L’Eclaireur

3rd Arrondissement
Men’s + Women’s Clothing

This fashion, design, and lifestyle brand stocks avant-garde designers like Yohji Yamamoto and Haider Ackermann. The company has several concepts throughout the city, including their original menswear boutique (26 Av. des Champs-Elysées; 33-1/45-62-12-32), open since 1980, and a larger store in the Marais that carries both men’s and women’s fashions. The shop’s design—by Belgian artist Arne Quinze—doubles as an interactive artwork with video screens and a wooden plank sculpture.

L’Eclaireur
40 Rue de SévignéParis, France
33-1/48-87-10-22

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