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  • 1. Balenciaga

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    This venerable Paris house rose to fashion stardom under the brilliant Nicolas Ghesquière, whose architectural volumes and structural technique...Read More

  • 2. Bonpoint

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Outfit the prince or princess in your life at Bonpoint (yes, royalty does shop here). The prices are high, but the quality is exceptional...Read More

  • 3. Céline

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Reinvigorated by Michael Kors in the late 1990s, Céline got another much-needed jolt when Phoebe Philo arrived in 2008 and began dazzling the...Read More

  • 4. Chanel

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Elegant, modern looks with sex appeal and lasting value are Chanel's stock in trade. Although the spectacularly beautiful Avenue Montaigne flagship...Read More

  • 5. Dior

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Following in John Galliano's outsized footsteps, Raf Simons did a brilliant job of redefining the label, but himself decamped in late 2015,...Read More

  • 6. Dior Joaillerie

    Champs-Élysées | Jewelry & Watches

    When Victoire de Castellane was signed to create Dior's first line of fine jewelry, she brought a big dollop of wit and panache to the venerable...Read More

  • 7. Louis Vuitton

    Champs-Élysées | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Louis Vuitton has spawned a voracious fan base from Texas to Tokyo with its mix of classic leather goods and saucy revamped versions orchestrated...Read More

  • 8. Petit Bateau

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    This children's clothing store provides a fundamental part of the classic French wardrobe from cradle to teen and beyond. The signature T-shirt...Read More

  • 9. Berluti

    Champs-Élysées | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Berluti has been making exquisite and expensive men's shoes for more than a century. "Nothing is too beautiful for feet" is Olga Berluti's motto...Read More

  • 10. Dolce & Gabbana

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Dolce & Gabbana offers a sexy, young-Italian-widow vibe with a side of moody boyfriend. Svelte silk dresses, sharply tailored suits, and...Read More

  • 11. Giuseppe Zanotti Design

    Champs-Élysées | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Every pair of shoes here is fetish worthy, if not downright dangerous. Mile-high spike heels, buckle stilettos, slinky python booties, and jewel...Read More

  • 12. Guerlain

    Champs-Élysées | Perfume/Cosmetics

    This opulent address is a fitting home for Paris's first—and most famous—perfumer. Still the only Paris outlet for legendary perfumes like Shalimar...Read More

  • 13. Jimmy Choo

    Champs-Élysées | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    This is the place for vampy stilettoes, strappy flats, and butch biker boots. Recent Belle de Jour –inspired kitten heels are a nice respite...Read More

  • 14. Laguiole

    Champs-Élysées | Household Items/Furniture

    This is France's most famous brand of knives; designers like Philippe Starck and Sonia Rykiel have created special models for the company. ...Read More

  • 15. Le Dépôt Vente de Passy

    Eiffel Tower | Clothing

    This beautiful high-end consignment shop carries barely (and sometimes never) worn designer ready-to-wear from big names, including Chanel,...Read More

  • 16. Le66

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Finding just the right totally chic, totally black anything is a breeze here. This up-to-the-second concept store, composed of three boutiques...Read More

  • 17. Maison de Baccarat

    Champs-Élysées | Household Items/Furniture

    This museum and crystal store was once the home of Marie-Laure de Noailles, known as the Countess of Bizarre. Philippe Starck revamped the space...Read More

  • 18. Maison Ullens

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    A glam Golden Triangle location, a Rem Koolhaas–designed boutique, sumptuous clothes—the Belgian label's first Paris outpost hits all the marks...Read More

  • 19. Marni

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Marni started out as a little Italian label that put a quirky spin on classic styles, employing retro-ish prints and colors (think citron yellow...Read More

  • 20. Nina Ricci

    Champs-Élysées | Clothing

    Creative director Guillaume Henry, who lately resurrected the venerable Paris label Carven, brought a welcome edginess to this archly feminine...Read More

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