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Paris Shopping Guide

With its world-renowned couture houses, haute fashion districts, sprawling flea markets, and mile-long shopping streets, Paris has a well-earned reputation as a global shopping and fashion capital. Whether you're looking for the newest names in French design or a funky second-hand find, you're sure to find what you need in one of the city's many arrondissements, or neighborhoods.

Triangle d'Or

The Triangle d'Or, or Golden Triangle, is the reason Paris leads the pack for high-fashion shopping. The Avenue Montaigne, Avenue George V, and Rue Francois 1er form a triangle around famous fashion houses like Dior and Chanel. Think of the Triangle d'Or as the Parisian version of New York City's Fifth Avenue. Even if you're not in the market for designer wear, it's worth strolling through the neighborhood just to window shop (or lecher les vitrines, as they say in French). For more affordable upscale shopping, make your way out to the Champs-Elysees, where you'll find brands like Louis Vuitton sitting alongside household names like Sephora.

Top Places to Shop in Paris
Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann
7,115 reviews
The Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann flagship store is located in the Opéra business district in the heart of Paris and is known as a “Paris Shopping Paradise”. Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann covers an area of 70,000 square meters and has 3,500 brands, offering customers a wide range of choices from mass brands to high-end luxury brands. The iconic byzantine style stained glass dome boasts a century of history. The themes on the advertising walls and display windows of Galeries Lafayette Coupole change according to the seasons.
Westfield Les 4 Temps
459 reviews
Located in the heart of La Défense, a thriving business district in the Paris region, Westfield Les 4 Temps is home to a number of leading brands and features personalized services and innovative concepts.
Marche aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves
454 reviews
The Marche aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves is the only flea market in the center of Paris. Nearly 400 merchants display wares that vary from 18th-century furniture to vintage jewelry and cameras.
Fauchon
475 reviews
Foodies will love Fauchon's unique culinary products, such as its rose petal jams. If you plan to pack for a picnic, the team at Fauchon will help prep your basket with disposable plates and utensils.
La Grande Epicerie de Paris Rive Gauche
880 reviews
La Grande Epicerie de Paris occupies an area just short of 3,000m2 and sells 30,000 gourmet products. La Grande Epicerie de Paris consists of four main departments: groceries, fresh produce, wines and the production kitchens. La Grande Epicerie de Paris offers a range of personalised services designed to make your shopping experience more enjoyable, including made-to-measure gifts, taxi reservations and valet parking. Our teams are on hand to ensure that your visit to La Grande Epicerie de Paris is a unique and special experience.
Passage Jouffroy
261 reviews
One of the most popular shopping arcades in Paris, Passage Jouffroy features unique shops specializing in paper and antique books. Don't leave without trying the pastries at patisserie Le Valentin.
Passage des Panoramas
317 reviews
The precursor to Parisian shopping malls, the Passage des Panoramas is Paris' first covered walkway. With its mix of artisan shops and old-school eateries, it's a great spot to soak in French culture.
Boucheron
9 reviews
Upscale French jeweler Boucheron was the first to open in the haute Place Vendome square. Head to this historic monument to shop or browse Boucheron's signature stone-encrusted jewelry.
Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche
1,244 reviews
Welcome Le Bon Marche Rive Gauche, the oldest department store and the only one of the Rive Gauche. A space for living and shopping, Le Bon Marche serves as a creative breeding ground designed along resolutely contemporary lines. Its spaces express the way it interprets trends and define a unique art de vivre.
One Nation Paris
472 reviews
Luxury & Fashion Outlet
Hermes
251 reviews
Home of the famous Birkin bag, the Hermes flagship offers the widest selection on the planet. But if you want to purchase one of these iconic sacs, arrive well before the 10:30 a.M. Opening time.
Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen
862 reviews
This huge flea market, just north of the 18th Arrondissement, has been operating in some form since the Middle Ages.
Carrousel du Louvre
559 reviews
The Carrousel du Louvre, located right in the heart of Paris, in the first arrondissement of the City of Lights, is, without doubt, a premier shopping destination. It is open all year long, 7 days a week (including Sundays) from 10am to 8 pm, and is home to a variety of restaurants and more than 40 premium stores including Apple Store (the first Apple Store in Paris) and Printemps du Louvre (showcasing leading luxury brands with top-of-the-range watchmaking on the mezzanine floor). The Carrousel du Louvre is a uniquely designed iconic venue, with its famous Inverted Pyramid, a fantastic architectural feat by Pei (where fans can explore the mysteries of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code or take the perfect selfie to keep as a special Paris memento), its Charles V Hall walls, its Comédie Française studio theatre and its conference and exhibition centre. Culture runs deep in its DNA making it a cultural site to be visited on its own account! The Carrousel du Louvre can be accessed from the Louvre Museum (at the end of your visit when you leave through Allée du Grand Louvre), 99 Rue de Rivoli, the Tuileries Garden (North and South stairways) and also by direct access to the Palais Royal Musée du Louvre metro station (lines 1 and 7).
Westfield Forum des Halles
443 reviews
From men's and women's fashions to travel agencies and household applicances, the Forum des Halles brings you all the big brands. Shopping, relaxation and leisure activities - come and enjoy all that the Forum des Halles shopping centres have to offer.
Shakespeare and Company Bookstore
3,918 reviews
Famous bookstore located across from Notre Dame features several floors of books and Paris literary history.
Maison Georges Larnicol
608 reviews
Maison Georges Larnicol's Parisian chocolate shop displays one of the most decadent collections of sweets in the city. Prices are on the higher side, but the treats make for great gifts to bring home.
La Vallée Village
2,003 reviews
La Vallee Village has become a 'must-visit' shopping destination just outside the fashion capital of Paris. The Village has 115 luxury outlet boutiques offering significant reductions on the recommended retail price. Visitors can browse French brands that include Bonpoint, Sandro and Eric Bompard. Additionally, the international brands represented include Armani, Diane von Furstenberg, Jimmy Choo, Joseph, Marni, Moncler, Tommy Hilfiger and UGG(R) Australia. The daily Cityrama Shopping Express(R) whisks shoppers from the centre of Paris to the Village and other brilliant features include a personal shopper service and Espace La Vallee(R), an art gallery of changing exhibitions. Guests arriving with children will appreciate the children's play area and the fact that the Village is only five minutes from Disneyland(R) Paris, and is connected to many Disney(R) hotels by a dedicated shuttle service.
Chanel
340 reviews
Visiting 31, rue Cambon is like stepping inside a fashion museum. Here you'll find all things Chanel, from clothing and shoes to sunglasses and fine jewelry. Cap your shopping with a sip of Champagne.
La Maison du Chocolat
255 reviews
Visit the original chocolate shop of Robert Linxe, whose popular chocolate stores have spread throughout the United States.

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#1 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
I visit Tatiana's wee shop whenever I visit Paris...BUT I can also shop her store (and even have something special made)from home via her website.Lovely unique and distinctive jewellery all handmade with love and...
This was the perfect antidote to corporate globalization - really unique hand-crafted stunning jewelry that made my christmas shopping very easy!
#2 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
I had the pleasure of having a personalised and guided tour of the shop by Lucille which was absolutely eye opening.
I was here with my daughter, we tested some of the products and loved them, the perfume I sampled lasted all day.
#3 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Sofie was patient and helpful her shop was located on a quaint little street with tea shops, cafes and clothing boutiques.
Sophie was extremely informative about the perfume making process and provided great insight which she is clearly passionate about.
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#4 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
The wood shelves, the endless supply of handmade, quality cooking and baking products, the helpful staff, and the ambiance of a store that has been open since 1820 made this experience incredible.
I make my shopping pilgrimage to Dehillerin every time I am in Paris and run into the same types of people who admire good quality, reliable and non-pretentious products.
#5 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Me and my friend went to Just Art Paris to do a jewelry making experience with the owner Mona - we found it through AirBnb experiences in Paris.
Jewelry making with Mona was one of my most pleasurable moments in Paris.
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#6 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
The shop is full of stones and the cuts available for many stones are very diverse.
Amazing shop, definitely worth visiting!
#7 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
We met at Starbucks in Saint Germain and took off from there for one the best shopping times I've had in my life, My mom and I are serious shoppers stateside, so it takes a lot to impress us.
It only was she a delight to be with, but she had such a great knowledge of all of the shops for clothes, bags and shoes, and many hidden gems.
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#8 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Right across the street from our airbnb on Rue de Rivoli was a wonderful fruit shop, two wine shops, a patisserie and this gem of a cheese shop.
This small, well known cheese shop on the Left Bank (also other locations) is worth a special trip My French is embarrassingly weak and the staff graciously speaks English and is exceedingly helpful.
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#9 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
With a wide collection of English books and nestled in the beautiful Latin quarters, this is the perfect spot to pick your next title and marvel at the history of the book store.
I've visited this charming book shop on each of my 3 trips to Paris and just love every part of it from the steps, the cat, the piano and the little secret rooms and places it really is worth visiting.
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#10 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
For gifts or souvenirs of our own, we love the herbs, different kinds of salts, jars of salt caramel sauce and handmade caramel candies, honey and pine lozenges, jams, honeys, soaps and more.
Its easy to spot which food stalls are considered the best as they generally have fair size cues of locals and tourists, after exploring the market take a leisurely stroll to Marais area , lots of boutique shops g...
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#11 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
treasured and nurtured and curated by all Parisians alike , it has been called the most beautiful shop in the world , yes the world !!! enter into a world of taxidermy presented in a way that makes each and every...
The downstairs has a modest gardening shop, but up the curving staircase the magic begins and we felt like we’d stepped into a victorian style natural history museum.
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#12 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
I actually stopped by on a whim walking through the Marais, something perked my interest & I did a quick google search for best chocolate in Paris and found the shop on a a 2017 list from NYT. Edwin himself was th...
It’s a must stop while in Marais and great addition to a foodie tour- ask for a sample of something very unique- he’ll have you spending your savings for more.
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#13 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
This is our favourite place for grocery shopping in Paris, we also follow the 24 hours card program, you can find everything here and all is fresh and delicious, made presented and sold with love and smile
A wine section with trusted advisors, reasonable prices, and incredible options from every region of France?
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#14 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
The Tea Rooms are beautiful - but full when we went, so we joined the queue and made our ice cream choices.
The nice thing is the shop is outside the main hustle and bustle of the city.
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#15 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
We both enjoyed the plethora of cozy restaurants - French cuisine and many more, ice cream and coffee shops, tiny charming cafes... Touristy street of course, but still a wonderful place for foodies.
Rue Mouffetard Market can be reached by Metro on line 7 (Censier Daubenton stop) or line 10 (Cardinal Lemoine stop).
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#16 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Definitely worth the effort to get there, and easy to link to a visit to the cafes and galleries in the area as well as the Cathedral, which offers one of the most panoramic views of Paris possible.
There is a gallery which is virtually seamless with the exhibition with original works of Dali for sale - but you would need a large wallet!
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#17 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
We dickered with the vendors and came home with some terrific bargains: a leather trench coat, a haute-couture runway dress, a huge silk scarf, a large tin tart pan, a silver ring...These are our favorite souvenir...
Located in the 12 district of Paris it is composed of hundreds of stalls where sellers sell every type of food, flowers and an array of flea market items such as clothing, dishes and beauty products.
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#18 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
... Restaurants a delight is the Market hosted by the shop owners with an enticing array of Pastries, Meats, Breads , Fruits & Vegetable Stroll around and take in the delights of small street shopping Parisian style
Wonderful shops, restaurants, fresh vegetable & fruit markets, fish markets, meat markets and a great selection of eatery's, from Chinese, Japanese, French, Pizza, Italian and such.
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#19 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
In the heart of Paris, in the 2nd arrondissement near Place des Victoires, this wonderful galerie is totally covered and is the entrance to wine bars, small restaurants, tea houses, all wonderful places.To try it...
The equivalent of an early 19th Century shopping mall is now an exquisite piece of period architecture with unique shops, antiques, fine food products, lovely things.
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#20 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Spent a few hours wandering around Great view from the top terrace Great Food Hall heaps of shopping for all kinds of wishes Starbucks English Books and well worth a visit to see
From the exquisite displays on every floor (including one of pastries and macaroons by celebrated pastry chef Pierre Hermé), the opulent dome worthy of a basilica, to the free entry top floor exterior viewing plat...
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#21 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
It doesn’t matter if your can’t afford it’s prices It’s a great visit to a beautiful and ultra chic mega store Make sure to visit its food hall...great tastes and a wide range of gifts and local treats to bring ba...
Journeys of shopping delight continues on, starting from beauty and the chicest most delectable gifts and trinkets on the first floor, and build your way up to the sun-lit shoe salon, and corners after corners aft...
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#22 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
She took my young teenaged daughter and me to a range of shops including a boutique where we met the clothing designer, some fun Junior stores, and even a really cool vintage shop wihere you buy clothes by the kilo.
From the day I booked her teen shopping trip for my daughters she was in communication with me about their tastes and styles in clothes to prepare for, what turned out to be, the perfect fashion experience in Paris!
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#23 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
There are other stores and small boutiques selling jewelry, wines, and gifts, but first and foremost Passage des Panoramas is the traditional Parisian hub of all things philately and postal memorabilia, a true tre...
It soon started housing several shops with stamps and postcards, which are still to be found as well as many cozy restaurants - special mention for Canard & Champagne!
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#24 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
It has kept the many beautiful shop signs and lamps, as well as the richly decorated wooden facades and is in some ways more elegant than the Joffroy passage I find, Shops include bookstores, toys for children and...
Take a stroll and take some photos, Note that people live here.
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#25 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Everybody just must visit this shop The best halva in France , adorable customer service and the shop is so beautiful with the best crew and vibes you just don’t want to go away lol Thank you Lina and Roni the man...
I love shops that focus in one product and offer all the varieties
#26 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
We’ve always enjoyed the smaller shop down a side street in the St.Germaine area, that too has a special little upstairs where you can enjoy cakes and teas,served by a fella in a white linen suit (at least that’s...
One of the oldest tea shops in Europe!
#27 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Did a wine making workshop with Christina, it was amazing would definitely recommend it, such a lovely activity, we were lucky enough to have the workshop to ourselves.
The location itself is really wonderful and there was also a fun activity of trying to match different smells to the correct fruit/spice/herb etc. Would definitely recommend this visit, it is so close to the louvr...
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#28 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
There are miles of macarons in every color and flavor imaginable, tons of chocolates covering all sorts of magical foods and a great selection of gifts to take home.
Got delicious macaroons and delicious chocolate- great place to stop and great some treats.
#29 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
As we went in and out of great little boutiques for jewelry, clothing, perfume, and shoes; Wendy deftly guided us with her expertise and deep knowledge of the shopping scene in Paris.
We shopped for hours without a break (Wendy was a shopping beast like me).
#30 of 1,013 Shopping in Paris
Antiques galore, everything from armoires to ink wells, silver, glassware , vintage clothing and everything in between.
HUGE flea market with beaucoup items...scored a vintage Le Creuset pot in perfect condition for 50 euros and my friend bought many one of a kind items to furnish her new kitchen
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