First Arrondissement
Concept Shop

Open since 1997, Colette is Paris’s original concept shop. While the store has been around for nearly two decades, the two-story boutique on Rue Saint Honoré continues to innovate in the retail realm. It does frequent collaborations with designers on exclusive merchandise for the store, like an Inez and Vinoodh 18-karat yellow gold ring with an enamel inlay and an exclusive cashmere sweater by British luxury knitwear brand Drumohr in Colette’s signature royal blue. The store functions almost as much as an exhibition and events space as a boutique, and hosts frequent art shows and book signings by the likes of Vogue legend Grace Coddington. Colette’s water bar, featuring 100 brands of bottled water, is still the chicest place to hydrate in Paris.

213 Rue Saint HonoréParis, France

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