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Magazine Where Paris n°236, english edition, daté septembre 2013

  1. 1. The Fashion Issue SEPTEMBER 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® Paris CRITIC’S CHOICE: A GALLERY ROUND-UP 5 FAVOURITE TABLES MEDIEVAL PARIS + Fall Fashion and Travel Tips from Designer John Varvatos Style for Miles ® WP SEPT COVER.indd 1 07/08/2013 08:29
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  4. 4. the guide Get the city buzz online from our local editors. ALSO INSIDE The Fashion Issue SEPTEMBER 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® Paris CRITIC’S CHOICE: A GALLERY ROUND-UP 5 FAVOURITE TABLES MEDIEVAL PARIS + Fall Fashion and Travel Tips from Designer John Varvatos Style for Miles ® WP SEPT COVER.indd 1 07/08/2013 08:29 AUGUST 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ®® CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS Paris FUN FAIR PARIS PLAGE GAULTIER FASHION AND MORE... + The Eiffel Tower, an Oversized Birdcage and a Hot Air Balloon Await to Take You Outside PARIS AL FRESCO WP AUGUST COV.indd 1 12/07/2013 15:15 JULY 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ® CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS Paris A BASTILLE DAY CELEBRATION DELICIOUS DINING ROUND-UP BARS, CLUBS AND MORE... + Bespoke Luxury, Capsule Collections and Scented Gloves all Await A SUMMER OF FASHION JULY 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ® CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARISOF WHERE PARIS ParisParis A BASTILLE DAY CELEBRATION DELICIOUS DINING ROUND-UP BARS, CLUBS AND MORE... + Bespoke Luxury, Capsule Collections and Scented Gloves all Await A SUMMER OF FASHION WP JULY COV FINAL.indd 1 11/06/2013 15:32 JUNE 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ® CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS Paris BOTTLE IN A A PATRICK DEMARCHELIER EXHIBITION DESIGN DUO CAMPANA BROTHERS COCKTAILS WITH A VIEW AND MORE... + Stimulate Your Senses with the Best of Shopping, Dining and Attractions PARIS WP JUNE COV FINAL.indd 1 15/05/2013 10:54 Bite into the Tastiest Burgers in the City BURGERSBURGERS BEST LE NÔTRE AT VERSAILLES 4 FRENCH FARE PICKS BARS AND MORE.... + MAY 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ® Paris CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS DOWNLOAD FOR FREE WP MAY COV FINAL.indd 1 11/04/2013 10:23 APRIL 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ® BUCHERER TIMEPIECES GLORIOUS GALLERIES TOP CHEF ATELIERS AND MORE... + Paris Watch the Musical Fountains Come Alive Watch the Musical Versailles CELEBRATES CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS WP APR Cover_new.indd 1 11/03/2013 16:32 PRALINES AT THE CHOCOLATE MUSEUM DALÍ AND PARIS COCKTAILS AT THE EIFFEL TOWER + MARCH 2013 THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GO® ®®® Paris CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS PARISArt, Fine Fare and Fashion OPULENT WP COVERS2.indd 1 12/02/2013 12:05 CONNECT WITH US ONLINE ON THE COVER Turn to page 8 to meet designer to the stars John Varvatos. Photo courtesy of John Varvatos 39 SHOPPING Boutiques & Specialty Shops listings Swarovski by Shourouk 49 MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS Museums & Attractions listings Loti’s Legacy 56 DINING Dining listings M.O.B. (Maimonides of Brooklyn) GranCaffe Convivium L’Abeille 68 ENTERTAINMENT Entertainment & Nightlife listings Little Red Door Raspoutine 76 SERVICES Services & Transportation listings Getting Around & Neighbourhoods 80 MAPS 6 Hot Dates 82 30 Things We Love where now 8 John Varvatos The rock’n’roll-loving designer shares with us his best travelling tips. 10 Esteban Cortázar The young Colombian designer brings us his latest collection and shows us his Paris. 12 Critic’s Choice Cutting edge Italian design, dream-filled interior décors in a 17th century mansion, intriguing tribal art and the perfect portraits of Bert Stern are all on the agenda this month. 20 A Table for Every Mood Our favourite five restaurants this month will tickle all your taste buds with everything from classic crepes to fancy foie gras. Paris September 2013 CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF WHERE PARIS 20 4 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP SEP TOC.indd 2 07/08/2013 09:07
  5. 5. COME AND DISCOVER OUR STORE 16, rue de Passy 75016 PARIS WP IBLUES.indd 1 01/08/2013 15:38
  6. 6. THIS MONTH IN PARIS Hot Dates September 2013 MAISON & OBJET The annual tradeshow starts today at Paris Nord Villepinte, showcasing the best of interior design. Discover the latest must-have objects over the next four days and from the 9th of September take part in Paris Design Week when all the leaders in interior design invite you in their showrooms for you to see first hand the latest in design innovation. Visit and for all further information. REVELATIONS From today through to the 15th take in Revelations, the very first fine craft fair organised by Ateliers d’Art de France. Held at the Grand Palais, the fair reveals the talents of craftsmen in different domains including fashion and jewellery making. Ave Winston Churchill (8th) COFFEE BREAK If you are a coffee fan then you must discover pastry chef Pierre Hermé’s coffee collection of pastries that hits boutiques today. The collection includes a café-flavoured croissant, macaron and millefeuille. 72 rue Bonaparte (6th), 01 43 54 47 77 FASHION WEEK The Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear shows start today. Sit back and take in the excitement around the fashion capital as all the fashionistas descend on the city creating a magnificent vibe. FREE ART Take in the beauty of the city and head to Les Docks, where Parisienne en Eté (Parisians in Summer), a beautiful photo exhibit is being hosted. The free exhibit features black and white photos of Parisians lunching, swimming and taking in the sun along the Seine. Cité de la Mode et du Design, 34 quai d’Austerlitz (13th) PARTY PEOPLE Open from midnight to the public, party the night away with the rich and famous at David Lynch’s exclusive club, Silencio. 142 rue Montmartre (2nd), 01 40 13 12 33 SILVER LININGS Shop along the famous Avenue Montaigne, stop at the exclusive Montaigne Market boutique and be one of the first to wear Christophe Josse’s statement-making jewellery. 57 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 42 56 58 58 A CHAMPAGNE DINNER Starting tonight you can dine on the Menu Krug Park Hyatt Paris- Vendôme, an exceptional set menu created by Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Rouquette with the house of Krug served exclusively at Pur’, the gourmet restaurant at the Park Hyatt. Reservations are required. 5 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01 58 71 12 34 16 MONDAY 6 FRIDAY TUESDAY 24 14 SATURDAY FRANCKSORBIER©PATRICKGRIES;JEAN-FRANÇOISROUQUETTEPHOTO©STÉPHANEDEBOURGIES-PARISCAPITALE;THÉAURITZ.PARIS,VERS1925©BORISLIPNITZKI/ROGER-VIOLLET; SILENCIO©ALEXANDREGUIRKINGER/SILENCIO WEDNESDAY 25 DRINKS AT THE PLAZA Before the Plaza Athénée hotel closes next month for renovations make sure you grab a cocktail at its mythical bar or a decadent pastry made by the world-famous pastry chef Christophe Michalak in the hotel’s La Galerie des Gobelins. 25 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 53 67 66 65 28 SATURDAY 2 MONDAY 11 WEDNESDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY 20-21 AN OUTDOOR OPERA Watch Mozart’s The Magic Flute under the stars at the Fontainebleau Chateau as part of this year’s Opera en Plein Air program. Tickets available at Fnac. 6 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 SUNDAY 29 PARISIAN PASTRIES Celebrate Éclair Week at Fauchon and enjoy one or two of the many flavours available, including salted caramel and of course the classic chocolate. 24-26 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01 70 39 38 00 MONDAY - SATURDAY 2-7 Lynch’s exclusive club, Silencio. A CHAMPAGNE DINNER Starting tonight you can dine on the Menu Krug Park Hyatt Paris- Vendôme, an exceptional set menu created by Michelin-starred chef SUNDAY 29 WP SEP Hotdates.indd 2 07/08/2013 09:14
  7. 7. advertising & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Contact: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 42 SENIOR account managers Corinne Durant*, Jana Herrmann* account managerS Aurélien Andrieux*, Delphine Sauvion* Sales & marketing support coordinator Amanda Ferreira* Tel: 01 43 12 56 48 DISTRIBUTION AND HOTEL SERVICES MANAGER Suzanne Tang* Tel: 01 80 05 16 62 OFFICE MANAGER Emmanuelle Marquet* Tel: 01 43 12 56 41 Designer and production Manager Céline Février* Tel: 01 43 12 56 55 Designer and WEB DESIGNER Laura Zaharia* Tel: 01 43 12 56 49 *email: Published by theVisitor Publications division of Morris Communications Company, LLC 725 Broad St., Augusta, GA 30901 where® m a g a z i n e Your traveling companion since 1936® PUBLISHER Pascal Tranchant Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 42 email: EDITORIAL EDITOR Sandra Iskander* Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 46 GROUP ART DIRECTOR Tim Benton CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Alexander Lobrano, Patricia Valicenti* CONTRIBUTING DESIGNERS Shia-Ying Wallis, Christine Wurth PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Melanie Needham SENIOR PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Jennifer Bourne PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Jenny Brown MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS MVP i EXECUTIVE President Donna W. Kessler MVP i CREATIVE CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER Haines Wilkerson DESIGN DIRECTOR Jane Frey CREATIVE COORDINATOR Beverly Mandelblatt MVP i EUROPE maNAGING DIRECTOR EUROPE Chris Manning Where Paris: Mensuel d’informations touristiques et culturelles. Edité par Where Paris SNC. Société en nom collectif constituée le 26 mai 1993 au capital de €1.725.795. Durée 99 ans. Siège social: 35 rue des Mathurins, 75008 Paris. 391 247 251 RCS PARIS. Représentant légal: Chris Manning. Principaux associés: Morris Visitor Publications, Augusta GA. Imprimé par William Gibbons & Sons Ltd, Angleterre, ISO 14001 accredited. Tirage: 53,674 (OJD 2012). N° de ISSN: 1241-8625. Dépôt légal: septembre 2013. Reproduction interdite sauf accord préalable. WHERE PARIS 35 rue des Mathurins 75008 Paris, France Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 56 Fax: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 57 The papers used for this magazine are produced from recycled fibre and certified sustainable sources by mills with recognised environmental management accreditation MORRIS COMMUNICATIONS Chairman & CEO William S. Morris III President William S. Morris IV In collaboration with: Plan ahead for your next visit to Paris, subscribe to Where® Magazine: Single copy €6 (in France and Europe), €10 (outside Europe). Annual 12 issues €65 (France), €70 (Europe), €112 (outside Europe). Contact: Suzanne Tang Tel: +33 (0)1 80 05 16 62 E-mail: Where® Magazine makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information it publishes, but cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from errors or omissions. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited. Where® is a registered trademark of Morris Visitor Publications. In Paris, Where® Magazine is a member of the AICR Paris and an Honorary Member of the Clefs d'Or France. DOWNLOAD FOR FREE wherenow PARIS Plan your trip or download on arrival, the new app Where Now Paris for iPhones. whereM A G A Z I N E ® Paris  7 WP SEP Masthead.indd 7 07/08/2013 09:40
  8. 8. PHOTOCREDITGOESHERE John Varvatos is, like the musicians he dresses, on constant tour. When the NYC-based designer isn’t in his studio, he is on the road, attending Milan Fashion Week to show his menswear collection, jetting to LA for the John Varvatos Stuart House Benefit and traversing the globe in search of inspiration and sites for his retail empire. Once an over-packer, frequent flyer Varvatos is now a lean, list-making machine who simplifies without missing a sartorial beat. The Detroit native travels with equal parts elegance (his method for packing a suit is, in a word, genius) and attitude (he never leaves home without leather boots.) Trust the man who outfits rock legends like Iggy Pop, Slash and Gary Clark Jr. to put some swagger in your next trip. wherenowWHERE® FASHION MONTH Have SWAGGER Will TRAVEL Make room for cool. John Varvatos – designer to rock gods – shows us the art of packing light – with maximum swagger. Paris B Y C H E R Y L L O C K E WP SEP WhereNowINTRO.indd 8 08/08/2013 16:22
  9. 9. How has travel influenced your work as a designer? Travel is the only time I’m not in meetings, and I have time to think. So, when I’m travelling, I’m watching people in the street. I’m going to flea markets, art galleries, vintage clothing stores, and bookstores, and looking at architecture and details on buildings and cars. If you could wake up anywhere tomorrow, where would that be? I love Paris. I love London. I love Tokyo. I love Florence, [but] my getaway [has to be] the island of Mustique. It’s small, private and there isn’t much to do. It’s a place I go to shut out everything except my family and friends I’m with. My wife and I eloped there, and we go pretty much once a year. It’s a magical place. What’s your idea of the perfect travel outfit? A great looking dress shirt you can take from a business meeting and later on wear with a t-shirt and jeans. You can never go wrong with a great pair of dark jeans and boots. I’m not talking about Western boots. Our boots are Old World, they have an elegance to them and a worn-in look. If I have those core pieces, I can get through anything. What do you always have with you on a flight? A light scarf on the plane, it keeps you warm, and if it’s made of cotton or silk, you can wear it to dinner as a tie. And my iPad, I call it my life. Any tips for packing light? Think about versatile items that can go from day to night, so that they can be both casually elegant and elegant. Less is more in a way. I travel weeks on end, and I used to be an over-packer, but I travel better when [my packing list] is concise. It’s a thought process. What are the things you’re going to be doing? Are you going to be out in the evenings? Are you going to business meetings? Make a list and pack what you need. Do you have a foolproof look for business meetings? I can get away with more, since I’m a designer. I show up at a meeting wearing a leather jacket and it works. If you’re in the corporate world, you need a great-fitting suit no matter your size or weight. It’s not about the price. It’s about great tailoring. You automatically look more powerful when you have things that fit well. Even if you’re bigger, anything that gives you shape is better. What’s the most effective method for packing a suit? I struggle with it from time to time, depending on the fabrics. If you get off a plane and have to go to a meeting without having a chance to get it pressed, travel with a light garment bag you can put overhead or hang up. If you’re bringing more than one suit, use a larger rectangular suitcase. If you flat fold the jacket on a table with tissue in between the folds and across the sleeves, you can pull it out of your suitcase, hang it up and wear it immediately. What kind of gent do you design for? Of course we love artists, photographers and musicians, but it’s just someone with a creative bone, who has an affinity for details, whether it’s electronics, cars or their clothes. He has an appreciation for fine things and he’s more concerned about style than fashion. What does the suit look like this fall? It’s Cary Grant. [The silhouette] has more suppression at the waist. The shoulders are slightly sharper, not as rounded. That strength in the shoulder gives an old-Hollywood elegance and a more powerful look. We’re still in shorter-suit mode, but lengths are getting slightly longer. When you go hourglass, you have to go longer otherwise it makes you look hippy, even if you’re skinny. What are the easiest updates to make this season? A new suit we just talked about, preferably in midnight. It’s very chic, even in tuxedos. We’re also in a moment where it’s all about the jacket. It’s a tailored piece not outerwear. You can dress it up, dress it down and turn the collar up. What are your favorite tunes on the road? Everyone thinks about me as rock ’n’ roll, but I’m actually a big jazz and blues fan. Right now I’ve been listening to the new David Bowie album “The Next Day”, Boz Scaggs’s “Memphis”, Johnny Marr’s new “Messenger” and Gary Clark Jr.’s first solo album. Music is something I really enjoy, and it’s also a big stimulus. Depending on the energy I need, if I want to be laid back, I could be listening to jazz or blues. If I’m designing or sketching, I’m usually listening to rock ’n’ roll. You were a mentor on NBC’s “Fashion Star”. What was the most thrilling part about being a TV personality? The thought of doing TV was daunting, but the reality is that it’s very much what I do every day. The difference is [on TV], the designers don’t have to listen to me. Here [at my studio], they have to listen to me. It was also fun working with [co-judges] Nicole Richie and Jessica Simpson and our host, Louise Roe. We’re all really close friends and laughed a lot. It was almost melancholy when we’d finish shooting. You debuted your line in 2000 and have grown your company to a global brand. What’s next? We’ll be opening in London, Bangkok and Singapore in spring 2014. I have a car coming out with Chrysler. I’m thinking of the possibility of doing a home collection. And we continue to do everything better, keep the bar raised high and never take our eye off what has gotten us here. The John Varvatos Collection is available at Le Bon Marché PHOTOSCOURTESYOFJOHNVARVATOS 9 WP SEP WhereNowINTRO.indd 9 08/08/2013 16:24
  10. 10. Previously the Creative Designer at Emanuel Ungaro, Esteban Cortázar now has his own fashion label, with his latest collection hitting the runways during the last Fashion Week in Paris. Where sat with the self- proclaimed perfectionist to talk about his inspirations and the fashion capital. Interview Esteban CortázarBy Sandra Iskander Made up of 18 pieces, his latest collection is “very graphic and graceful in the movement, it is about softness and calmness”, explains the young Colombian designer. Focused more than ever on creating pieces that his clients can purchase the moment they are shown on the runway, Esteban shows two small capsule collections per year. He does not create Spring/Summer or Autumn/Winter collections but creates rather, as he describes it, “more [of] an eternal collection. It all started with net-a-porter having worldwide exclusivity of the collection online and now Maria Luisa is the first one to have the collection offline in Paris, and we always thought of a woman who is all over the world, not just in Paris, in Hong Kong, in New York. And right now it’s winter somewhere and summer somewhere I love to have lunch at Le Marché des Enfants Rouges. It’s my favourite! 39 rue de Bretagne (3rd) I love the Marais in general, it is so much fun. I love Place des Vosges and Nanashi . (57 rue Charlot, 3rd) Montmartre. I love the view from there. Sometimes I just go for the view and just sit there and take in the city because it’s so beautiful. Candelaria [speakeasy bar accessed through a taco restaurant]. It’s a cool place especially how you enter it. 52 rue de Saintonge (3rd) What Esteban Cortázar loves about Paris… else so it’s not about spring, summer, autumn or winter, it’s about pieces that work all year round and can be trans-seasonal. The idea is what you see on the runway is already in the store to buy, you don’t have to wait for 6 months, it used to work but now I don’t think it does, with certain websites you see things immediately so by the time they are in stores it feels old.” His latest collection, as he explains, is an “exploration of angles and curves and lines of the body. When I started to sketch I started to see that the pieces reminded me of a stingray in the water so I wanted to have something that would explain that thought process. For me it’s all about continuation, it’s all about building a language it’s not about going from one place to the next.” Featuring attitude-induced pieces in metallic tones, Esteban’s versatile collection will take you from morning to evening and from Paris to New York with fashionable ease. The collection features slim-line silhouettes and includes sexy shift dresses that can be dressed up with sexy heels or dressed down for a cooler day with biker boots and chunky accessories. You can discover the pieces exclusively at Maria Luisa at Printemps where now Pariswhere now Paris 10  WHERE PARIS september 2013 WP SEP WhereNow1v3.indd 10 08/08/2013 15:38
  11. 11. The world of Beretta in the heart of Paris Beretta Gallery 57, Rue Pierre Charron (Crossing Champs-Élysées) Pure Italian lifestyle celebrating the outdoor. PARIS - BUENOS AIRES - DALLAS - LONDON - MILAN - NEW YORK WP BERETTA.indd 1 01/08/2013 15:42
  12. 12. COLOUR ME NEW If you’re looking to change your hair colour and are looking for a hair colourist you can trust then we recommend the charming Catarina. The professional hair colourist, who worked with the famous Christophe Robin for over ten years, recently opened her own salon in the 3rd arrondissement, L’Atelier des Couleurs. With an apartment-like décor, hidden from passer-bys, the salon overlooks a very quiet street and perfectly reflects Catarina’s down-to-earth charm. With years of experience in colour, she effortlessly matches the right hair colour to your own or if you wish, she will suggest a new shade to suit your complexion. Reservations are required. 4 rue Bérenger (3rd), 01 44 61 19 89 M2 Beauté has just launched an oil-free eye make-up remover that makes taking off even the most stubborn of mascaras so simple. While the eye make-up remover is available in a bottle we actually love the pack with 7 pre-dabbed cotton pads, ideal for when you want to travel light. Available at Colette BEAUTY BUZZ B E L L I S S I M A Dolce & Gabbana’s make-up collection has finally arrived in France and fans of the brand and beauty buffs will not be disappointed. The collection is quite complete, featuring everything from intense black mascara to a fire engine red, inspired by Monica Bellucci, to complete a sexy and smouldering look. With an array of products, colours and textures, every lady will find something with which to update her make-up bag. Available exclusively at Galeries Lafayette. TRAVEL BUDDY If you love having perfectly straightened hair, and when travelling you can’t embrace the idea of letting your tresses au naturel and allow them to kink their way through the French capital then you will love Toni & Guy’s light hair straightener. The user-friendly ceramic straightener heats up very quickly wasting no time in getting you Paris ready and easily travels with you in your carry-on luggage. Available at all Darty stores including 8 ave des Ternes (17th) T R A V E L L I N G T R E S S E S BY SANDRA ISKANDER WHERE NOW Paris 12 WHERE PARIS SEPTEMBER 2013 WP SEP WhereNow1v3.indd 12 08/08/2013 15:39
  13. 13. LUFTHANSA FIRST CLASS SYMBOL OF PERFECTION Refinement, serenity, exclusivity. The new Lufthansa First Class invites the most demanding passengers to experience incomparable luxury and comfort in the air and on the ground. Welcome aboard. The First Class Terminal in Frankfurt In Frankfurt, First Class passengers starting their journey here have their own dedicated Lufthansa First Class Terminal, more like a luxury hotel than an airport terminal. On the Airbus A380, First Class passengers sit in a separate area with just eight seats on the upper deck; in the new Boeing 747-8 they sit in an equally private and secluded space at the front of the plane. The ambience on board is peaceful, luxurious and particularly refined. The on-board entertainment is a world-wide reference. State-of-the-art sound insulation ensures total peace and quiet in the cabin, a humidifying system replicates ground air conditions. The new First Class seat turns into a proper flat, with a revolutionary mattress that is exceptionally restful for the back and legs. Lastly, real bathrooms with separate toilets and dressing rooms are provided on board and passengers are supplied with an amenity kit complete, a pair of pyjamas and many other details that help make the new Lufthansa First Class truly exclusive. 5-star travel Lufthansa is the only European airline to have been awarded 5 star ranking by Skytrax, the recognised evaluator of airline products and services the world over, Skytrax has also commended the cabin crews for constantly improving the quality of services over the last 12 months. Culinary pleasures To match this on-board comfort, the First Class menus are devised by internationally renowned Michelin-starred chefs such as Anne-Sophie Pic, Marc Haeberlin, David Bouley and Thomas Keller. Drawing inspiration from internationally renowned gourmet restaurants, Lufthansa upholds its tradition of serving outstanding food on board. And to accompany these delicious dishes, one of the world’s greatest sommeliers, Markus Del Monego, chooses the finest wines for the Vinothek Discoveries selection. Last but not least, the best caviars and coffees are naturally also served. Discover the Lufthansa First Class at ADVERTORIAL AP 206X276.indd 1 15/07/13 11:01WP LUFTHANSA.indd 1 01/08/2013 15:41
  14. 14. 14  WHERE PARIS september 2013 YvesSaintLaurent’spersonaldesk©WillyHuybrechtsGallery;Mounia,defiléYvesSaint-Laurent,Paris,1988©GérardMusy,CourtesyGalerieEstherWoerdehoff;Littleblackdressphoto©SOM cultural CHIC Backstage Be au t y culture B y s a n d r a i s k a n d e r This month the worlds of fashion and art collide bringing us iconic little black dresses, taking us backstage to fabulous fashion shows and showing us Yves Saint Laurent’s desk. The Mona Bismarck American Center for Art and Culture is hosting the Little Black Dress exhibition, which is organised by the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art and beautifully curated by Vogue editor at large André Léon Talley. Through to September 22 you can discover the wardrobe staple as seen through the eyes of different fashion houses. Over fifty dresses are on show, including elegant pieces from Chanel, Tom Ford and Oscar de la Renta, including some previously worn by a few of the biggest and stylish stars in the world including fashion favourite Sarah Jessica Parker and songstress Rihanna. With the exhibit showing dresses from different decades it is interesting to see just how classic the little black dress really is. 34 ave de New York (16th), 01 47 23 38 88 In the 80s, Gérard Musy was one of the first fashion photographers to head backstage during the fashion shows and click away, capturing the models as they got their final touches before hitting the catwalks. Now the Galerie des Nouvelles Images at the Hotel Scribe is giving you a peak at this mythical world of fashion and glamour. From the 19th of September through to the 7th of November, the intimate hotel gallery is hosting Back to Backstage, an exhibit showcasing twenty black and white photographs taken by the talented Musy, featuring photos taken backstage at, among others, Thierry Mugler, Yves Saint Laurent and Azzedine Alaïa shows. 1 rue Scribe (9th) T h e L i t t l e B l ac k D r e s s From the 19th of September through to the 19th of October the Galerie Willy Huybrechts is bringing together thirty furniture pieces designed by American artist Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux. The Rediscovering the Amazon of Art Deco exhibition is a retrospective of the artist’s work and showcases drawings alongside the Art Deco pieces, which include Yves Saint Laurent’s personal desk. 11 rue Bonaparte (6th), 01 43 54 29 29 Mon-Sat 11am-7pm An Art Deco Retrospective where now Paris WP SEP WhereNow2.indd 24 07/08/2013 10:19
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  16. 16. JEWELLERYPHOTOS©FRÉDÉRICPOLETTI “I know their tastes and what they are looking for”, she explains. It’s a delicate balance between what sparkles and the original, the extravagant, the unusual, the singular, an exercise in styles that Olwen Forest masters beautifully. For her latest exhibition, fittingly entitled Jewels of the Jet Set, she has drawn from her bottomless trunks of treasures to bring together a sublime selection of creations designed by Joseff of Hollywood, Elsa Schiaparelli, Coco Chanel, Hattie Carnegie and Kenneth Jay Lane. These were the designers of the golden age of Hollywood but as well of the prominent and fashionable galas from the 1920s to the dawn of the 1970s. Jewellery dreamt up by Joseff was worn by the likes of Greta Garbo, Liz Taylor, Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Tony Curtis, both on and off the set. The avant-garde jewels are fabulous objects, inspired by the moon, the sun and the stars. The Sun God brooch, for example, was created by Joseff for the personal wardrobe of the actress Pier Angeli. The audacity of Elsa Schiaparelli is there, too. The designer who worked with Dali and Cocteau encrusted giant crystals, baptised shocking pink, into her famous jewels that remain both surrealist and luminous. Roger Jean-Pierre, famous for his couture creations for Schiaparelli, Dior and Balenciaga, is represented in the exhibition with his jewel sculptures that were adored by the stars to the end of the 1960s. And the inimitable world of Coco Chanel is on hand, too. In the middle of the 1920s, the great designer began combining her purely classical clothes with her own line of jewellery developed with the complicity of the Count Etienne de Beaumont, known for his sumptuous masked balls. The duo brought out a collection in crystal and coloured enamel fashioned by the internationally known house of Gripoix. “A jewel always has a story to tell”, says Olwen Forest, a point clearly underscored by her current exhibition, which gives the look behind the scenes of the jet set and a world of brilliant stars who were directed by Billy Wilder and photographed by Cecil Beaton. FROM SEPTEMBER 8 TO FEBRUARY 3 Sat 9:30am-5:30pm, Sun 10:30am-5:30pm & Mon from 11am-4pm Puces of Saint-Ouen, Marché Serpette, 110 rue des Rosiers, St-Ouen, allée 3-stands 5 & 7, M° Porte de Clignancourt, 01 40 11 96 38 JEWELLERYPHOTOS©FRÉDÉRICPOLETTI Cuff bracelet attributed to Hattie Carnegie, circa 1950 too. The designer who worked with Dali and Cocteau encrusted giant crystals, baptised remain both surrealist and luminous. Roger Jean-Pierre, famous for his couture creations represented in the exhibition with his jewel sculptures that were adored by the stars to of jewellery developed with the complicity of the Count Etienne de Beaumont, known Chanel cuff bracelet, circa 1980 brought out a collection in crystal and coloured enamel fashioned by the underscored by her current exhibition, which gives the look behind the scenes of the jet set and a world of brilliant stars who were directed by Billy Wilder and photographed by Cecil Beaton. 1970s. Jewellery dreamt up by Joseff was worn by the likes of Greta Garbo, Liz Taylor, Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe, Douglas The avant-garde jewels are fabulous objects, inspired by the moon, the sun and the stars. The Sun God brooch, for example, was created by Joseff for the personal wardrobe of the actress IT IS A FABULOUS ARRAY OF JEWELLERY WORN BY A GLAMOROUS SET OF STARS THAT AWAITS THE VISITOR ON THE EDGE OF TOWN. VINTAGE JEWEL EXPERT AND COLLECTOR OLWEN FOREST PRESENTS A WORLD SHE KNOWS WELL, STARS AND THE JET SET. THEY STOP IN AT HER SHOP TO WEND THROUGH ITS ELEGANT TREASURES. JEWELLERY JEWELS OF THE JET SET –– OLWEN FOREST –– WHERE NOW ParisWHERE NOW Paris 16 WHERE PARIS SEPTEMBER 2013 Orchid brooch created by the Count Etienne de Beaumont, circa 1930 Brooch created by Roger Jean-Pierre, circa 1960 JEWELS OF THE JET SET Orchid brooch created by the Count Etienne de Beaumont, circa 1930 Orchid brooch created by the Count Etienne de Beaumont, circa 1930 WP SEP WhereNow1v3.indd 14 07/08/2013 10:03
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  18. 18. 18 WHERE PARIS SEPTEMBER 2013 INTRIGUING IMAGININGS THE MAGIC OF BERT STERN GALLERIES CRITIC’S CHOICEB Y P A T R I C I A V A L I C E N T I When fall comes to Paris the art world flourishes with an extensive array of events and exhibitions. Cutting edge Italian design, dream-filled interior décors in a 17th century mansion, intriguing tribal art and the perfect portraits of Bert Stern are all on the agenda. A stunning 17th century Parisian mansion on the banks of the Seine has been metamorphosed by 15 internationally acclaimed decorators, architects and designers who have imparted upon it their individual contemporary visions of a private home. The journey into the mansion includes, among others, a room for lunch on the grass complete with a lawn, a white tent and a chandelier of butterflies, a music room replete with a Pleyel piano and a bedroom of black, gold and whimsical patterns fit for a little prince. The show, organised by AD Intérieurs, being held for the 4th time, presents contemporary spaces adapted to a contemporary lifestyle for which the decorators drew on dreamlike, surrealistic and poetic references to imagine their tableau-like settings. Bruno Moinard took his inspiration from Ovid’s Metamorphoses to create his mythological dining room where shadows move through backlit perforated metal while Maria Pergay has created an enchanted office for Fendi with an airy atmosphere showcasing her emblematic pieces like the flying carpet bed. Even the garden of the home has also been given an ephemeral new liveable look for the duration of the exhibition. Sept 7-22, 11am-7pm L’Enclos des Bernardins 47 quai de la Tournelle (5th) It was the summer of 1962 when the photographer Bert Stern took pictures of Marilyn Monroe in a Los Angeles hotel. The portraits were ethereal, at times pensive, and joyful, with the star smiling broadly. The pictures became part of the lore of mythical photo shoots for they were among the last photographs to be taken of Marilyn Monroe. Now, La Galerie de l’Instant is paying tribute to Stern, one of the very great portrait artists and fashion photographers, in an exhibition entitled Bert Stern – Portraits and Stories. The show puts the spotlight on the body of his work with images from the beginning of the 1960s through to the Kate Moss shoot for Vogue. The photographs embody, perfectly, the glamour of their subjects among them Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Audrey Hepburn, Alain Delon and Catherine Deneuve, Twiggy and Madonna. Through September 25 Tues–Sat 11am-7pm/Sun 2:30pm-6:30pm THESURREALISTSITTINGROOMBYHUBERTDEMALHERBEANDTHELUNCHINTHEGRASSTENTBYTHECABINETALBERTOPINTOPHOTOS©DR;AUDREYHEPBURN,1966PHOTO©BERTSTERN,COURTESYGALERIEDEL’INSTANT,PARIS WHERE NOW Paris WP SEP WhereNow2.indd 18 07/08/2013 10:08
  19. 19. Into the TRIBAL A sculptural coffee table, a gilded copper armchair and a highly graphic ensemble of wood and mosaic are among the exceptional pieces of contemporary Italian design being exhibited at the Galerie Maeght. Beauty will save the world, wrote Dostoyevsky, and that is the guiding principle behind the GoriLab, a hotbed for design ideas that puts forth works by artists, designers and architects who create in total liberty. Collectors Fabio and Paolo Gori and art publishers Stefania and Flavio Pannocchia decided to bring together their know-how and love of art to give rise to a studio producing objets d’art, ceramics, furnishings and jewellery in limited editions. The Left Bank gallery is presenting the creations emanating from the GoriLab studio for the first time in Paris with 14 pieces from Alessandro Mendini, Massimilano and Doriana Fuksas, Mimmo Paladino and Sandro Chia, all leading artists on the contemporary Italian design scene. From September 5 through to October 12 42 rue du Bac (7th), 01 45 48 45 15 Objects that heal, masterpieces from the Cameroon, magical reliquaries and extravagant headdresses from the Congo Basin are among the outstanding art works converging on the Left Bank for the Parcours des Mondes, the world’s leading tribal art fair. Highlights include daily objects of the Dayak people of the island of Borneo linked to ceremonies, fertility rights and the fight against evil forces, presented by the Pascassio Manfredi gallery. The Galerie Patrick and Ondine Mestdagh offers a journey into Polynesia through 20 rare pieces from Oceania, while an exhibition entitled Beauty Salon by the Galerie Maine Durieu is devoted to exquisite ornaments and jewels from Africa used to adorn the body and hair. This journey into the diversity of the tribal arts of Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania showcases exceptional pieces from some 60 carefully selected galleries from around the world and are hosted in art galleries throughout the Beaux-Arts quarter of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood from September 10 through to September 15. Visit for a map and a list of participating galleries THESURREALISTSITTINGROOMBYHUBERTDEMALHERBEANDTHELUNCHINTHEGRASSTENTBYTHECABINETALBERTOPINTOPHOTOS©DR;AUDREYHEPBURN,1966PHOTO©BERTSTERN,COURTESYGALERIEDEL’INSTANT,PARIS SCACCOALRE(CHESS,CHECKTHEKING),BYMIMMOPALADINOPHOTO©GORILAB;OBJECTOFTHEKEREWAPEOPLE,PAPUA,NEWGUINEAPHOTO©VOYAGEURSETCURIEUX Divine Design 19 Galerie Taménaga IMPRESSIONIST, MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART 18 avenue Matignon - Paris 8th Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt Tel: 01 42 66 61 94 / MODERN WORKS: Cézanne, Renoir, Redon, Rouault, Van Dongen, Dufy, Kisling, Picasso, Gris, Klee, Chagall, Bonnard, Buffet, Soutine CONTEMPORARY WORKS: Aïzpiri, Bardone, Cottavoz, Christopher, Cassigneul, Chen, Fusaro, Fernandez, Takehiko Sugawara, Tchinai, Sano Olwen Forest invites you to see her collection of vintage costume jewelry worn by famous stars and celebrities. Coco Chanel , Schiaparelli, Joseff of Hollywood, Miriam, Haskell… A display of original Art Deco cocktail accessories complete the show. Olwen Forest Tel: 01 40 11 96 38 JEWELLERY OF THE STARS MARCHÉ SERPETTE - Allée 3, stand 5/7 110 rue des Rosiers, 93400 St-Ouen (Metro: Porte de Clignancourt) Open : Saturday, Sunday, Monday WP SEP WhereNow2.indd 19 07/08/2013 10:09
  20. 20. 20 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WHERE NOW Paris tradition holds that the first stone of the cathedral of Notre-Dame was laid in 1163 and so this year the glorious gothic structure is celebrating its 850th anniversary offering a fine occasion to explore medieval paris. it was an age in which the city was peopled by, among others, cathedral builders, alchemists, scholars, craftsmen and farmers. For the 850th anniversary of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, its crypt is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition entitled Paris disparu/ Paris restitué (Paris Gone, Paris Restored), which puts the spotlight on the urban story of Paris and how it looked from the time of Lutèce to the 19th century with a section on the Middle Ages. The visitor can take a close look at what Paris looked like during the various stages in its history notably through vestiges found in the crypt and astounding 3D scale interactive experiences developed by Dassault Systèmes. A fine glimpse into the medieval lifestyle is also found at the Musée de Cluny, which is devoted to medieval civilisation and possesses an impressive collection of arts and objects of the Middle Ages. The tapestries, fabrics, illuminated manuscripts, stained glass and gold and silver works underscore the refinement of the medieval world. The museum is housed in one of the finest examples of medieval architecture remaining in Paris and is bordered by a splendid medieval-inspired garden, which includes medicinal and aromatic plants used in the Middle Ages. Feasting and merrymaking, too, were key elements in the medieval lifestyle when life itself was so precarious. Jousts, tournaments, dancing and open-air theatre were all part of the holiday plan. Those Middle Age parties are in the forefront of an exhibition entitled La Fête au Moyen Age, being held in the Tour Jean sans Peur, a medieval tower dating from the 15th century found right in the heart of Paris. Meanwhile, the Tour Saint-Jacques, a 16th century bell tower from the late Middle Ages has opened to the public for the first time this year. And an exhibition at the Musée de la Franc- Maçonnerie (The Museum of Freemasonry) entitled The Rule and the Compass, is devoted to tools and publications used by cathedral and other builders over the centuries. The exhibition takes a look at how in the 17th century Freemasons adapted their symbolic language from the architectural philosophy and thinking of the builder masons of among other ages, the Middle Ages. B Y P A T R I C I A V A L I C E N T IB Y P A T R I C I A V A L I C E N T I MINGLING WITH THE MEDIEVAL NOTRE-DAME CRYPT Parvis Notre-Dame (4th), 01 55 42 50 10 MUSÉE DE CLUNY Wed-Mon 9:15am-5:45pm 6 Place Paul Painlevé (5th), 01 53 73 78 16 MUSÉE DE LA FRANC-MAÇONNERIE Tues-Fri 10am-12:30pm/2pm-6pm & Sat 10am-1pm/2pm-7pm 16 rue Cadet (9th), 01 45 23 43 97 LA TOUR JEAN SANS PEUR Wed-Sun 1:30pm-6pm 20 rue Etienne Marcel (2nd), 01 40 26 20 28 TOUR SAINT JACQUES Open until September 15th The Square Saint-Jacques at the corner of blvd Sebastopol and rue de Rivoli (4th) Guided tours only, every hour on the hour from 10am-5pm. Good physical condition is required and it is not advised for people subject to claustrophobia or vertigo. Children under 10 are not admitted. Reservations at the location are required. ADDRESS BOOK WHERE NOW Paris MINGLING WITH CULTURE Notre-DameiN3DattheexhibitioNiNthecryptofNotre-Damephoto©Dassaultsystèmes;meDievalfestiveDaNciNgsceNeatthelafêteau moyeNageexhibitioNphoto©bNf;viewofpariswiththepalaisDelacité,thesaiNte-chapelleaNDNotre-Dame,attheexhibitioNiNthecrypt ofNotre-Dame,paris,muséecarNavaletphoto©pierrebarbier/roger-viollet Notre-Dame in 3D at the exhibition in the crypt of Notre-Dame View of Paris with the Palais de la Cité, the Sainte-Chapelle and Notre-Dame at the exhibition in the crypt of Notre-Dame (above left) and a medieval festive dancing scene as seen at the La Fête au Moyen Age exhibition (right) WP SEP WhereNowXTRA.indd 18 09/08/2013 12:49
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  22. 22. 22 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WHERE NOW Paris Medieval feasts bring to mind banquet halls laden with quantities of fragrant food and drink. While the general population enjoyed simple feasts of lamb or crepes, the medieval art of feast making reached a certain perfection at royal banquets when noble hosts would have a giant terrine baked from which flying birds or a peacock would emerge. Monks also played a key role on the medieval cuisine front raising fresh water fish in ponds, brewing beer and growing crops. While beer and wine, usually served hot and spiced, flowed freely, one of the trendiest beverages in the Middle Ages was hippocras, a red or white wine-based drink flavoured with fruits and spices and served chilled. For a more precise insight into what people were eating some 600 years ago, the great 14th century French chef Guillaume Tirel, known as Taillevent, left behind his Le Viandier, a record of the cuisine of the period and his own recipes, some of which can be quite easily prepared today like watercress soup or pears in wine. In his Viandier, this one time master of the king’s kitchen details all of the foodstuffs, not just meats, of the time. Spicy sauces, predominantly of saffron, ginger, pepper and cinnamon, were used for preparing meats and fish while spices, nuts and fruits, fresh or dried, were used liberally for flavourings. Fruits were clearly in favour, fresh and in sauces, apples, pears, peaches while plums were among the fruits of predilection (12 varieties are still cultivated in France today) with Taillevent even mentioning a recipe for eel with prunes. Grains and breads were also widely consumed as well as brioche, a richer take on bread, which appeared in or around the 14th century. And among the more unusual table offerings were swans and herons. Taillevent still remains a mythical name as that of the great chef as well as that of the landmark restaurant, Le Taillevent, which perpetuates the tradition of incarnating French gastronomy. Fittingly, one of the restaurant’s emblematic dishes, created by chef Alain Solivérès, is risotto of spelt wheat, bringing back to grand cuisine a vintage grain (spelt wheat was a commonly used grain in medieval cooking) that had been all but forgotten. B Y P A T R I C I A V A L I C E N T IB Y P A T R I C I A V A L I C E N T I MEDIEVAL FEASTING LE TAILLEVENT 15 rue Lamennais (8th), 01 44 95 15 01 LES MAUVAIS GARÇONS For pike quenelles 60 Rue Oberkampf (11th), 01 48 05 73 58 NOS ANCÊTRES LES GAULOIS For an authentic and festive medieval banquet ambiance 39 rue St Louis en l’Isle (4th) 01 46 33 66 07 ACADÉMIE DE LA BIÈRE The extensive beer menu includes a good selection of Trappist beers still brewed by Cistercian monks 88bis blvd de Port Royal (5th) 01 43 54 66 65 LENÔTRE For one of the best brioches in town, flavoured with citrus fruits and almonds 48 ave Victor-Hugo (16th), 01 45 02 21 21/ 10 Rue Saint-Antoine (4th), 01 53 01 91 91 BOUTIQUE DES SAVEURS To pick up a bottle of hippocras 34 rue des Petit Carreaux (2nd) 01 42 36 07 97 ADDRESS BOOK Nos Ancêtres les Gaulois Le Taillevent Boutique des Saveurs WHERE NOW Paris MEDIEVAL DINING LETAILLEVENTANDNOSANCÊTRESLESGAULOISPHOTOS©DR;BOUTIQUEDESSAVEURSPHOTO©ERICKLARRIEU WP SEP WhereNow3.indd 18 08/08/2013 15:47
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  24. 24. 24 WHERE PARIS SEPTEMBER 2013 WHERE NOW Paris 142 CRÊPERIE CONTEMPORAINE JEANNE B When visiting Paris you must dine on French cuisine and while foie gras and escargots are gourmet delights, you still cannot beat a traditional crepe. While you can sample a takeaway crepe from food trucks around the city, the popular dish is best tasted at 142 Crêperie Contemporaine. The restaurant in the 15th arrondissement specialises in the very thin pancake, serving both savoury and sweet varieties. The menu offers a number of different buckwheat crepes served with different toppings including cheese, ham and mushrooms and sinful dessert crepes including a delicious Nutella and salted caramel sauce crepe. Reservations are recommended. 59 rue Saint Charles (15th), 01 40 59 84 01 This recently opened restaurant is a great little place for a relaxing meal and with continuous service daily from 9am to 10.30 you can eat here at any time of the day, a rarity in the capital. Found at the quiet end of rue Lepic in the very busy Montmartre neighbourhood, Jeanne B offers a picturesque view from its terrace, serving you a postcard moment of the city while you enjoy freshly prepared French cuisine including roasted chicken, homemade savoury tarts and their croque homard (lobster roll). The menu also boasts homemade dessert pies and Alpérel artisan ice-cream and with Jeanne B featuring a deli counter you can grab gourmet treats on your way out. 61 rue Lepic (18th), 01 42 51 17 53 A TABLE FOR EVERY MOOD Our favourite five restaurants this month will tickle all your taste buds with everything from classic crepes to fancy foie gras. B Y S A N D R A I S K A N D E R DINING WP SEP WhereNow2.indd 20 08/08/2013 15:42
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  26. 26. CaféKousmichoff©MarcBertrand 26  WHERE PARIS september 2013 Le Café Kousmichoff where now Paris For a lazy weekend treat, a decadent brunch should definitely be on the menu and La Cuisine restaurant is a beautiful table for a gourmet buffet. The Royal Monceau’s French restaurant serves a delicious spread every Saturday and Sunday to help you start a lazy day in style. Weather permitting, reserve your table in the terrace and enjoy the fresh buffet, which features everything from croissants, pains au chocolat, cheese, smoked salmon, salads, pasta and Pierre Hermé pastries and macarons. Sunday brunch from September 1 and Saturday brunch starting from September 7. Reservations are recommended. 37 ave Hoche (8th), 01 42 99 88 00 We have found the perfect table for you for when you are shopping on the world-famous Avenue des Champs-Elysées and hunger strikes. Discreetly tucked away on the first floor of the Kusmi Tea boutique, you will find Le Café Kousmichoff, a contemporary restaurant where Russian and French cuisine meet. Opt for caviar or smoked salmon served with blinis if you are leaning towards a Russian voyage or sample the foie gras or the beef carpaccio if you are a French lover. The dessert menu is equally Franco-Russian-flavoured with a traditional cherry and poppy seed Russian cake on offer as well as the famous Paris-Brest pastry from the Pâtisseries des Rêves, one of the best names in French pastries. The restaurant is open daily from 8am to 11pm making it the perfect stop for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a simple tea break or even a cocktail. 71 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 45 63 08 08 In the heart of Paris, only a few steps away from the gorgeous opera house and the famous department stores, fresh and authentic Italian cuisine is served at Gioia Mia. This family-run traditional trattoria is a quaint address for simple yet very good Italian fare. From the open kitchen, watch the chef prepare his chalkboard menu, which changes on a regular basis but always features delicious dishes such as an onion and bacon tart, beef carpaccio served with roquette and parmesan, and a classic tiramisu for dessert. Open Monday to Friday, this is a great table for lunch or dinner after a day of shopping. 61 rue de Provence (9th), 01 45 26 61 30 La CuisineGioia Mia WP SEP WhereNow2.indd 22 08/08/2013 15:41
  27. 27. *and sometimes more on the recommended retail price of previous seasons’ collections. † upon presentation of your Shopping ExpressTM ticket at our Welcome Center. © La Vallée Village 2013 07/13 LONDON · DUBLIN · PARIS · MADRID · BARCELONA · MILAN · BRUSSELS · FRANKFURT · MUNICH Home to 115 boutiques Armani · Diane von Furstenberg Jimmy Choo · Kenzo · Longchamp Marni · Paul & Joe · Paul Smith Salvatore Ferragamo · UGG and many more Receive 10% † further reduction in three of your favourite boutiques when travelling from Paris (Cityrama agency / Metro Pyramides) with the Shopping ExpressTM (35 minutes). Book online at or call the Cityrama agency on +33 1 44 55 60 00. Discover a place where the finest boutiques offer a minimum of 33% off * together with tax-free shopping all year round WP VALLEE VILLAGE.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:34
  28. 28. NOTRE-DAME,LASEINE©PARISTOURISTOFFICE-AMÉLIEDUPONT WHERE NOW Paris If one of our readers is only in Paris for 24 hours what one thing would you recommend they do? Walk along Quai Voltaire and Quai des Lumières. These quays have always held a soft spot for aristocrats and artists. At number 19 Baudelaire wrote Les Fleurs du Mal (Flowers of Evil), Nureyev lived at number 23 and Voltaire died at number 27. Visit the antique dealers on the Left Bank that are full of treasures including Galerie Chevalier, Galerie Antoine Laurentin and Galerie Anne- Marie Monin. Then walk along the Left Bank towards Notre-Dame and take in the façade of the Institut de France and the Paris Mint. As the fashion capital, which areas do you think showcase the best fashions? Rue de Sèvres, between Le Bon Marché and boulevard Saint- Germain where you will find the much-anticipated opening of the Shang Xia boutique and rue de Grenelle where you will find the Saint Laurent and Alexis Mabille boutiques. For our readers who are looking for a traditional Parisian bistro serving authentic French fare, where would you book them a table? Voltaire. This bistro in an institution, attracting a clientele of antique dealers and collectors. For a couple in love where would you recommend they go for a romantic dinner? L’Arpège. What have you recently discovered in Paris that you would advise guests to see? The stunning haute couture show of Stéphane Rolland showing his latest collection. TIPS FROM OUR PARIS EXPERTS... Tony Le Goff Where recently sat with Head Concierge of the Shangri-La Hotel, Tony Le Goff, to pick his brain on where and what our readers should go and see while visiting the French capital… My Paris Concierge Focus Shop at Le Bon Marché Browse Alexis Mabille’s latest collection Discover Stéphane Rolland’s stunning designs Walk along the Left Bank towards the Notre Dame 28 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP SEP WhereNow3.indd 20 08/08/2013 15:49
  29. 29. 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat 75001 Paris (enter at 19 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau or 2 rue du Bouloi) Tel. +33 01 40 39 01 51 - Fax: +33 01 40 39 01 19 ANGELA CAPUTI BIJOUX Giuggiù® wp0913_angela caputi_1.indd 1 25/07/13 09:35WP ANGELA CAPUTI.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:35
  30. 30. RU E DE CASTIG LIO N E OPÉRA PYRAMIDES HAVRE CAUMARTIN CHAUSSÉE D’ANTIN LAFAYETTE SAINT-LAZARE AVENUEDEL’OPÉRA BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES RUESCRIBE RUE SAINT-HONORÉ RU E SAIN T-HO N O RÉ RU E DE LA PAIX BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN RUEAUBER RU E DES PYRAM IDES RU E SAIN T-RO CH RU E DE LA SO U RDIÈRE RUE DANIELLE CASANOVA RU E TRO N CHET RUEVIGNON RUEGODOTDEMAUROY RUECAUMARTIN RUE DE PROVENCE RUE LOUIS-LE-GRAND RUED’ARGENTEUIL RUEDESCAPUCINES RUEDU 29JUILLET RU E D’ALG ER RUEDUHAVRE RU E DE L’ARCADE RUE DU M ONT-THABOR OPÉRA ❁Christofle ❁Maje ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁Breitling ❁Tiffany & Co ❁Daum Cartier Louis Vuitton Dubail ❁Repetto Harrison Diesel Hugo Boss Loding Kusmi Tea Kusmi Tea De Fursac ❁Korloff ❁Dinh van ❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁Van Cleef & Arpels ❁Mauboussin ❁Chanel ❁Chaumet ❁Hublot ❁Patek Philippe ❁ ❁ ❁ Emporio Armani Church’s❁ Paule Ka❁ Brooks Brothers Anne Fontaine Hugo Boss ❁ Michel Perry Chopard ❁Jaquet Droz Sephora❁ Colette❁ ❁ IKKS Tag Heuer A. Lange & Söhne Baccarat Fragonard Fragonard Palais du stylo ❁ ❁Folli Follie Miu Miu Dior Mikimoto ❁E.Goyard ❁ ❁Citadium ❁ ❁ Guerlain Lancel ❁❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ PLACE VENDÔME PLACE DU MARCHÉ ST-HONORÉ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁❁ Mulberry PASSAGE DU HAVRE COUR DU HAVRE ❁ Chantal Thomass❁ ❁ Jimmy Choo Wolford ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Omega Jaeger- LeCoultre ❁ ❁ ❁Fréret Roy Saint Honoré Paris ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Bvlgari Apostrophe❁ Golfino ❁ Basler ❁Gucci ❁Blancpain ❁ Boucheron ❁Sené Jo Malone Bonpoint❁ ❁ Galeries Lafayette ❁ Galeries Lafayette ❁ Lafayette Maison ❁Vacheron Constantin Pasquale Bruni❁ ❁ Rolex ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Van Cleef & Arpels Cartier Poiray Herzo Créateur Panerai IWC Mellerio Garland ❁Gas Bijoux Tumi❁ GARE SAINT-LAZARE ❁Charvet Frey Wille Swarovski ❁ Miki House Wine by One Opera Gallery ❁ Pataugas ❁ Printemps Homme Printemps Beauté-Maison Printemps Mode LUXURY SHOPPING VENDÔME Mephisto SHOPSTOP GAS BIJOUX BorninSaint-Tropez,GasBijouxhasbeencreating jewelleryforover40years,handmadeandartisan, crafted in its Marseilles atelier, and it is now an internationallyrecognisedfashionaccessorieshouse. 26-28 rue Danielle Casanova - Paris 2nd Tel: 01 42 97 58 80 44 rue Etienne Marcel - Paris 2nd Tel: 01 45 08 49 46 8 avenue George V - Paris 8th Tel: 01 53 23 88 00 SHOPSTOP BUCHERER PARIS In the heart of the Opera district, between Place Vendôme and Boulevard Haussmann, the House Bucherer unveils a sublime 2200m2 space showcasing the most beautiful Swiss names in watchmaking. The largest boutique in the world dedicated to timepieces, this is the Parisianshopstop. 12, boulevard des Capucines – Paris 9th Tel: 01 70 99 18 88 ❁ ❁L’Occitane ❁Mephisto LAF OPÉRA PLACE VENDÔME ❁❁ ❁❁ Boucheron Bucherer SHOPSTOP L’OCCITANE L’Occitane creates high quality, efficient and sensorial products formulated with traceable, naturalandactiveingredientsinspiredbyProvençal traditionsandofferingtheexperienceofwell-being. 8 rue Halévy - Paris 9th Tel: 01 40 17 91 43 13 rue Amsterdam - Paris 8th (Gare Saint-Lazare) Tel: 01 43 87 42 56 109 rue Saint-Lazare - Paris 9th (Passage du Havre) Tel. : 01 44 53 62 36 MisterChrono RUE SAINT-AUGUSTIN A Mon Image ❁L’Occitane L’Occitane luxe_vendome_0913.indd 1 05/08/13 10:33 30  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 30 07/08/2013 10:56
  31. 31. 12, boulevard des Capucines, 75009 Paris | WATCHES DIAMANTS JEWELRY Rolex · Baume & Mercier · Blancpain · B Swiss · Carl F. Bucherer · Chopard · Girard-Perregaux IWC · Jaeger-LeCoultre · A. Lange & Söhne · Longines · Mido · Montblanc · Oris · Officine Panerai · Piaget Rado · Roger Dubuis · Tissot · Tudor · Vacheron Constantin · Van Cleef & Arpels · Zenith BUCHERER A PASSION FOR WATCHES 13_0227_I15_Paar_WhereParis.indd 1 30 24.07.13 13:32 WP BUCHERER.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:36
  32. 32. AVENUE KLÉBER AVENUE D’IÉNA RUE MARBEUF AVENUE D’IÉNA FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT GEORGE V ALMA MARCEAU CHARLES DE GAULLE - ÉTOILE AVENUE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AVENUE MONTAIGNE RUE DE LA TRÉMOILLE RUE PIERRE CHARRON AVENUE GEORGE V AVENUE M ARCEAU RUE BALZAC RUE WASHINGTON AVENUEDESCHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES RUE DE BERRI RUE LA BOÉTIE RUE DU COLISÉE RUE MARIGNAN RUEFRANÇOIS1ER RUE MARBEUF AVENUE PIERRE-1ER -DE-SERBIE AVENUE DENEW YORK COURSALBERT1ER AVEDEFRIEDLAND AVEN U E M ARCEAU AVEN U E M ARCEAU ❁ ❁ ❁Salvatore Ferragamo Versace Fendi ❁Guerlain ❁Mauboussin ❁Louis Pion Giorgio Armani Dinh van❁ Chanel❁ ❁Nina Ricci ❁Balmain Hugo Boss❁ Guy Laroche❁ Smalto ❁Givenchy ❁Chaumet Cartier Paule Ka❁ Wolford Zadig & Voltaire Courrèges Max Mara Valentino Prada Bottega Veneta Harry Winston Louis Vuitton Dior ❁ ❁Pucci Chloé❁ ❁Gucci ❁ ❁ Dolce&Gabbana Elie Saab Lancel❁ ❁Montblanc Louis Vuitton❁ Hermès❁ Jean Paul Gaultier Armani Collezioni❁ Sony❁ Leonard❁ ❁Cartier ARC DE TRIOMPHE Céline Loewe Ralph Lauren Kenzo❁ ❁ Diane Von Furstenberg Brioni❁ ❁Sephora Tommy Hilfiger ❁J.M. Weston ❁Morgan Swatch Dubail ❁ ❁ Giorgio Armani ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁❁❁❁❁ Barbara Bui Zadig & Voltaire❁ ❁ Thomas Pink ❁Bang & Olufsen Omega ❁ Eric Bompard ❁ Tara Jarmon ❁ ❁ Bvlgari Zegna John Lobb❁ ❁ BOCCADOR Fendi Caron❁ ❁Bonpoint ❁Milady Charles Jourdan❁ ❁ Paul & Joe ❁ Akris❁ Blumarine ❁Fashion Bel Air ❁Banana Republic Arije❁ Dinh Van❁ Arije Sicis ❁ ❁ By Marie & Gas Bijoux S.T.Dupont ❁ Swarovski Lacoste ❁ ❁ Zilli ❁Tom Ford LUXURY SHOPPING CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES-MONTAIGNE SHOPSTOP TISSOT BOUTIQUE ThefirstEuropeanTissotFlagshipstore.Discover the largest Tissot watch collection available in Paris with more than 500 references from their traditional watch collection such as the Le Locle Automatic to the most innovative watches with theT-TouchExpert. 76 ave des Champs Elysées - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 56 18 53; E-shop: Beretta Wine by One ❁Tissot AVEDEFRIEDLAND Liliane Romi Berluti SHOPSTOP KUSMI TEA, SINCE 1867 The iconic tea brand, born in Saint-Petersburg and raised in Paris, presents the first flagship store dedicated to tea, on the Champs-Elysées. Enjoy the outstanding colorful boutique with over 60 teas and the chic Franco-Russian Café Kousmichoff overlooking the avenue, offering all-day dining from 8am to 11pm, 7 days a week. 71 ave des Champs-Elysées – Paris 8th Tel: 01 45 63 08 08 ❁ ©Kusmitea-MarcBertrand Kusmi Tea Weleda ❁Saint Laurent Corneliani ❁ ❁GrandOptical CORNELIANI With over 50 years of experience in menswear, Corneliani is a reference brand for elegance. Its stores feature the tailored Corneliani collection, theCornelianiIDleisureline,andaVIPloungefor itsexclusivemade-to-measuregarments. 23 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré – Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 66 69 30 31 rue François 1er – Paris 8th Tel: 01 49 52 09 59 SHOPSTOP luxe_Champs_Elysees_0913.indd 1 26/07/13 10:42 32  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 32 07/08/2013 10:56
  33. 33. Get in touch at TissoT Luxury AuTomATic LAdy diAmonds chosen by Deepika Padukone – Actress An exceptional and timeless piece with Top Wesselton diamonds, offering 80 hours of power reserve with the revolutionary certified chronometer Powermatic 80 movement, in a 316L stainless steel casing with see-through caseback and water resistance up to 5bar (50m / 165ft). in TOUCH wiTH yOUr Time Boutiques tissot 76, Avenue des Champs-elysées – 75 008 Paris Galerie des Arcades, Avenue des Champs-elysées – 75 008 Paris WP TISSOT.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:38
  34. 34. BOULEVARDM RUEVIGNON RUEDESCAPUCINES RUE CAMBON RUESAIN RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUMONT-THABOR RUEDERIVOLI RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUE CAMBACÉRÈS RUEDESURÈNE RUEDESMATHURINS RUE DU RUEDANIE RUE CASTIGLIONE BOULEVARDHAUSSMANN BLVD DELA M ADELEINE BLVD DES CAPUCINES Longchamp ❁ ❁ Ventilo ❁ Maje❁ Jamin Puech Wine by One Fauré Le Page ❁Hugo Boss ❁Brooks Brothers Tumi❁ Hedgren Audemars Piguet Morabito❁ ❁Roberto Cavalli ❁ Maria Luisa ❁Anne Fontaine ❁Emporio Armani ❁Omega ❁Jimmy Choo ❁de Grisogono Michel Perry❁ ❁Tara Jarmon ❁Dodo ❁ ❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Chronopassion ❁ Frédéric Malle ❁ ❁Bally ❁Blumarine ❁Ermenegildo Zegna ❁Leonard ❁Boucheron ❁ Crockett &Jones ❁Daniel Crémieux ❁Hermès Roger Vivier❁ Tod’s❁ Cartier❁ ❁ ❁Sonia Rykiel ❁Milady ❁Sotheby’s ❁Pomellato ❁Etro ❁Chopard ❁Caron ❁Montagut AMERICAN EMBASSY ❁Givenchy ❁Saint Laurent ❁Salvatore Ferragamo ❁Barbara Bui Apostrophe❁ Frette❁ Chanel❁ Corneliani❁ Glashütte Original❁ Heurgon❁ ❁Baccarat ❁ ❁Bottega Veneta ❁Loro Piana Gucci ❁ ❁Eres PoirayMilliaud ❁ ❁Kenzo Wempe ❁Lanvin Alain Mikli ❁ ❁ ❁❁ ❁ Alain Figaret Swarovski Escada ❁ Michael Kors ❁ ❁ Royal Quartz ❁ Hublot ❁ Georges Rech ❁ ❁Ralph Lauren ❁❁ Chanel Dior Cerruti 1881 ❁ Pierre Cardin❁ F.P. Journe ❁ Azzaro❁ Stern Graveur Emanuel Berg ✴Bristol Christofle❁ Lalique❁Bonpoint Bernardaud❁ Façonnable❁ Dolce& Gabbana❁ PaulSm ith ❁ Lanvin A.Testoni❁ ❁ Puiforcat❁ ❁Poiray ❁Christian Louboutin ❁Burberry ❁ ❁ Janssens & Janssens ❁ Ercuis& Raynaud ❁ ❁ ❁Prada Capelstore Burberry ❁ Vhernier ❁ BLVD M ALESHERBES MADELEINE RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ RUE TRONCHET RUE ROYALE RUE ANJOU RUE DE L’ÉLYSÉE MATIGNON RUE DE RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ ❁Marina Rinaldi ❁Miki House CONCORDE ❁Wolford ❁JB Guanti ❁Durance Césaire Walter Steiger ❁ Steiger LUXURY SHOPPING FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ VHERNIER Sublimejewelleryofpreciousgemsandgoldfrom thisItalianbrand.Eachpieceisunique,hand-made andinfluencedinitsformbytrendsinmodernand contemporaryart. 63, rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré - Paris 8th Tel: 01 40 17 93 15 - SHOPSTOPSHOPSTOP F.P.JOURNE- INVENITETFECIT TheprestigiousF.P.JourneBoutiqueislocatednext to the Elysée Palace. It showcases the complete watch collection of the brand, including the TourbillonSouveraininPlatinumaswellasspecial “BoutiqueEditions”andLimitedSeries. 63, rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 68 08 00 JANSSENS&JANSSENS In the very heart of the Faubourg St-Honoré discovermorethan3,000differentclothingfabrics, allextraordinary,andmanyusedbyhautecouture designers. Owner Françoise Janssens can also recommendoneof40localseamstresses. 3 rue d’Anjou - Paris 8th (Corner 46 Fbg St Honoré) Tel: 01 42 65 04 00 SHOPSTOP ÉLYSÉE Hervé Léger Bcbgmaxazria Marella Zwilling Chanel luxe_faubourgsthonore_0913.indd 1 23/07/13 10:28 34  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 34 07/08/2013 10:57
  35. 35. WP VHERNIER.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:39
  36. 36. RUEDESÈZE RUEDESCAPUCINES RUE CAMBON RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUE RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUMONT-THABOR RUEDERIVOLI RUEDERIVOLI RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUEDESURÈNE RUEDESMATHURINS RUEDAUNOU RUE VIVIENNE RUE DES BONS ENFANTS RUE DE LA PAIX RUE DES PYRAMIDES RUE SAINT ROCH RUE DE LA SOURDIÈRE RUEDANIELLECASANOVA RUE DE L’ÉCHELLE RUE CASTIGLIONE RUEDESPETITSCHAMPS RUE DE VALOIS PYRAMIDE OPÉRA PALAIS ROYAL MADELEINE CONCORDE TUILERIES RUE TRONCHET RUE ROYALE RUEDELAFEUILLADE RUE RICHELIEU A VEN U E D E L’O PÉRA BLVD DELA M ADELEINE BLVD DES CAPUCINES ❁Castaner ❁Baccarat ❁ ❁Bottega Veneta Junlon❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁JB Guanti Longchamp ❁ Ventilo ❁Eres Bernardaud❁ Façonnable❁ Dolce& Gabbana❁ PaulSm ith❁ Poiray Milliaud ❁ ❁Kenzo Wempe Alain Mikli Lanvin❁ ❁Lanvin ❁ ❁Bonpoint ❁ ❁ ❁❁ JARDIN DES TUILERIES Marella Swarovski Escada ❁ Michael Kors ❁ ❁ Royal Quartz PALAIS ROYAL PLACE DU MARCHÉ SAINT-HONORÉ ❁Césaire PLACE VENDÔME Maje❁ ❁John Galliano Jamin Puech Hervé Léger Wine by One Dubail Chanel ❁Hugo Boss ❁Brooks Brothers Tumi❁ Audemars Piguet Hedgren Hublot ❁ Morabito❁ ❁Roberto Cavalli ❁Maria Luisa Georges Rech ❁ ❁Anne Fontaine ❁Gucci ❁Moynat ❁Balenciaga ❁Chopard ❁Emporio Armani Church’s❁ Paule Ka❁ ❁ Guerlain Colette❁ ❁Omega Miu Miu❁ ❁Goyard ❁Mulberry ❁St Honoré Paris Pataugas❁ ❁Ralph Lauren ❁ ❁Mephisto ❁DidierLudot❁DidierLudot ❁Qeelin❁M arcJacobs ❁Delage ❁Pierre Hardy ❁Serge Lutens ❁RickOw ens ❁M aison Fabre ❁AcneStudio ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁ ❁Loro Piana ❁Jimmy Choo ❁de Grisogono ❁Côtélac ❁Jo Malone ❁Bonpoint Chemins ❁ Blancs The Kooples ❁ Chantal Thomass❁ Michel Perry❁ ❁Tara Jarmon ❁Dodo ❁ ❁ ❁❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Lamarthe De Fursac Kusmi Tea ❁Shiatzy Chen Ercuis& Raynaud Lacoste❁ Chronopassion ❁ Frédéric Malle ❁ ❁Prada ❁Joie RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ RUE ANJOU BLVD M ALESHERBES RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS ❁Boucheron ❁Daniel Crémieux ❁Capelstore ❁Hermès Roger Vivier❁ Tod’s❁ Cartier❁ AMERICAN EMBASSY ❁Givenchy ❁Saint Laurent Chanel❁ Corneliani ❁ Valentino❁ ❁ Gucci Chanel Dior Cerruti 1881 ❁Marina Rinaldi Glashütte Original❁ Lalique❁ ❁StellaM cCartney ❁Miki House ❁Wolford A.Testoni Janssens & Janssens ❁ LUXURY SHOPPING RUE SAINT-HONORÉ - PALAIS ROYAL Fauré Le Page Frey Wille Douglas ❁ PLACE VENDÔME Chopard MUSÉE DU LOUVRE WEMPE The renowned German watchmaker has been satisfyingcustomersforover135years.Featuring afineselectionofstylishjewellery,luxurywatches andchronometers. 16 rue Royale - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 60 21 77 SHOPSTOP CÉSAIRE Structuredlikearchitecturalmasterpieces,cutlike couture creations, Stéphanie Césaire’s bags are made with splendid leathers by the best artisans ofFrenchluxury.Thedesignerpresentsherbags, alluringlikedresses,inherboutiquefullofflairand character. 6rueSaintFlorentin-Paris1st Tel:01 42 97 43 43 SHOPSTOP Bcbgmaxazria RUE SAINT-AUGUSTIN SHOPSTOP LE CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE Hereonefindsart,beauty,decoration,technology, leathergoodsandmore.Enhancedbyitsinverted pyramid, the Carrousel du Louvre is a unique shoppingvenuewithacollectionofboutiquesthat areopenedeverydayoftheyear,from10amto8pm, evenonSundays.Itisanidealplacetofindagift! 99 Rue de Rivoli - Paris 1st Tel: 01 43 16 47 10 CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE luxe_ruesthonore_palaisroyal_0913.indd 1 23/07/13 10:27 36  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 36 07/08/2013 10:57
  37. 37. If you are looking for a wide selection of exquisite timepieces and FINe jewellery, you only need to keep one name in mind. For more than 130 years, the name “WEMPE” has stood for the utmost expertise in the art of making jewellery and timepieces. We offer a unique selection of valuable treasures at 27 Wempe showrooms world-wide. We are especially proud because for more than a century we have been privileged to contribute to the grand feelings that our customers express when they purchase jewellery or timepieces. Our pieces of jewellery uphold international standards and are born in our own atelier. This is true for unusual one-of-a-kind items as well as for our diverse assortment of classic pieces with brilliant-cut diamonds. And a century-old friendship links us with the world’s foremost watch manufactories. You will find WEMPE showrooms at the loveliest locations in great European metropolises and in New York City. Each shop also offers service or advice whenever you require it, so you can be certain that we will always be available to meet your individual needs. We cordially invite you to discover an abundance of interesting new items and exclusive special models at one of Europe’s leading jewellers. We look forward to your visit! Paris, 16, rue Royale, T +33.1.42 60 21 77 HAMBURG LONDON PARIS NEW YORK WEMPE.COM We accept all credit cards. WP WEMPE.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:40
  38. 38. RUE DU BAC MUSÉE D’ORSAY SÈVRES-BABYLONE SAINT-GERMAIN DES-PRÉS RER M RUEDESSAINTS-PÈRES RUEDERENNES RUEDERENNES BOULEVARDRASPAIL SAINT-GERMAIN QUAI VOLTAIRE RUEDUBAC RUEDUBAC RUE DE BABYLONE RUE DU CHERCHE-M IDI RUE DE VAUGIRARD RUE DE LILLE RUE JACOB RUE DE LILLE RUE DE L’UNIVERSITÉ RUEDEBEAUNE RUEBONAPARTE RUEBONAPARTE RUEDESCANETTES RUEPRINCESSE ST-SULPICE RUE DU FOUR RUEMADAME RUEDUDRAGON RUE DE SÈVRES RUE DE SÈVRES RU E DE G REN ELLE RUEDELACHAISE RUE DE VERNEUIL BOULEVARD RUE MÉZIÈRES Paul Smith ❁ Sweetman Christian Louboutin Moschino ❁Hackett Burberry Etro Paul & Joe❁ Salvatore Ferragamo ❁ Agnès b Saint Laurent ❁Ken Okada Crockett & Jones L’Ibis Rouge ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Paule Ka Rolex❁ Ralph Lauren ❁Barbara Bui Dot-Drops ❁ Zadig & Voltaire Hobbs Arnys Le Bon Marché Spa L’Occitane Hour Passion ❁ JB Guanti❁ l’Artisan Parfumeur ❁ Rodika Zanian ❁ Eskandar ❁ American Vintage ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Bijoux Danenberg Romain Rea Renaissance Bonpoint Ofée. Laurence Tavernier Hartwood Eric Bompard Bowen Aubercy John Lobb❁ Debauve & Gallais❁ Edward Green❁ ❁ ❁ ❁ Armani Casa Save the Queen Louis Vuitton❁ Zadig & Voltaire ❁ ❁ ❁ Façonnable Mauboussin ❁ ❁Emporio Armani ❁Stefanel ❁ Marina Rinaldi Maje ❁❁ ❁❁ ❁ Repetto Wolford Pataugas Swarovski❁ Lancel❁ ❁ Montblanc Texier❁ J.M. Weston❁ Tru Trussardi ❁ ❁ Robert Clergerie ❁ ❁ ❁ Longchamp ❁ Yves SaintLaurent❁ ❁ ❁Prada Durance ❁ Sergio Rossi Céline ❁ ❁ ❁ Ventilo❁ Tod’s ❁ L.K. Bennett Jamin Puech❁ ✴Le Lutetia ❁ ❁A.P.C. Swildens ❁ Tag Heuer Apostrophe❁ Seiko❁ Antoine de Macedo ❁ ❁Frédéric Malle Walter Steiger❁ Hermès❁ Sonia Rykiel ❁ Elsa Vanier ❁ Kenzo❁ Kenzo❁ AlainMikli Francis Klein Cinna FRANCIS KLEIN Thisfamily-runbrandoffershand-made,outofsight glassesandaccessories.AllmadeinFrance,their collectionscatertoalllooks,offeringglamorousand originalframesallowingyoutowearapieceofParis everyday. Mon-Sat10am-7pm. 30 rue Bonaparte - Paris 6th Tel: 01 44 07 04 28 SHOPSTOP LUXURY SHOPPING SAINT-GERMAIN Fabrice SHOPSTOP KIPLING The famous Belgian brand offers casual and functional bags, accessories and luggage for the womanonthego.NewFall13Collectionisavailable attheir2boutiquesandeshop. 4 rue de Sèvres - Paris 6th Tel: 01 45 44 77 67 Centre Commercial Les Quatre Temps, Level 2, Paris La Défense Tel: 01 47 76 11 71 SHOPSTOP DOT-DROPS® DOT-DROPS®isthebrandofchoiceforthe“happy few”ofelitetravellers.ThephilosophyoftheFrench manufacturer is to continuously strive to achieve harmony between design and functionality. DOTDROPS® creations are a solid marriage of colours, design and unexpected materials. Exclusive:youcancustomizeyoursuitcaseatthe boutiqueandmakeyourtravelexperienceunique! 8 rue des Canettes - Paris 6th Tel: 01 43 54 62 15 ❁ Kipling SAINT-GERMAINSAINT-GERMAINSAINT-GERMAIN RUEBONAPARTE LeTéo&Blet Catherine Memmi luxe_stgermain_0913.indd 1 26/07/13 10:47 38  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 WP LUXURY MAPS.indd 38 07/08/2013 10:57
  39. 39. ALL CAP LEAD IN Myriad Pro Light SemiExtended 7.5pt dummy text here for dummy text here for dummy text here for dummy text or dummy 39 ENJOY LATE NIGHT SHOPPING on Thursdays when most department stores stay open until 9pm. Shopping Swarovski by Shourouk For the first time Nathalie Colin, Swarovski’s Artistic Director, has invited another jewellery designer to add their unique touch to the world of Swarovski. Colin chose the talented Shourouk to design a capsule collection to complement the house’s latest collection, Secret Treasures. The result is a glamorous and baroque collection inspired by Shourouk’s trip to India with plenty of colour and imposing crystals, creating statement- making pieces including this ornate cuff bracelet. 32 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01 42 65 28 10 theguide where Accessories BARBARA RIHL BOUTIQUEFun, whimsical bags from this innovative designer who has worked with Karl Lagerfeld, Kenzo and Jill Sander. Influenced by travel, her bags – she launched her line in 2000 - are crafted in fine Italian leather and feature her very own drawings. 1 rue du 29 Juillet (1st), Mº Tuileries CESAIRESumptuous, luxurious handbags by designer Stéphanie Césaire. These couture bags, inspired and timeless are fashioned from the finest leathers by master craftsmen. 6 rue Saint-Florentin (1st), Mº Concorde/Madeleine COULEURS & CACHEMIREJust steps away from the Place des Vosges enter into a world of luxurious fabrics like cashmere and pashmina fashioned into scarves and shawls by Indian craft masters in Kashmir. The finely made items for men and women are designed by the boutique’s owner. English spoken. 11 rue de Béarn (3rd), Mº Chemin Vert/St-Paul DOTDROPSThis is the brand of choice for elite travellers. Designed in France, these travel bags and suitcases are functional and offer a fine choice of colours and nice designs. You can customize your suitcase at the boutique. Visit their website 8 rue des Canettes (6th), Mº Mabillon DURETThis house of fine leather goods hand crafts luxurious bags, belts, wallets and leather accessories in its Parisian workshop. The establishment is specialised in one of a kind bespoke pieces and uses the finest of leathers and raw materials in its unique designs. Of special note are the boutique’s finely made cigar cellars. 29 rue Duret (16th), Mº Argentine FRANCIS KLEINThis family-run brand offers hand- made, out of sight glasses and accessories. All made in France, their collections cater to all For more detailed listings, please see looks, offering glamorous and original frames allowing you to wear a piece of Paris everyday. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. 30 rue Bonaparte (6th), Mº St-Germain-des-Prés GRANDOPTICALFrance’s largest optical store offers a selection of 3000 spectacles. You will find glasses for men, women and children as well as a wide array of sunglasses, designer frames and contact lenses. 138 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº George V IBIS ROUGE L’This beautiful and original boutique in the heart of one of the upscale shopping districts offers a unique array of vintage couture fashion and jewellery including pieces by Chanel, Saint Laurent and Dior, and a fine selection of vintage alligator bags. The boutique also carries contemporary jewellery pieces from French and foreign designers. 35 blvd Raspail (7th), Mº Sèvres-Babylone JB GUANTISuperbly chic Italian gloves in the heart of Paris. The boutique celebrates the WP SEP Shopping .indd 39 07/08/2013 11:14
  40. 40. 6 rue de Jarente (Le Marais) - Paris 4th (in front of the Place Ste Catherine) Metro: Bastille / St Paul Tel: 09 81 82 00 66 / 06 61 01 45 00 Various store hours and also by appointment Online shop: Tax Free luxury brands The one of a kind item, just for you! new and second hand vintage for her Shopping  40  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 glove, that fashion accessory that gives you a personal touch, no matter what you are wearing from country casual to sleek evening chic. A variety of skins and colours are available and winter gloves are lined with cashmere. 59 rue de Rennes (6th), Mº Saint Sulpice/Mabillon; 18 rue Tronchet (8th), Mº Madeleine Kipling —The famous Belgian brand offers casual, fashionable bags, accessories and travel bags for the woman on the go. All leather bags, nylon bags, luggage and accessories are available at their 2 boutiques and eshop. 4 rue de Sèvres (6th), Mº Sèvres-Babylone; Centre Commercial Les Quatre Temps, Level 2, La Défense, Mº La Défense Texier—This family firm fashions fine leather goods for men and women with every item made in France. For over 60 years, tradition, style and fine details have been the hallmarks of the house whose collections include both trendy and classic bags and leather accessories. 127 blvd St-Germain (6th), Mabillon/St-Germain-des-Prés. Tumi—Leading international brand of luxury travel, business and lifestyle accessories for men and women. The superior design and craftsmanship of their luggage, business cases and handbags guarantees quality. 245 rue St Honoré (1st), Mº Concorde; Palais des Congrès Porte Maillot (17th),. Mº Porte Maillot Beauty Spas & Products Ban Thai Spa—This contemporary Asian spa welcomes you in a luxurious atmosphere of well-being. Relax with a body scrub, a steam bath, an herbal hot compress or a hot stone massage. The spa’s masseuses are trained in the traditional Thai methods of the Wat Po School in Bangkok. 20 rue Dauphine (6th), Mº Odéon; 5 rue Mandar (2nd) , Mº Etienne Marcel; 68 rue de Verrerie (4th), Mº Hôtel de Ville Clarins Boutique Institut—A revolutionary approach that takes you back in time. There are no machines in this spa. The Clarins formula relies uniquely on the use of plants and on the talented hands of their trained professionals. 10 rue de Babylone (7th), Mº Sèvres-Babylone Comptoirs de Durance (Les)—This house specialises in fragrances and natural cosmetics that draw their inspiration directly from the Provence region in southern France. Elegant perfumes for the home and beauty treatments are elaborated by the house’s master perfumers in Grasse. Among the offerings are fine soaps, essential oils and scented candles. 24 rue Vignon (9th), Mº Madeleine; 37 rue St Louis en l’Ile (4th), Mº Pont Marie Lancome—Beauty products and perfumes are on the ground floor of this gorgeously renovated institute, while facials and massages are upstairs in luxurious cabines in which colored lighting, fragrance, and music change according to the treatment. 29 rue du Fbg-St-Honoré (8th), Mº Madeleine Sephora—Perfumes, cosmetics, beauty products, you might wind up spending the day here in this fabulous store filled not only with goods but plenty of services, too. You can have your nails, eyebrows and hair done, then try out samples galore. 70-72 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Weleda—This emblematic French firm uses natural and organic ingredients in the preparation of its line of cosmetics and beauty treatments. The house’s natural beauty treatment oils, including rose, wheat germ and almond oils, are hallmarks of the brand. The spa, the Espace Weleda, offers a full line of face and body treatments using the house’s products. 10 ave Franklin D. Roosevelt (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Books & Music Fnac—An enormous space for books (most in French), CDs, DVDs, cell phones, stereos and concert tickets. Photo processing is also available. Many locations, including 74 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Shakespeare & Company—The mythical English- language bookshop and institution is still going strong. Fiction and non, new and used books on every subject imaginable. 7/7 10am-11pm, Sun opens at 11am. 37 rue de la Bûcherie (5th), Mº Saint-Michel W.H. Smith—The Paris branch of the British chain, with two floors of books in English, greeting cards, international newspapers and magazines, and a good selection of guidebooks. 248 rue de Rivoli (1st), Mº Concorde Children’s Clothing & Toys Bonpoint—The French couture house for children. This establishment is specialised in high quality traditional children’s fashion collections. A luxurious universe for tots to young teens. The boutique is ensconced in a 17th century mansion with a terrace café. 6 rue de Tournon (6th), Mº Mabillon Jacadi—Adorable French clothing and shoes for children from three months old to age 12, classics. 17 rue Tronchet (8th), Mº Madeleine Miki House—Superb quality and unique style are the hallmarks of this Japanese house of children’s fashion and style. Every collection is conceived with the child in mind. Fashioned in workshops in Japan, the clothing is made from fine fabrics and imbued with practical, functional and unique touches. 366 rue St-Honoré (1st), Mº Tuileries Tikibou—The oldest toy store in Paris where you can find an incredible selection of antique favourites including Tintin, model cars, music boxes and more. There is a wonderful and fun selection for young and old alike, including a fine choice of scale models and miniature trains. Don’t miss the superb array of stuffed animals, wooden toys, figurines and board games. You’ll find the perfect gift among the toys and games galore. 33 blvd Edgar Quinet (14th), Mº Edgar Quinet; 20 ave Trudaine (9th), Mº Anvers WP SEP Shopping .indd 40 07/08/2013 11:47
  41. 41. Un nouveau souffle sur la modeA Breath of Fresh Air for Children’s Fashion The leading Japanese house for children’s wear through its European flagship stores in Paris and Milan has indelibly renewed the world of children’s fashion! Juxtaposed materials, tangy colours, whimsical embroidery, finally a brand that understands that luxury for children does not mean that they need to dress like their parents. The high quality of the elaboration of the gar- ments – worthy of its Japanese origins – and the practical aspect of each and every one of the items metamorphoses them into top of the line must haves for children! 366, rue Saint Honoré - Paris 1st Tel: +33 (0)1 40 20 90 98 Little sneakers for children are among Miki House’s key products. With an inside lined with cotton to prevent perspiration, a Velcro fastener for ease of use despite the façade of laces, raised toes to prevent the child from stumbling, these shoes accompany the child – perfectly - during the development years. wp0313_miki house_1.indd 1 18/01/13 09:34WP MIKI HOUSE.indd 1 02/08/2013 10:43
  42. 42. Vintage Chanel - Armani - Ungaro - Prada - Valentino 19 rue de Penthièvre (8th) M° Miromesnil tel: / Monday-Friday 11am-7pm Saturday by appt. miss “griffes” SIZE CONVERSION CHART SHOES APPAREL WOmEN WOmEN’S CLOTHES (SuITS & COATS) mEN mEN’S CLOTHES (SuITS & COATS) mEN’S SHIRTS US 5 6 7 8 9 10 UK 3 4 5 6 7 8 EURO 35 36 37 38 39 40 US 6 8 10 12 14 16 UK 8 10 12 14 16 18 EURO 36 38 40 42 44 46 JAPAN 9 11 13 15 17 19 US 7 8 9 10 11 12 UK 6.5 7.5 8.5 9.5 10.5 11.5 EURO 40 41 42 43 44 45 US 36 38 40 42 44 46 UK 36 38 40 42 44 46 EURO 46 48 50 52 54 56 JAPAN S M L L LL LL US 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 EURO 37 38 39 41 42 43 JAPAN 37 38 39 41 42 43 42  WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 Shopping  Clothing – Men & Women American Vintage—This is the perfect place to pick up casual wear, a great T-shirt or a comfortable knit that goes with everything. The French brand creates collections that are both authentic and trendy, making use of new materials and natural fibres. 28 rue St. Sulpice (6th) , Mº Mabillon; 10 rue des Francs- Bourgeois (4th) , Mº Saint-Paul Banana Republic—The flagship store of this trendy and chic brand carries ready-to-wear for men and women, accessories and a petites range. The Monogram line is also available and customers have access to an in-house team of personal shoppers and an alteration service. 22 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Beretta Gallery—Beautifully tailored sport and casual wear from the legendary family-owned, Italian house specialised in the world of nature and hunting are found in this gallery boutique. High quality, refined accessories, stylish and sturdy shoes and boots and gear for the great outdoors are hallmarks of the brand. 57 rue Pierre Charron (8th), Mº George V Brioni—Four floors dedicated to this elegant Roman fashion brand. Handsome Italian fashion for men. Classic styling and tailoring, with suits made to measure and hand-cut. Don’t miss the superbly crafted accessories. 35 ave George V (8th), Mº George V Burberry—The once-stodgy British house with its trade-mark plaid is cool again. The elegant store has great-looking clothes for men and women, from iconic trench coats to slinky dresses, and accessories. Tailoring services for men are found here as well. 56 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Concorde By Marie—Fabulous boutique for a totally original, elegant, tasteful and stylish look. Marie Gas has hand picked a selection of apparel from young stylists, widely known brands, vintage pieces and personal favourites. 8 ave George V (8th), Mº Alma-Marceau Cacharel—Floral dresses, Liberty prints and terrific weekend wear by the Anglo-Brazilian design team of Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro. 21 rue d’Uzès (2nd), Mº Grands Boulevards Capelstore—Elegant, well-cut suits and sportswear designed specifically for big and tall men. The line Blue Capel is aimed at a younger clientele. The shop carries leading international brands like Boss, Tommy Hilfiger and Polo Ralph Lauren. Bespoke tailoring is available as well. 26 blvd Malesherbes (8th), Mº Madeleine; 74 blvd de Sébastopol (3th) , Mº Réaumur Sébastopol; 11/13 rue de Tournon (6th), Mº Odéon Chanel—Ready-to-wear and haute couture red carpet looks by Karl Lagerfeld, in a legendary boutique. 31 rue Cambon (1st), Mº Concorde; shoes and bags are at 25 rue Royale (8th), Mº Madeleine Christian Dior—Haute couture, ready-to-wear and home decor. 30 ave Montaigne (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt; The boutique near the Madeleine also carries the men’s fashions and accessories. 25 rue Royale (8th), Mº Madeleine Corneliani—A collection for the demanding, fashion-conscious man combines the most refined fabrics with tailoring constructions. Corneliani ID, the leisurewear line, combines function and attitude. Exclusive features include made-to-measure items and a luxury VIP lounge in every Corneliani boutique. 23 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Concorde; 31 rue François Ier (8th), Mº Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau De Fursac—This French house has been creating fine fashions for men since the 1970s. Superb Italian fabrics and fine, fitted tailoring are hallmarks of the brand, which carries a complete line of suits, shirts, coats and accessories that is both affordable and luxurious. 146 blvd St-Germain (6th), Mº St-Germain-des-Prés Dolce & Gabbana—The fabulous Italian designer duo’s sexy clothing and accessories, including mid-thigh Lycra dresses, provocative slit skirts, sparkly fabrics and wild menswear. 54 ave Montaigne (8th), Mº Alma- Marceau; a second line, D&G, is at 244 rue de Rivoli (1st), Mº Concorde Elie Saab—A royal palace of refinement and luxury. Experimenting with romantic and feminine lines, Saab cuts-to-the-curve using only top quality fabrics. From evening gowns to cocktail dresses, shoes, bags and accessories. 43 ave Franklin Roosevelt (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Emanuel Berg—This house fashions shirts and blouses in fine Italian and Swiss fabrics with original details and trimmings. Made-to-measure shirts for both men and women with hand-sewn mother of pearl buttons are a specialty and clients can choose from over 1000 different kinds of fabrics. The ready-to-wear collections are renewed regularly. 140 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº St-Philippe-du-Roule Givenchy—Haute couture and ready-to-wear, with everything from tapered trousers and leather jackets to glamorous chiffon dresses. 3 ave George V (8th), Mº Alma-Marceau Gucci—Superbly crafted clothing and the finest of accessories from the Florentine iconic house of fashion. Roomy handbags feature hand stitching and tassels. 60 ave Montaigne (8th), Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt Hermes—Ready-to-wear clothing including blouses, great boots, famous silk scarves, and the most luxurious riding paraphernalia imaginable. 24 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Concorde Hugo Boss—Good quality career clothing with a narrow silhouette as well as relaxed weekend wear, in a store with a sleek black and white decor and an atrium bamboo grove. 115 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº George V WP SEP Shopping .indd 42 07/08/2013 11:49
  43. 43. 35 rue Daubenton, Paris 5th Metro : Censier-Daubenton Tel : 01 47 07 28 90 Authentic French crafts abound in this lovely boutique nestled near the picturesque rue Mouffetard. Sift through traditional handmade items from all over France to find unique tableware, pottery, linens, baskets and fine objects for the home. fabulous french crafts Opening hours : Monday 1pm-6pm Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-6pm  43 iBlues—This Italian fashion company features stylish, well-cut ready-to-wear collections for women in an array of fine fabrics from linen to silk. A colourful line of feminine dresses form an integral part of the collections along with hats, bags and shoes. 16 rue de Passy (16th), Mº Passy Isabel Marant—A French fashion designer known for her modern, ethnically inspired women’s clothing in natural fibers like cotton, linen and silk. 1 rue Jacob (6th), Mº St.-Germain-des-Prés Jean Paul Gaultier—Another element of design, the legendary designer known for his imagination and creativity has a Philippe Starck- designed headquarter at 44 ave George V (8th), Mº George V Jenny Packham—The designer to the stars who is known for her beautifully cut evening dresses with gorgeous bead detailing now has a store in the French capital. Explore her fabulous designs that regularly grace the red carpet and magazine covers in this sophisticated, tasteful boutique. 2 rue d’Aguesseau (8th) , Mº Concorde Kapra Hiska—In the heart of the Marais neighbourhood, this boutique devoted to superb articles fashioned in high quality cashmere is a fine stopover for a wide selection of French-designed sweaters, cardigans and accessories for men and women. The famous cashmere AIR stoles with shimmering colours are exceptionally soft. 43 rue de Turenne (3rd), Mº Chemin Vert Kenzo—Terrific designs for women and men, with beautiful prints, bold colour schemes and flattering silhouettes. The elegant flagship store is at 51 ave George V (8th), Mº George V; 27 blvd de la Madeleine, (8th), Mº Madeleine Lanvin—Designer Alber Elbaz has turned Lanvin into a talked-about label again with his seductively simple fashions. All menswear, including classic ready-to-wear and the accessory collection is found at no. 22 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th),; 15 rue du Fbg St-Honoré Mº Concorde Liliane Romi—This boutique, tucked away in a small street in the Golden Triangle, features original and elegant clothing designed by Liliane Romi including evening dresses and luxury ready-to-wear pieces. The shop also carries clothing from high-end designers like Emilio Pucci, Donna Karan and Balmain. 3 rue Chambiges (8th), Mº Alma-Marceau Louis Vuitton—Dressy ready-to-wear by Marc Jacobs, as well as bags and accessories in the famous monogrammed leather. The flagship store features four floors of retail space; a top- floor gallery displays changing art exhibits. 101 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), Mº George V Marc Jacobs—The hot American designer has brought his stylish brand of casual chic to the chic arcades of the Palais Royal. 56-62 galerie de Montpensier (1st), Mº Palais Royal Marina Rinaldi—This house fashions high quality clothing in fine fabrics with tailored details for WP SEP Shopping .indd 43 07/08/2013 11:54
  44. 44. 20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th M°: Anvers / Pigalle / Tel: 01 48 78 23 85 33, boulevard Edgar Quinet, Paris 14th M°: Montparnasse / Tel: 01 43 20 98 79 20, avenue Félix Faure, Paris 15th M°: Félix Faure / Tel: 01 45 58 17 44 - SINCE 1884 - Tuesday-Saturday 10am-7:30pm 20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th M°: Anvers / Pigalle / Tel: 01 48 78 23 85 20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th20, avenue de Trudaine, Paris 9th Vintage & design chanel - dior - lacroix YSl - lanvin l’ibiS rouge 35 blvd raspail - Paris 7th (M° Sevres babylone) Tel: 01 45 48 98 21 Tuesday to Saturday 12-7pm 44 WHERE PARIS I SEPTEMBER 2013 Shopping curvy women. Comfortable and sophisticated clothing for travelling are among the brand’s hallmarks. 20 rue Royale (8th), Mº Madeleine; 56 rue du Four (6th), Mº St-Germain-des-Prés PAUL & JOENamed after the two sons of designer Sophie Albou, Paul & Joe features urban wear for men, women and children. Making up the ready-to-wear line are comfortably luxurious pieces suitable for the entire family. 46 rue Etienne Marcel (2nd), Mº Etienne Marcel PHILIPPINE JANSSENSIn the heart of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré shopping district enter into an exceptional world of bespoke trousers for women cut in the finest of fabrics. This young creator proposes both classic and couture lines showcasing the excellence of Made in France craftsmanship. This refined luxury is available by appointment only. 3-5 rue d’Anjou (8th), Mº Concorde PRADAEvery fashion victim’s paradise. Recent collections have switched from intellectual chic to a younger, sportier look. 10 ave Montaigne (8th), Mº Alma Marceau RALPH LAURENThe designer brand’s largest European flagship has opened in the über- trendy Saint-Germain area. The boutique, offering everything in the Lauren universe including the full range of men and women’s collections. Store also opened on Sun 11am- 6pm. 173 blvd Saint-Germain (6th), Mº Saint-Germain-des-Prés SAINT LAURENT PARISReady-to-wear by designer Hedi Slimane, whose stylish designs are dressy yet sexy. 38 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Miromesnil; menswear 32 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Miromesnil SMALTO Elegant and comfortable suits, tasteful casual wear and the perfect cut are hallmarks of the establishment founded by Francesco Smalto in 1962. Ready-to-wear, couture and custom tailoring are all available from the legendary house of fashion. Smalto now has an iPhone application. 44 rue François 1er (8th), Mº Alma-Marceau; 36 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), Mº Concorde SONIA RYKIELThe grande dame of playful, sexy clothes and accessories also offers a home collection. 175 blvd St-Germain (6th),; while daughter Nathalie’s nearby boutique, WOMAN, has her own line of clothing and sophisticated sex toys. 6 rue de Grenelle (6th), Mº St-Sulpice VALENTINOReady-to-wear from the last of the old-fashioned couturiers, glamorous shoes and beautifully made women’s dresses, suits and separates. Menswear ranges from classic suits to weekend wear in luxurious fabrics. 17/19 ave Montaigne (8th), Mº Alma Marceau VANESSA BRUNOTimeless, feminine clothing with appealing details like Victorian pin-tucking and eyelet flounces. The sequin-trimmed bags in ever-changing colors are a cult favorite with Parisiennes. 25 rue St-Sulpice (6th), WP SEP Shopping .indd 44 07/08/2013 11:49