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 Fashion in Paris

Fashion in Paris

Paris and fashion have become synonymous with each other. The seriously fashion conscious visit Paris at least once. The designers world over, share one special dream, to be a part of the Paris fashion world.

Paris, indeed, is known as the mecca of fashion world. The world’s top haute couture designers, from Chanel to Dior to Yves Saint Laurent showcase their talent in an area called the ‘golden triangle’. The Champs-Elysées, Avenue Marceau and Avenue Montaigne form the perimeter of this triangle.

But if you are someone, who would want to hunt around for more variety , you should visit Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, where most top designers like Louis Féraud, Pierre Cardin, Versace have their designer boutiques.

There are two yearly haute couture shows, in January and July. All the leading top models gather in Paris for the lavish shows where they command high fees.

If you are planning to shop in Paris, you must know one fact. There is a vast difference between what you might be exposed in way of fashion and what is actually wearable. So, those of you who don’t really have that hourglass figure, or that lean tummy, don’t lose heart. Paris offers the most modern clothes for people of all sizes and yes, all budgets!

Paris fashion and no "haute couture"? Impossible. Haute couture (a unique creation) could be designed by any of the fashion houses listed with Fédération Francaise de la Couture. If you are looking for this haute couture exclusive outfits for yourself, then head towards ‘the golden triangle’ or Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, which boasts of the fashion houses of the world famous designers, Cardin, Yves St. Laurent, Guy Laroche, Nina Ricci, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Louis Féraud, Hermes and Chanel.

If you can afford an exclusive creation from the world’s best, don’t ever give it a miss. Paris offers the best excuse to indulge in yourself and feel like royalty!

A selection of designer shops :

Cacharel
5 Place des Victoires,  2nd arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 42 33 29 88

Chanel
42 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 47 23 74 12

Chloe
54 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 44 94 33 00

Christian Dior
30 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 40 73 54 44

Christian La Croix
73 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 422 68 79 00

Claude Montana
131 Rue St. Denis,  1st arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 44 76 87 00

Emanuel Ungaro
2 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 53 57 00 00

Emporio Armani
149 Boulevard Saint Germain,  6th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 53 63 33 50

Givenchy
3 Avenue George V, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 44 31 50 23

Gucci
2 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 53 05 11 11

Guy Laroche
22 Rue de la Tremoille, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 40 69 68 00

Hermes
24 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 40 17 47 17

Jean Paul Gautierr
30 Rue du Faubourg St. Antoine, 12th arrondissement
Phone : +33 (1) 44 68 85 00

Kenzo
3 Place des Victories, 1st arrondissement
Phone : +33 (1) 40 39 72 00

Louis Vuitton
54 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 45 62 47 00

Thierry Mugler
10 Rue Boissy d'Anglas, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 47 23 37 62

Valentino
17-19 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 47 23 64 61

Versace
62 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 47 42 88 02

Yves St. Laurent
38 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 8th arrondissement.
Phone : +33 (1) 42 65 74 59

 





























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