Paris Retail Inspiration

Paris Inspiration Trip



Off-White x Wild & The Moon Café

24 Rue de Sévres, Paris


A pop-up café launched in Paris's Le Bon Marché department store to coincide with Paris Fashion Week. Off-White has teamed up with a Paris and Dubai based juice and wild food bar called Wild & The Moon stocking a range of goods including matcha flavoured popcorn and a fashion week "survival kit" containing juices and vitality shots.





Maison Kitsune

18, boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, Paris


Maison Kitsuné was created by the former artistic director of Daft Punk, Gildas Loaëc, and achitect Masaya Kuroki consisting of a fashion and record label. Within the store a central staircase made from terrazzo connects the two floors of this 2,150 square foot store located in the Upper Marais district. 





Mama Shelter

109 Rue de Bagnolet, Paris


Offering shelter from the intrusions of the outside world Mama combines the energy from the city and the warm comforts of home. The 170 room hotel is entirely conceived by Philippe Starck with each room equipped with unique interiors including fairground masks acting as lampshades.  






6 Rue Vivienne, Paris


Situated within Jean Paul Gaultier's former flagship store this two storey restaurant offers typical Italian cuisine. Fresh pizza dough, pasta and ice-creams are all made in house by the highly skilled kitchen team, with the staff wearing signature striped sailor-marinière T-shirts, a nod to the Jean Paul Gaultier.






111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris


Merci was opened in march 2009 in a 1500sq m old wallpaper factory and is one of the most eclectic general stores of Paris. Located in the heart of the Le Haut Marais neighbourhood Merci features a variety of interior and fashionable furnishings, two cafés and a restaurant.





Madeleine & Gustave

19 Yves Toudic Street, Paris


Originally a pop-up shop, Madeleine & Gustave opened its store in December 2015, stocking three floors with furniture and décor accessories fo peruse over. On the second floor, customers are encouraged to take a seat and sip a coffee or read the newspaper among the furniture selection.





3 Rue Froissart , Paris


The raw industrial walls of this former metal shop form the backdrop to a new, clean and contemporary space with natural coloured carpets contrasting with the rough concrete walls and pops of colour. The entrance section is adorned by gold-hued glass and a striking sculpture by British artist Daniel Silver.