Shopping spots in Paris
Founded in 2010 by Pierre Antoine de Myttenaere and Alisa Gusakova, Springsioux is the story of a tribe–with Mexican gangster tattoos, biker rituals, and a dark aesthetic.
It’s official: the holidays are over… time to go back to work, put your Brazilian bikini in the closet and brace yourself for the rainy Parisian weather.
To face this sad reality and bring some exotic spice to your life, our suggestion is to embrace British style: bad humor, umbrella, flask of whiskey in the pocket and… a trench coat.
Over the past few months, BWGH has consolidated his place among the Parisian avant-garde brands. We could meet them a few months ago at the « Don’t Believe the Hype » fashion fair. These days, they opened their first pop-up store, ideally located in la Cité de la Mode between the French fashion institute (IFM) and the Wanderlust.
A few months back I couldn’t find a decent coffee anywhere in Paris. I’d knock back bitter espressos and nurse UHT infused café crèmes and dream of the rich velvety brews of home. I once even ventured into Starbucks (and had to do the walk of shame home with my misheard name ‘Enel’ scrawled across my excessively large grande latte).
The Paris Liquor Store is the new address for trendy tipplers and curious boozers who want to try limited series alcohols and play it like P. Diddy in his latest video when they offer girls a drink at their place after pimpin’ at a party.
Andrea Crews the experimental brand founded by Maroussia Rebeck moved form Belleville to la rue de Turenne in le Marais. The place to shop the 2 unisex clothing lines : Black Label for unique upcycled pieces and white Label for the chic streetwear pieces. Every piece is thought as an art piece, limited edition of 50 copies in a deluxe packaging created by Leslie David.
MM6 is the sister label to cult superbrand Maison Martin Margiela. The range consists of easily mixable separates, shoes and accessories comprising of wearable day-to-day basics. Pieces can be worn a variety of different ways, encouraging the wearer to express her own style and individuality whilst staying true to the distinctive style of the mainline collection.