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  • 1. Avril Gau

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    After designing a dozen collections for Chanel, Gau struck out on her own, opening her neo-Baroque boutique on the charming Rue des Quatre Vents...Read More

  • 2. 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

  • 3. Renaud Pellegrino

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe, Renaud Pellegrino is a black-book address for style icons like Catherine Deneuve and Paloma Picasso...Read More

  • 4. 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

  • 5. Christian Louboutin

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    These shoes carry their own red carpet with them, thanks to their trademark crimson soles. Whether tasseled, embroidered, or strappy, in Charvet...Read More

  • 6. 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

  • 7. 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

  • 8. K. Jacques

    Marais Quarter | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    K. Jacques has shod everyone from Brigitte Bardot to Drew Barrymore. The famous St-Tropez–based maker of strappy leather-soled flats has migrated...Read More

  • 9. Lancaster

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    A household name in France for 100 years, Lancaster has a reputation for style and craftsmanship. Its bags are chic and sporty, with an emphasis...Read More

  • 10. Moynat

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Designed to evoke a wheel, as in "we're going places, baby," this gleaming boutique showcases the new Moynat, while evoking the brand's 19th...Read More

  • 11. Pierre Hardy

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    With Vivier and Louboutin, Pierre Hardy completes the triumvirate of anointed Paris shoe designers. Armed with a pedigree—Dior, Hermès, Balenciaga...Read More

  • 12. Robert Clergerie

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Robert Clergerie knows that shoes make the woman. Styles combine visionary design, first-rate craftsmanship, and wearability with rare staying...Read More

  • 13. Roger Vivier

    Louvre | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    Known for decades for his Pilgrim-buckle shoes and inventive heels, Roger Vivier's name is being resurrected through the creativity of über...Read More

  • 14. Le Chameau

    Champs-Élysées | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    The Duchess of Cambridge started a run on these handmade rubber boots from Normandy, a staple of French equestrians, hunters, and yachtsmen...Read More

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