-free shopping!


111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, France

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Papier Tigre

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Papier Tigre aims to make your life easier with its wide range of writing and organizational supplies. Drop by to hoard vibrant planners, colorful notebooks, cute greeting cards, and even unique office supplies! They also have hand pouches and tote bags available, perfect for everyday use.


5 Rue des Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France

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Veja (Centre Commercial, Rue de Marseille)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Walk along the streets while wearing comfy and sustainable sneakers from Veja! The eco-friendly shoe company initially created its footwear using organic cotton and wild rubber. They now use a variety of upcycled, recycled, and renewable sources, like salvaged plastic bottles. Watch out for collaborations with local artists, and you might score a one-of-a-kind pair!


Centre Commercial, 2 Rue de Marseille, Paris, France

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Officine Universelle Buly (Saint-Germain-des-Pres)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Bask in the old-school atmosphere (and a medley of scents) the moment you step inside Officine Universelle Buly. Since 1803, locals have flocked here to stock up on soaps, creams, toothpaste, fragrances, and other skin care products. The brand remains faithful to its past, applying ancient recipes using carefully chosen and natural ingredients. Even without purchasing anything, a visit to the apothecary is enough of a treat. Although, we’re confident you won’t be able to resist filling up of your shopping bags while you're here!


6 Rue Bonaparte, Paris, France

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La Miel de Paris (Fauchon)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

La Miel de Paris produces high-grade honey harvested from hives located in various locations. You have the Musée d’Orsay, Hôtel National des Invalides, Ecole Militaire, as well as other Paris institutions. You’ll taste the difference in the honey, and it’s all thanks to the city’s diversity of non-chemically modified flora. Grab a jar of honey, and get a packet of nougat or a bottle of mead while you’re at it!

Fauchon, 30 Place de la Madeleine, Paris, France

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Louise Damas

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Amp up your Parisian look with exquisite (but affordable!) jewelry by Louise Damas. She expertly crafts elegant and feminine pieces, drawing inspiration from her personal flair and deep love for literature. Whether you sport a delicate charm bracelet, an embellished necklace, or bold gold earrings, you’re bound to look trés (“trey,” French for “very”) chic!


Atelier Couronnes, 6 Rue du Château d’Eau, Paris, France

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Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Nose is a lavish concept store that carries over 500 perfumes from at least 50 thoughtfully selected brands, as well as their own line. Discover rare bottles from niche perfumers from around the world, alongside international names such as Comme des Garcons and Dyptique. While you’re here, find your personalized scent with the help of Nose’s consultants. They conduct “olfactory diagnoses” where they study your taste and fragrance history, then narrow down the ideal one just for you!


20 Rue Bachaumont, Paris, France

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Thanx God I’m a V.I.P.

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Amongst Paris’s bounty of vintage boutiques, Thanx God I’m a V.I.P. stands out with a curated selection of merchandise picked by owner Sylvie Chateigner. Skim through the color-coded racks to unearth hard-to-find clothing. You never know, you may end up with an Yves Saint Laurent suit, a Prada skirt, or an Alaïa bodysuit. The best part? You’ll get most of them at bargain prices!


12 Rue de Lancry, Paris, France

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Le BHV Marais

Paris, France • Recommendation • 30 July 2018

Le BHV Marais is your one-stop-shop for the city’s best. The department store spans across six floors, heaving everything from do-it-yourself crafts equipment to high-end wear. It also houses a few of Paris’s top local designers, such as The Kooples, Sandro, and Maje. Come here for some last minute shopping; you’re guaranteed to find something for everyone!


52 Rue de Rivoli, Paris, France

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