32 Paradis,Alexander McQueen,Alexandre Vauthier,Assouline,Burberry,Courreges,Fendi,Givenchy,Rick Owens,Sergio Rossi,Stella McCartneyAbout the store:
Uniquely named after the size of the boutique, 400m2 is a high-end multi-brand store in France’s rich and vibrant Marseille. Home to a large family of top European designers, the store encompasses the perfect blend of chic Parisian attitude, Italian elegance and British madness. An unmissable pillar of luxury in the port city, 400m2 showcases both women's and men’s apparel within a calming blue interior reminiscent of the sea outside the shop’s window. Sleek jet black displays and bouts of opulent velvet ensure the aura is on par with the cutting-edge yet sophisticated selection.
Anya Hindmarch,Chie Mihara,Church's,Comme des Garçons,K Jacques,Kenzo,Laurence Dacade,Maison Margiela,Marc by Marc Jacobs,Michel Vivien,Repetto,Terry de Haviland,Véronique BranquinhoAbout the store:
Chic, roots, rock‘n’roll et voilà, declares Sophie Rioufol, the founder of 58M, offering a succinct definition of her Central Paris boutique. Inside the luminous, zen-like space the contemporary mixes with the antique, the feminine with the sexy.
Alexander Wang,Carven,Church’s,Comme des Garçons,Givenchy,Haider Ackermann,Joseph,Junya Watanabe,Kitsuné,Lanvin,Maison Margiela,Marc Jacobs,Moncler,Rick Owens,Rochas,Saint Laurent,Tod’s,ValentinoAbout the store:
Situated in Avignon’s historic quarter, Actuel B’s classic architecture both complements and contrasts its sophisticated mix of traditional and modern designer fashion. Home to the dark worlds of Rick Owens, the deconstructed look of Vetements and timeless pieces from refined French luxury houses such as Lanvin. ‘This is how we love fashion, this is how we share it’ say founders, Khera and Antonio Ortiz.
Maison Kitsuné,Marc Jacobs,Alexander Wang,Marni,APC,Filling PiecesAbout the store:
Founded by menswear designer Severine Lahyani in 2015, the name Archive 1820 refers to the address of this exciting boutique along Paris’ rue des Archives. Placed under the vast glass roof of this former workshop, the boutique allows space for not only the finest in modern attire, but an art gallery, a book store and a restaurant. Natural light floods the welcoming, eclectic area, while nature also makes its mark with a variety of plantlife spread around the 400 square meters of space.
Alexander McQueen,Casadei,Charlotte Olympia,Chloé,Gianmarco Lorenzi Collector,Gianvitto Rossi,Giuseppe Zanotti Design,Marc by Marc Jacobs,Saint Laurent,Sergio Rossi,Valentino GaravaniAbout the store:
Shoe lovers need look no further than Biondini Paris' trio of boutiques on the Champs Élysées, featuring one of the most exciting collections of high-end, and sky-high, shoes in the city. The store buys only the most glamorous styles from the true greats of shoe design.
St. Tropez, France
Mykita,Illesteva,Les Petits Joueurs,Yazbukey,Thierry LasryAbout the store:
Pushing the classic Saint Tropez yeye spirit to a modern audience, Box is a concept space that bustles with fun and colour. Showcasing handmade sunglasses, bags and other accessories from designers both local and far-flung, the boutique is named to reflect the size and shape of the building itself, as well as acting as a container for the exciting stock within.
Capsule By Eso
Diesel Black Gold,Givenchy,Moschino,Paul & Joe,Pierre Balmain,Vivienne WestwoodAbout the store:
Lyon, once renowned for its silk industry, is steeped in fashion history and this boutique is an unusual and refreshing reminder of that. The interior is decked out in sombre tones with splashes of colour and a selection of luxury labels.
Bastia - Corsica, France
Alexander Wang,Balmain,Giuseppe Zanotti Design,Givenchy,Lanvin,Moncler,About the store:
This chic French boutique takes it name from the Corsican word compañero meaning companion and was aptly chosen by brothers, Joseph and Philippe Terrazzoni, the store's founders. Situated on a shaded tree-lined street in the heart of Bastia’s shopping district, Compañero exudes style with its sophisticated architecture, designed by famed architect Roberto Baciocchi.
CourregesAbout the store:
In 1961 André Courrèges opened his first design house and became established as one of the most original fashion designers in Paris. Through the decades that followed, Courrèges’ collections were praised for being an insight into the future of fashion and innovative in every sense. Vibrant shades and pop art hues have dominated the aesthetic of the brand, while flashes of metallic embellishments add a refined touch.
Dressing Factory Vintage
Alaïa vintage,Céline vintage,Chanel vintage,Hermès vintage,Jean-Louis Scherrer vintage,Léonard vintage,Emilio Pucci vintage,Yves Saint Laurent vintageAbout the store:
‘It’s hard to pick favourites, as every piece is so unique’, say Sylvie Mazzoni and Elisa Pons, the owners of Dressing Factory Vintage , a luxury vintage boutique in Paris’ bohemian Saint-Germain district. The pristine designer pieces are given a new lease of life through careful cleaning and repair, with respect for the environment.