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Puces de Vanves flea market in Paris

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Born in the early twentieth century, the largest flea market in central Paris,  Les Puces de Vanves,  remain a big place where a discovery is still possible.

400 ephemeral stands allow you to hunt “like the professionals” on Saturday morning or to shop in family on Sunday morning .

The “Puces de Vanves”  gather, French and foreign merchants, “sharp” shops, decorators, designers, individuals, artists and collectors . They attract a clientèle of onlookers or buyers, tourists or Parisians.

Second hand shopping addicts, barges, show business and fashion stars  succeed each other.

400 merchants – all passionate and often with  strong personalities – unpack their findings of the week just under the trees .


Puces de Vanves flea Market at night

Furniture, art, folk art, clothing and old textiles , lace, tableware, glassware, silverware, Arts of Africa and the Orient, Furniture and objects of the  18th and  19th century are available in this vintage market.


Vanves-Paris Flea market1900 Art Deco , 50s and 70s , classic and fancy jewelery , lighting, paintings and engravings, bathroom objects – curiosities , toys and folk art , cameras and phonographs, furniture, rattan , books enjoy tourists and Parisians

Paris – Porte de Vanves flea market , an inspiration for the greatest

Puces de Vanves Flea Market is a fashions and trends barometer , in heads, to develop many sets.Anglo Saxon press names it  ” the pearl of Paris “.
Many famous people like Hush , Philippe Starck, Catherine Deneuve, Roland Castro , Vincent Darre , Li Edelkoort , Patrick Bouchitey Rosita Missoni, Jacques Garcia, MATHIAS shop there incognito. .

Fashion and design stars among visitors : Lynn Jaeger, Thomas Boog , Vincent Grégoire, Emmanuel Ungaro, Alexander Vassiliev , Andrew GN , Diane Pernet or  Sacha Walckoff.



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