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Women’s Clothing

Owned by fashion designer Roberta Oprandi and visual artist Bruno Hadjadj, this stark white space feels more like an art gallery then a typical women’s boutique. Clothing is draped over furniture from the '50s and '60s and illuminated by vintage lighting. A carefully curated selection of the best French and international brands is all on hand from an Acne Studios camel-colored car coat to a searsucker dress by Carven. The shop’s location on a charming street in Montmartre makes it a very worthy detour.

16 Rue LavieuvilleParis, France

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