Shopping in le Marais neighborhood – Paris

Le Marais is one of the best shopping areas in Paris. In its narrow and old streets you can find many fashionable shops, some beautiful concept-stores and designers’ workshops.

Jewelery , fashion, fragrance, design  and grocery, you can find everything to have a complete shopping session.

Read our selection of shopping places in the Marais and a description of the main shopping street in this very trendy neighborhood.

Sunday Shopping - Paris - Marais

Sunday shopping in Le Marais – Paris

Concept Store and fashion stores in Le Marais

Find the essential places to be up to date about last trends in fashion, design and lifestyle.

Abou d’Abi Bazar

There are 2 shops Abou d’Abi Bazar in the Neighborhood. They are specialized in woman chic fashion.

In this spacious and very clean store you will find more than 120 different brands of clothes and accessories.

2 addresses in le Marais quarter

  • 10 rue des Francs-Bourgeois 75003 Paris
  • 125 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 Paris

Factory’s

This Concept-store is dedicated to men’s fashion. It proposes a great variety of sneakers, clothes, shoes accessories in a decoration inspired by modern dressings.

The atmosphere of this shop is urban, industrial and cosmopolitan . The brand sold inside are Humanity, Scotch & Soda, Fred Perry ….

address 3 rue de Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie 75003 Paris, France

Fleux

The Concept-store dedicated to design is now an institution in Paris. Located in the heart of the lively quarter of le Marais, it proposes lats trends of decor , design and life style. You can find there the last works of Mathieu Challière as the new espadrilles Angarde !

address 39-52 rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie 75004 Paris

L’élcaireur

There is know 6 stores Eclaireurs in Paris ( 7 with the Eclaireur vintage-space   located in Saint-Ouen in the heart of the famous flea market).

2 shops are located in le Marais area. At rue Malher, you will find fashion and clothes for men and women. Haute couture designers are repented like Dries Van Noten or Rick Owen.

At rue Sévigné in high-tech decor design by the artists of Electric Shadow, many luxury fashion brands proposes there new collection.

addresses in le Marais

  • 40 rue Sévigné 75004 Paris
  • 12 rue Malher 75004 Paris

 

Rosemary’s Baby

The owner founded firstly the Concept-store Noir-Kennedy dedicated to vintage goods and London’s fashion. It was famous because it was to first to sell April 77 jeans and Cheap Monday clothes in Paris. It has know move to rue de Bretagne and has been renamed Rosemary’s Baby. A second shop has also opened at rue de Turenne.

addresses

  • 14 rue de Bretagne 75004 Paris, France
  • 113 rue de Turenne 75003 Paris, France

Culotte

This thrift has become know a must of vintage jewelery in Paris. Founed by 2 Japaneses, Yasuyuki Nakazono and Minako Ito, this little shop proposes also accessories,   vintage belts (70’s and 80’s) .

address 7 rue Malher 75004 Paris

BHV-Le Marais

Le BHV is a great department store located closed to the City Hall . It’s an institution in the quarter and Parsian like to shop in this lively store. It proposes women and men casual clothes, haute-couture fashion, accessories, fragrance but also design, decor and lifestyle and a lot of goods for DIY .

addresses

  • BHV-Marais-L’Homme (For men fashion) 36 rue de la Verrerie 74004 Paris, France
  • BHV Marais – 52 rue de Rivoli 75004 Paris

Suite 341

This a Multi-brand store where you can find clothe of Sandro, Maje an Claudie Pierlot.

Prices can be high but those Parisian brands are appreciates by French women

address 3 rue des Rosiers 73003 Paris

Shopping Streets in the Marais and main shops

The Narrow streets of the quarter are perfect for a trendy shopping session in Paris. They can be crowed on Sunday because it is one of the rare area where shops are open the last day of the week

Rue Malher

In the short street between the metro Saint-Paul and the Museum Carnavalet, you will find some interesting concept-stores like l’Eclaireur and J.crew some trendy shops like Les Petites for women or Cotélac for men.

Rue Vieille du Temple

This certainly one of the streets the most trendy in the Marais (and may-be in Paris) thanks to its independent designer shops, its jeweleries, and its art galleries. You will able to buy there designers fashion like APC, Sandro, French Trotters, Paul and Joe, LA Fee Maraboutée,  costumes like Ly Adams, Urban and casual clothes like Cheep Monday, American Apparel or jewels like Desirée Jacqueline or Daphnée Dasque. Don’t miss the shop “Le slip Français” specialized in French underwear

Rue des Francs-Bourgeois

It is one one the main streets in the neighborhood. It’s crowed the week-end for it’s Art galleries, its museums and its stores. You will shop in this lively thoroughfare, jewels, linens and may fashion and clothes store.

Tn most famous shops are the Uniqlo flagship (at n° 39), Maje, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Ammerican Apparel, Abou d’Abi Bazar, Maje and the Italian Fragrance shop , Aqua di Parma.

Rue des Rosiers

Located in one of the oldest Jew quarter in Europe, the rue des Rosiers is also one of the most important place for shopping. Among the falafel restaurants you will many interesting shops like  ICB Adidas (with many vintage models), Le Temps des Cerises, IKKS, Bill Tornade or COS.

Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie

This very frequented street hosts some concept-stores listed previously like Fleux or the Factory’s . Some trendy stores are also present like Diesel , Vintage by Ramin, Pierre Hermé or SuperDry

Rue des Archives

This lively long street hosts many luxury stores like Givenchy, Moncler,  Fendi or Gucci

Rue de Rivoli

Only one part of this long thoroughfare is in the quarter but we have had the rue to our list because it is one of the main  shopping streets in Paris.

Prices are generally more affordable, there are mainly international brands like Zara , H&M and Shoe store like Bocage or Minelli. Closed to the metro station St-Paul, you will find many trendy thrifts and second-hand shops like Tilt Vintage or Freep Star.

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