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October 10, 2020

Fashion month comes to an end in the City of Love, Paris! 

TO SEE

MUSÉE YVES SAINT LAURENT 5 Avenue Marceau / Housed in the elegant hôtel particulier where Saint Laurent worked for almost 30 years, this museum is dedicated to the life and work of the iconic couturier. 

FONDATION CARTIER 261 Boulevard Raspail / Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, this ultramodern art space is known for continually being on the latest pulse of the art world, exhibiting designers such as Marc Newson and Takashi Murakami before anyone else.

PALAIS DE TOKYO 13 Avenue du Président Wilson / This experimental space is dedicated to the latest and greatest of the art world. Don’t miss the recently opened bar and restaurant, Les Grands Verres, which serves up small plat.

CENTRE POMPIDOU Place Georges-Pompidou / Under one unique roof, the Centre Pompidou houses some of the most important modern and contemporary art in Europe; a cinema and performance hall; educational activity areas; bookshops; a restaurant and cafe. 

TO STAY

HOTEL RENAISSANCE PARIS ARC DE TRIOMPHE 39 Avenue De Wagram/ Located 1,300 feet from the Arc De Triomphe, this contemporary design hotel was designed by the architect Christian De Portzamparc and features a glass facade.  

HOTEL PARISTER 19 Rue Saulnier / On a quiet street in the fashionable 9th arrondissement, Hotel Parister offers artfully designed, modern rooms, a popular restaurant and cocktail bar and a flashy gym offering six wellness classes per day. 

HOTEL GRANDS BOULEVARDS 17 Boulevard Poissonnière / The second venture into the world of hotels from the Experimental Group, this four-storey residence has been artfully decorated by the celebrated designer Dorothée Meilichzon.

HOTEL DRESS CODE 5 Rue de Caumartin /Conveniently located between Palais Garnier and Madeleine, the newly opened Hotel Dress Code comprises 33 uniquely decorated rooms, with interiors inspired by the Parisian fashion scene. 

TO SHOP

PARIS SAINT-QUEN FLEA MARKET Get off at Metro Porte de Clingancourt (line 4) and follow the signs to the market. The market lies between Paris' 18th arrondissement and the northern suburb of St Ouen/ The largest of its kind in the world and is brimming with vintage and antique treasures. Open every Saturday, Sunday and Monday.  

MERCI 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais 75003 /Four floors filled with furniture, vintage clothing, art, antiques, books, candles, clothing and three cafes: this quintessential Paris concept store makes inspiring use of visual merchandising, exhibitions and events.

LE BON MARCHÉ 24 Rue de Sèvres / Le Bon Marché is a refined department store offering only the highest-quality labels, spread out over four floors. Its lingerie and accessories collections are topnotch, as is its rotating list of exhibitions. 

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