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This SHOP guide will help you discover all that Paris has to ofer, including the best luxury department stores, boutiques and concept stores, as well as recommendations for restaurants, bars and special places to visit. In this edition, we also take an in-depth look at the city’s historic shopping arcades (see our feature on page 28) and explore some of the best menswear in Paris (turn to page 38). The new Global Blue mobile app is a great way to fnd the very latest on your chosen destination – there are more details in our news section on page 25. As part of Global Blue, a Tax Free Shopping market leader, SHOP publishes essential guides to over 40 destinations across Europe and Asia. For the latest updates, visit globalblue.com, or email me at echeevers@globalblue.com. Claiming your tax savings is even easier with the new Global Blue Card – signing up is free and you can fnd all the details on the Global Blue website.

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Beth Druce After gaining an MA from Central Saint Martins in London, Beth Druce began her career at GQ magazine. She is now a fashion and luxury writer, and also works as a consultant for a variety of luxury fashion companies. In this edition of SHOP Paris Style, she writes about the city’s many attractive shopping arcades. globalblue.com

Thibaud Hérem French illustrator Thibaud Hérem created the stunning cover for this edition of SHOP Paris Style. Thibaud, who has a particular interest in depicting buildings, has shown one of the city’s stunning shopping arcades, as explored in our feature on page 28. He specialises in creating detailed, hand-drawn architectural illustrations and works in pencil and Indian inks. Read our interview with Thibaud, and more about our illustrations, at globalblue.com/covers.

Josh Sims For this edition of SHOP Paris Style, freelance journalist and editor Josh Sims has researched some of the city’s best-established tailors and new menswear labels. Josh also contributes to publications including the Financial Times, Wallpaper and Esquire. His latest book is 50 Years of British Style Culture.


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P ro d u c t s 12 Check Out sHoP selects a standout piece from Paris this season 14 My Favourites Jenny Mannerheim, cofounder of Each x other, reveals her top places and products in Paris 16 Products Key looks for the season, from fashion and footwear to jewellery and accessories 20 Street Style our pick of the city’s best dressed for spring/ summer 2014 N Ews 22 Shop Window one store not to be missed in Paris 24 News seasonal updates on shops, services and new products F E at u r E s 28 Cover Story: Passages Of Time the historic shopping arcades of Paris ofer unique shopping experiences, Beth druce discovers Above: galerie Vivienne

38 Perfect Fit From well-established tailors to new menswear labels, Paris has plenty to ofer the modern man. Josh sims reports cI t Y Gu I dE 47 Maps and guides to the key shopping areas of Paris EssENtIa Ls 58 How To Shop Tax Free the simple steps to saving money on your shopping t r a N s L at I o N s 60 美文翻译 62 traductions françaises Postca r d 66 sHoP writes home about Longchamp


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ALOHA PARIS The bright Hawaiian shirt is reborn this season and is back on the must-have lists of stylish men across the world. This muted version by Parisian brand Brooklyn We Go Hard is one of the best we’ve seen. Inspired by urban culture and street fashion, BWGH has been making youthful, on-trend menswear since 2010. Already well

known on the Paris scene, the team has made a lot of fashion friends and previously has collaborated with Kitsune, Opening Ceremony and Colette. The most stylish way to wear a Hawaiian shirt this season is with unexpected pairings, so take it out of context and couple it with a tailored suit. hl BWGH Hawaii shirt, â‚Ź128, Galeries Lafayette, 40 boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, +33 (0)1 4282 3456, bwgh.fr

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My Favourites: Jenny Mannerheim Parisian label Each x Other has its roots in the poem Safe And Warm Here/In The Fire Of Each Other by Robert Montgomery. Inspired by the ideas behind these words, creative director Jenny Mannerheim and fashion designer Ilan Delouis established their unisex brand. Collaborating with artists, designers and craftspeople, Each x Other creates a common wardrobe for men and for women. Here, Jenny shares her favourite Parisian places and products with Hannah Lewis each-other.com

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1. ‘This Each x Other biker-style jacket is by one of this season’s artists, Ruiz Stephinson’ Each x Other jacket, price on request, Galeries Lafayette, 40 boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, +33 (0)1 4282 3456, each-other.com

2. ‘Aurélie Bidermann’s jewellery is so chic and easy to wear for the day or night, in the city or on a beach. The pieces fow really well from occasion to occasion’ Aurélie Bidermann Cheyenne pendant, €1,450, Aurélie Bidermann, 55 bis rue des Saints-Pères, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4548 4314, aureliebidermann.com

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3. ‘Colette has the most knowledgeable staf in the industry, so I go there to chat to everyone and discover new things’

4. ‘The perfect place for an early morning walk. The symmetry of the square, which is the oldest in Paris, has a Zen feel’

Colette, 213 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 5535 3390, colette.fr

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5. ‘I love the scent of Kiehl’s Original Musk shower gel!’ Kiehl’s Original Musk shower gel, €20.50, Kiehl's, 15 rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75004 Paris, +33 (0)1 4278 7011, kiehls.com

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1. Chanel Chance fragrance, 50ml, €85.50, Chanel, 31 rue Cambon, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4450 6600, chanel.com 2. Pinko trainers, €395, Pinko, 4 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4266 3211, pinko.com

3. Mango coat, €79.99, Mango, 3 place du 18 Juin, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4548 0496, mango.com 4. Swarovski sunglasses, €135, Swarovski, 146 avenue des ChampsÉlysées, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4561 1380, swarovski.com

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5. Monki shirt, €40, Monki, 96 rue de Provence, 75009 Paris, +33 (0)1 5332 8500, monki.com 6. Acne shorts, €230, Acne, 3 rue Froissart, 75003 Paris, +33 (0)1 4996 9691, acnestudios.com

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7. Gas Bijoux earrings, €240, Gas Bijoux, 8 avenue George V, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 5323 8800, gasbijoux.com


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1. A Testoni bag, €1,070, A Testoni, 15 rue Royale, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4456 0990, testoni.com

3. Paul Smith Sunshine fragrance, 100ml, €36, Paul Smith, 3 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4268 2710, paulsmith.co.uk

2. Diesel trousers, €190, Diesel, 21 rue Montmartre, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4236 5555, diesel.com

4. Cos shirt, €59, Cos, 4 rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, +33 (0)1 4454 3770, cosstores.com

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Our favourite items worn by visitors to Paris Fashion Week’s spring/summer shows include Burberry’s heart-print shirt and the checked tote bag from Prada. Among the best dressed were Veronika Heibrunner and Justin O’Shea from MyTheresa, with their perfect version of his and hers dressing

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JUST FOR JEWELS French fashion giant Louis Vuitton has opened its frst boutique dedicated to fne jewellery and timepieces. Set on the prestigious place Vendôme alongside some of the greatest French jewellers, the new venture could hardly have a better location in Paris. Behind the neoclassical façade lies a sleek space which architect Peter Marino has designed in neutral colours to

enable the products to stand out. Specially commissioned artworks and installations adorn the walls and ceilings, while glass boxes shine almost as brilliantly as the stunning objects they display. From understated classic black watches for men to show-stopping women’s jewellery almost too spectacular to wear, this is a collection that truly deserves its own special store. hl Louis Vuitton, 23 place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 8169 2750, louisvuitton.com

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A CAMELLIA COMPLEXION Combining camellia blooms and high-tech skincare, the Hydra Beauty range has been launched by Chanel. It is inspired by the way in which camellias bloom in the winter and are protected from the cold with waxes that surround the petals. Created for dry skin and lips and using camellia oils, Hydra Beauty delivers a boost of hydration and protection to parched complexions and is particularly useful after the winter. Stylishly packaged, the nourishing lip care product is destined to become a handbag staple. irs

Chanel Boutique Beauté, 382 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4450 7267, chanel.com * for map go to page 53

ACNE ON THE RIVE GAUCHE Swedish style leader Acne has opened a store in the city’s Rive Gauche neighbourhood, long regarded as the centre of Parisian creativity. With existing shops in Le Marais and Palais Royal, the brand now has three stores showcasing Scandinavian minimal style across Paris. The new shop has a warehouse look and is dominated by panels of untreated aluminium which refect the colours of the collections, while its foors are made of contrasting pink and grey carpet and terrazzo. It carries the men’s and women’s ready-to-wear collections, denim, accessories and footwear. rp

Acne, 1 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris, +33 (0)1 4260 5188, acnestudios.com

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THE NEW BLACK Anna Ruohonen is known for her beautiful womenswear, which fts wonderfully and fatters the female form. Her inspiration starts with the stunning fabrics she sources, and this season’s White Label collection is flled with bold and colourful silk pieces. Ruohonen also has a Black Classics line, where her most-loved styles are reborn in classic black, such as this Cottonfeld dress made from linen and cotton. hl Anna Ruohonen, 227 boulevard Raspail, 75014 Paris, +33 (0)1 4327 0889, annaruohonen.com globalblue.com

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Alain Ducasse wanted to create chocolate for his acclaimed restaurants, so he has set up a workshop where chocolatiers develop exactly what the chef requires. Ducasse is involved in every step, from the sourcing of the beans to the creation of the products. Visitors to Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse can see the master chocolate makers at work and also have the chance to purchase their delicious creations in the shop. The design of the space makes it a must-visit and, to enhance the sense of tradition, Ducasse has flled his store with antiques and reclaimed furnishings. hl Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse, 40 rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris, +33 (0)1 4805 8286, lechocolat-alainducasse.com

Founded in Paris in 1803 by army ofcer Claude Arthus-Bertrand, and with a list of distinguished clients that includes the French government, Arthus-Bertrand began as a manufacturer of medals. Many esteemed names have been behind its designs, including FrĂŠdĂŠric Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of the Statue of Liberty. Today the company makes jewellery as well as medals and ensures each piece is made to the standards upheld since 1803. Intricate pendants, rings and earrings are tempting options, but for spring/summer 2014 the charm bracelets steal the show. hl Arthus-Bertrand, 54 rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4954 7210, arthus-bertrand.com * for map go to page 50

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There are places that inspire stories, and stories that inspire places. In the hidden passageways of Paris, one imagines both are true. From the moment you set foot inside these ornate, historic places, you feel you might slip softly through the windows of time. It was at the end of the 1700s that some 150 interconnecting passages were built in Paris as a globalblue.com

way to provide wealthy Parisians with somewhere they could shop, yet be spared the city’s rain. Two hundred years on and around 20 of these glass-roofed arcades remain open and accessible, hidden pathways of the busy streets that give way to a parallel universe with an atmosphere entirely of its own. Like a gateway to another world, the second arrondissement


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provides access to many of these passages, the most impressive of which may well be Galerie Vivienne. Restored to its former neoclassical glory, its mosaic in-laid foors and hand-carved wooden features smoothly transport you to the 1800s. Jean Paul Gaultier opened his frst store here in 1986 and the designer is still very much in residence, as Galerie Vivienne houses his fagship today. Close by, textile boutique Wolf et Descourtis features one-of designs by Didier Ludot; he has outftted Madonna in his whimsical attires, and has been described by Hamish Bowles, an editor-at-large for Vogue, as ‘the vanguard’ of vintage couture. To celebrate your purchases, visit the wine bar Les Caves Legrand or the tea room A Priori. Avsh Alom Gur is a designer whose love afair with the city’s Above: Galerie Vivienne

‘It’s about the journey, about stepping back in time’ Avsh Alom Gur hidden passages started when he was working for Chloé more than a decade ago, and he frequently returns to be inspired by ‘unexpected items that could provoke creativity’. ‘In today’s world, it can be difcult to fnd corners with authenticity, especially when it comes to retail,’ he explains. Authenticity of a theatrical kind can be found between Saint Martin and Quincampoix, where the buildings that mark the entrance to Passage Molière boast


a bold, vibrantly coloured exterior, yet the atmosphere is peaceful and serene. Just 45 metres in length, Passage Molière was named after the 17th century French playwright, whose work was often performed in the theatre here. Today it is called Maison de la Poésie and hosts cultural events, while Librairie Scaramouche sources rare cinema posters. ‘One of the best aspects of the Passage Joufroy is that the restorers haven’t embalmed it in good taste,’ notes the arts critic Richard B Woodward about this well-loved passage in the ninth arrondissement. Here, visitors will fnd La Boite à Joujoux which sells items for dolls’ houses, an old-world toyshop called Pain d’Épices and Above (from top): Passage Molière; Passage Joufroy

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Segas which specialises in antique walking sticks. Like many of the passages, you won’t fnd Le Passage du GrandCerf on a map, yet it’s distinctive: the wooden stag’s head, the dragonfy and the crab that adorn the walls aford it a curious eccentricity. It’s tall, an imposing 12 metres high, and has a quirky vibe that attracts an eclectic mix of proprietors, including jewellery designers Eric et Lydie, whose ornate, colourful designs were discovered by Christian Lacroix. There are also never-ending racks of vintage eyewear at Pour Vos Beaux Yeux while the wittily named Le Pas Sage (The Wise Step) is a bistro with a nonchalant, relaxed feel and is a perfect place for a restorative drink or a plate of charcuterie.

While the structural beauty of many passages will always impress, many of the stores also leave a longlasting impression, like Tombées du Camion (‘fell of the back of a lorry’), a curiosity shop and fea market all in one, in the Passage des Panoramas. Here you’ll fnd everything from ET masks and dismembered dolls to mannequin heads and coloured buttons. ‘It’s about the journey, about stepping back in time and enjoying things because we don’t shop simply to fulfl a materialist need, we are after an emotional experience too,’ says Gur. The hidden passages of Paris are perfect for such experiences galerie-vivienne.com, passagejoufroy.com, passagedespanoramas.fr

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By any account it is an impressive client list: Karl Lagerfeld, David Niven, Orson Welles, Fred Astaire, Cary Grant and François Mitterand. All have shopped at Cifonelli, Parisian makers of timeless bespoke suiting since 1926. Today the company also produces more unusual ready-to-wear clothing including knitted tailored jackets and those made of tough yet soft yaks’ wool – tweed with a Tibetan twist. ‘I don’t want to make clothes in the same way my father or grandfather did,’ says Lorenzo Cifonelli. ‘Tailors can be too rigid in their ideas and too stufy. You have to keep moving forward and understand how people are living 61

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now. Paris isn’t so well known for its tailoring for men, but the tailors who are here are very strong on the details, in a couture way.’ Cifonelli is not alone in providing a backbone of men’s style in the French capital. Parisian menswear goes beyond ‘bourgeois chic’ and among other French menswear greats are Dormeuil, widely appreciated for its fabrics, Zilli which is known for its leather jackets and shirts, Lacoste for the polo shirts that the company invented, and Armor-Lux, Saint James and Orcival, who between them created and popularised the breton top. And then there are the relative new guns, the likes of casualwear Lef: Berluti spring/summer 2014


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There has been increased attention on France’s well-established artisan producers

company Benny, rugby-inspired Eden Park, Corthay shoes and directional companies such as Billtornade and APC. Such leading names, along with the city’s convenient location, make it the ideal place for international travellers who are looking to restock their wardrobes or attend a ftting for a bespoke item while they are passing through. In recent years there has been increased attention on France’s well-established artisan producers and their high-quality items. ‘After all, Paris was the capital of menswear through the 1800s and the start of the next century. In the 1800s, certain levels of craft Above (clockwise from lef): Josephine Baker wearing Cifonelli; Cifonelli crafsmanship; Dormeuil cloth samples


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skill, such as in shirt-making, could only be found in Paris,’ says Jean-Claude Colban, director of Charvet. Established in 1838, Charvet has counted Charles Baudelaire and Charles de Gaulle among its customers and the company is arguably the creator of the modern-day shirt. It is currently working with cotton growers on the Nile Delta to develop a type of cotton which will allow it to create ‘the appropriate shade of white we want for a shirt, because there is more than one shade of white’. Along with quality, style is an important factor in Parisian menswear: individual without being outlandish or obviously current, lush without being excessive. ‘There’s a particular ‘favour’ to Parisian menswear,’ says Colban. ‘It’s classic, but there’s more to it than that. There is a subtlety and balance.’ Alessandro Sartori agrees and not only is he Italian, he has worked as a designer at Ermenegildo Zegna Above (from top): Charvet boutique, Paris; APC spring/summer 2014


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and is now the creative head of one of Paris’s most famous shoemakers, Berluti. The company has introduced a men’s ready-to-wear line and recently opened a bespoke atelier in Paris. For Sartori, Parisian menswear is less about showstopping design and more about a renewed emphasis on weight, texture and richness. He sees this as a return to menswear’s traditional qualities which are in contrast to its recent ‘slightly crazy direction, where marketing and distribution and prices and numbers are driving the collections, rather than an appreciation for craftsmanship and a certain style.’ At Berluti, craftsmanship and style might be a parka in cashmere, a super-soft jumper or a Donegal wool three-piece suit with plenty of hand-fnished detail: felled seams, piped waistbands and hand-abraded leather buttons Above (both): Berluti spring/summer 2014

Such attention might lead to pieces being handed down the generations, from father to son

Such attention might lead to pieces being handed down the generations, from father to son. According to Sartori, Parisian fashion has its focus on ‘selecting certain pieces and really valuing them and the way they build on your wardrobe’ rather than on any one faddish brand. ‘That seems a much healthier way to shop.’ cifonelli.com, charvet.com, berluti.com


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Vicomte A ofering a fresh take on aristocratic elegance, fashion label Vicomte A, which was set up by two brothers, adds a rebellious edge to otherwise traditional ensembles. Shirts, jackets, ties, sweaters and polo shirts all feature, with the use of bright colours and clashing prints adding a modern touch. the brothers’ equestrian background is also evident with tweeds and countryside checks found throughout. Vicomte A, 40 rue du Dragon, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4559 2085, vicomte-a.com


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P.66 ● LONGCHAMP ● REPETTO ● TARA JARMON ● ANNE FONTAINE SANDRO ● ● ZAPA ● HERVE CHAPELIER MAJE ● ● DENIS LEON ● DODO ● JOHN GALLIANO P.24 ● CHANEL ● FOGAL PATRIZIA PEPE ● ● AUDEMARS PIGUET PAGE LE FAURÉ ● ● CORDELIA RU E CA MBO N RU E C AM B O N ROBE RTO CAVAL LI ● ● TOM FORD

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Pataugas footwear is designed to provide comfort and style, and is popular among walkers and fashion enthusiasts. Its eclectic range encompasses thick-soled leather sneakers and all-weather boots for men, women and children through to ballet pumps. the company was formed in 1950 and its collections retain a timeless vintage aesthetic; the

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extensive choice of colours and soles guarantees there will be a style to suit all visitors. Pataugas, 211 rue saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4926 0902, pataugas.com

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GaRRiCe Garrice is one of Paris’s leading independent footwear boutiques, with over 300 styles by more than 50 designers; some are exclusive to the store. labels include Paul smith, see by Chloé, Casadei, Givenchy and Repetto as well as Garrice’s own range.

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rings are all available and most pieces are fnished with smooth, aged silver or bronze plating, beads and swarovski crystals. Metal Pointu’s, 13 rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4544 9699, metal-pointus.com for map go to page 51

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Translations 美文翻译

有这么多原创的东西。”他解释道。 在Saint Martim和Quincampoix之间则 可以找到戏剧的原创元素。从那里可以进入另

28: Passages Of Time

一条廊街Passage Molière,虽然入口的建筑

最佳搭配

都以明亮浮夸的色彩装饰,但里面的氛围却

巴黎历史悠久的购物长廊带给人们独特的

纪法国剧作家莫里哀创作的剧目经常在这里

购物体验

的剧院演出,这条廊街便以他的名字命名。如

有些地方是孕育故事的摇篮,也有些故事会为

,许多文化活动都在这里举办。在廊街里的

某个地方注入活力,这描述的正是隐匿在巴黎

Librairie Scaramouche你还可以找到许多稀

各处的廊街。当踏入这些古老华丽的长廊时,

有的电影海报。

是平和且宁静的。廊街只有45米长,因为17世

今它被称为Maison de la Poésie(诗歌之家)

你会觉得仿佛坠入了时间的长河。 这些互联互通的廊街建于十八世纪末,共 有150条,它们为当时巴黎的上流社会提供了一

“Passage Joufroy最棒的一点就是修复 者非常好地重现了它原本的样貌。”谈到这条 位于第九区深受人们喜爱的廊街时,艺术评

个不受风雨影响的购物之处。200年过去了,这

论家Richard B Woodward这样说道。 这里

些玻璃顶的长廊还有20座仍在使用中。它藏匿

有卖玩偶屋相关产品的La Boite à Joujoux,

于繁忙的街道之中,通往一个与外界截然不同

古董玩具店Pain d’Épices,和专营古董手杖

并有着独特韵味的世界。

的Segas。

巴黎二区就像是通往另一个世界的大门,

正如许多其它的廊街,你在地图上是无法

进入许多廊街的入口都坐落于此。廊街中最令

找到Le Passage du Grand-Cerf的,但在路上

人印象深刻的莫过于Galerie Vivienne,经过

你一眼就能认出它来——木质的鹿头、墙上

修复的它处处流露着新古典主义曾经的辉煌,

的蜻蜓和螃蟹,无不透露着一丝古怪,让人抑

镶嵌着马赛克的地板以及手工雕刻的木质花纹

制不住地好奇。足足12米的高度也令它独具一

让人恍如回到了十九世纪。1986年,Jean Paul

格。诡异的氛围吸引了各种各样的业主入驻,

Gaultier(高缇耶)在这里开了第一家店。如今

其中包括珠宝设计师Eric et Lydie。他的华丽

他依旧常驻于此,因为他的旗舰店也在这条街

多彩的设计得到了Christian Lacroix(法国著

上。在Jean Paul Gaultier的旗舰店旁还有经

名时装设计师)的赏识。喜欢复古眼镜?Pour

营精品布料的Wolf et Descourtis, 所售款式

Vos Beaux Yeux里有数不清的款式。看似俏皮

都由Didier Ludot亲自为顾客量身定制。他不

的Le Pas Sage(明智之选)其实是个休闲慵懒

仅为麦当娜设计过极具特色的服装,Vogue撰

的小酒馆,如果你需要一杯饮料或者一份热食

稿人Hamish Bowles也称他为时装界复古风的

恢复元气,这里绝对是你的“明智之选”。

领军人物。在畅快的购物之后,不如小憩一下, 到Les Caves Legrand品一杯红酒,或者到A Priori喝一杯好茶。 设计师Avsh Alom Gur与这些廊街之间的 故事早在十几年前他在Chloé工作的时候就开

不仅廊街精美的构造让人印象深刻,里面 的各式店铺也让人回味无穷。例如位于Passage des Panoramas 的 Tombées du Camion(坠 落卡车)就是一个集古玩店及跳蚤市场于一身 的特色店铺。里面有各种古灵精怪的东西——

始了。他经常来这里,因为一些出人意料的商

外星人的面具,残缺的娃娃,人形模特的头,

品总能激发他的创造力,给他带来灵感。 “现

还有五颜六色的纽扣。

在,尤其是对于零售业,很难找到一个地方能

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61 时光倒流的幻境中尽情地享受。因为我们购物

的潮流,还有其他非常好的男装品牌,例如以

不仅仅是为了满足物质需求,更是为了追求一

布料著称的Dormeuil,因皮夹克和衬衫知名

种情感体验, ”设计师Gur说道。

的Zilli,发明了polo衫的Lacoste,以及创造了

如果你想要独特的购物体验,巴黎的廊街 绝对不会让你失望。

海魂衫并使之成为风尚的Armor-Lux,Saint James和Orcival。还有一些后起之秀,包括主

galerie-vivienne.com, passagejoufroy.com,

打休闲服饰的Benny,以橄榄球运动为灵感的

passagedespanoramas.fr

Eden Park, 男鞋品牌Corthay,以及引领潮流 的Billtornade和APC。

38: Perfect Fit 时光之廊

巴黎不仅拥有这些知名品牌,还有便利的 地理位置。所以来自世界各国的旅客在游览这 座城市之余还可以趁机丰富一下自己衣橱里的 款式或者亲临店里让裁缝定制一套衣服。 近年来越来越多的人开始关注法国声誉良 好的手工制造者以及出自他们手中的高质量产 品。 “毕竟从19世纪末到20世纪初巴黎一直占 据着男装的最高地位。19世纪时,例如衬衫制 作这样的手工技艺都只有巴黎才有。”Charvet 的主管Jean-Claude Colban说道。Charvet始 于1838年,Charles Baudelaire(法国诗人) 和Charles de Gaulle(法国前总统)都是它的 顾客,该公司还是现代衬衫款式的创造者。现 在,它正与尼罗河三角洲的棉花种植者们合作

从经验丰富的裁缝到最新的男装品牌,当下男

培育一种的棉花。 “因为白色其实有很多种,我

士们的着装需求巴黎都能够满足

们希望这种棉花能够使衬衫呈现出我们所追 求的最理想的白色。”

Karl Lagerfeld(德国设计师), David Niven

除了过硬的质量,巴黎男装款式也有过人

(英国演员),Orson Welles(美国演员),Fred

之处— —独树一帜却不鹤立鸡群,低调奢华

Astaire(美国舞蹈家), Cary Grant(美国演

且紧跟潮流。 “巴黎的男装有自己独特的‘味

员)和François Mitterand(法国前总统),什

道’ , ”Colban说道“它不仅经典,还很细致以

么品牌的客户名单上能有这么多家喻户晓的名

及和谐。”

字?答案是巴黎的高级定制西装品牌Cifonelli。它始于1926年,是西装中永恒的经典。

曾经在Ermenegildo Zegna工作过的意大 利设计师Alessandro Sartori也认同这个观点。

现在,Cifonelli也生产一些与众不同的成

他现在是巴黎最知名的鞋类品牌Berluti的创

衣,例如针织定制夹克,和由坚韧却柔软的牦

意总监。这个公司最近增加了男士成品鞋生产

牛毛编织而成、装点着藏式花纹的的外套。

线,并在巴黎开设了定制工作室。对于Sartori

“我不想一味地沿袭我父亲和祖父的制衣风

来说巴黎男装不追求成为被热烈追捧的款式,

格,我希望有所创新” ,Lorenzo Cifonelli说

而是恢复了对于重量、手感和丰富性的关注。

道。 “裁缝有时候会太过坚持自己的想法以至

他认为许多传统男装的品质在巴黎男装中重现

于有些刻板。其实你需要与时俱进,了解人们

了,而这些品质是与现今的趋势相对的。 “现在

现在的生活。虽然巴黎不是以男装剪裁著称,

营销、销售、定价及销量成为了趋势的风向标,

但在时装方面,这儿的裁缝对于细节的处理水

而不再是对制作技艺或某种风格的欣赏。”

平是世界一流的。”

在Berluti,精湛的技艺和独特的风格可能

巴黎的男士风尚并不只有Ci fonel l i一家

存在于一件喀什米尔细羊毛的大衣,或是一

独撑大局。巴黎男装不仅仅局限于中产阶级

件非常柔软的毛衣,又或者是有许多手工制作


62 的细节的Donegal羊毛三件套西装— —边缘 的精确缝合,腰部细致的滚边,以及手工打磨

TraducTiOnS FrançaiSeS

的皮质纽扣。经过这种严谨的工艺制造出的服 装才能经得起时间的考验,甚至可以从父辈传 给子辈。

28: Passages Of Time Passages du temps

Sartori说,巴黎的时尚不是用时髦的品牌 把自己从头到脚包装起来,而是精心挑选真正

Les superbes arcades historiques de la ville

有价值的并且适合自己的衣服。这听起来似乎

ofrent des expériences d'achats uniques;

是种更加理性的消费理念。

Beth Druce est partie à leur découverte

cifonelli.com, charvet.com, berluti.com

Il est des lieux qui inspirent des histoires et

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63 ses tenues fantaisistes et a été décrit par

trouverez pas Le Passage du Grand-Cerf

Hamish Bowles, éditorialiste non désigné

sur un plan, mais il est reconnaissable : la

pour Vogue, comme « l'avant-gardiste »

tête de cerf en bois, la libellule et le crabe

de la mode vintage. Pour fêter vos ach-

qui parent ses murs lui confèrent une

ats, arrêtez-vous au bar à vin Les Caves

curieuse excentricité. Mesurant plus de

Legrand ou au salon de thé A Priori.

12 mètres de haut, il est vaste et imposant

Avsh Alom Gur est un créateur tombé

et transmet une atmosphère décalée qui

amoureux des passages secrets de la ville

attire un mélange éclectique de proprié-

lorsqu'il travaillait pour Chloé il y a plus de

taires, notamment les créateurs de bijoux

dix ans. Il y retourne régulièrement pour

Eric et Lydie, dont les créations riches et

s'inspirer « d'articles inattendus qui pour-

colorées furent découvertes par Christian

raient être source de créativité. Dans le

Lacroix. Pour Vos Beaux Yeux vous pro-

monde d'aujourd'hui, il est parfois difcile

pose des étalages sans fn de lunettes vin-

de trouver des coins quelque peu authen-

tage tandis que le bistro nommé avec

tiques, en particulier dans le domaine de la

humour Le Pas Sage ofre un lieu non-

vente, » explique-t-il.

chalant et détendu, idéal pour pren-

On trouve entre Saint Martin et Quincampoix une certaine authenticité

dre un verre ou déguster une assiette de charcuterie.

du monde théâtral, où les bâtiments mar-

Tandis que la beauté structurelle d'un

quant l'entrée du Passage Molière sont

grand nombre de passages continuera

vivement décorés de peinture dorée mais

d'éblouir leurs visiteurs, beaucoup de

conservent tout de même une atmosphère

magasins laissent également une impres-

calme et sereine. Mesurant tout juste 45

sion marquante, comme Tombées du

mètres de long, le Passage Molière fut

Camion dans le Passage des Panoramas,

nommé d'après le dramaturge français

à la fois boutique de curiosités et marché

du XVIIe siècle, dont les pièces étaient

aux puces. Vous y trouverez de tout, de

souvent jouées dans le théâtre qui s'y

masques ET à des poupées démembrées,

trouve. Celui-ci est aujourd'hui appelé

en passant par des têtes de mannequins et

Maison de la Poésie et accueille des évé-

des boutons colorés.

nements culturels, tandis que la Librairie

« Il s'agit d'un parcours, d'un retour

Scaramouche collectionne de rares post-

en arrière et du plaisir des choses car nous

ers de cinéma.

n'achetons pas seulement pour répondre

« Un des meilleurs aspects du Passage

à un besoin matérialiste, nous sommes

Joufroy est que ses restaurateurs ne l'ont

également en quête d'une expérience émo-

pas embaumé de bon goût, » note le cri-

tionnelle, » afrme Gur.

tique d'art Richard B. Woodward au sujet

Les passages cachés de Paris sont par-

de ce passage très apprécié du neuvième

faits pour de telles expériences.

arrondissement. Il abrite notamment La

galerie-vivienne.com,

Boite à Joujoux qui vent des articles pour

passagejoufroy.com,

les maisons de poupées, un magasin de

passagedespanoramas.fr

jouets d'antan appelé Pain d’Épices, et Segas qui est spécialisé dans les cannes de collection. Comme nombre de passages, vous ne


64

38: Perfect Fit Une coupe parfaite

décontractés Benny ; Eden Park, inspiré du rugby ; le chausseur Corthay et les sociétés directionnelles comme Billtornade et APC.

Des maisons de tailleurs bien établies aux

Ces

grands

noms,

alliés

à

nouvelles enseignes de mode masculine,

l'emplacement pratique de Paris, font de

Paris a beaucoup à ofrir à l'homme mod-

cette ville le lieu idéal pour les voyageurs

erne. Un rapport signé Josh Sims

internationaux cherchant à regarnir leur garde-robe ou qui souhaitent rencontrer un

Il s'agit à tout égard d'une liste de clients

tailleur pour obtenir un article sur-mesure

impressionnante : Karl Lagerfeld, David

pendant qu'ils sont de passage.

Niven, Orson Welles, Fred Astaire, Cary

On a constaté ces dernières années

Grant et François Mitterrand. Tous ont

une augmentation de l'intérêt porté aux

fait des achats chez Cifonelli, créateur

créateurs artisans français bien établis et à

parisien de costumes sur-mesure intempo-

leurs articles de haute qualité. « Après tout,

rels depuis 1926.

Paris était la capitale de la mode masculine

Aujourd'hui, la société produit un prêt-

pendant tout le XIXe siècle et au début du

à-porter plus insolite, dont des vestes de

XXe. À cette époque, certains niveaux de

tailleur en maille et d'autres d'inspiration

savoir-faire, comme la confection des che-

tibétaine, fabriquées dans un tweed en

mises, ne pouvaient être trouvés qu'à Paris,

laine de yak, une laine à la fois douce et

» explique Jean-Claude Colban, directeur

résistante. « Je ne veux pas créer les mêmes

de Charvet. Établie en 1838, la maison

pièces que mon père ou mon grand-père,

Charvet a compté parmi ses clients des per-

» déclare Lorenzo Cifonelli. « Les tailleurs

sonnalités telles que Charles Baudelaire ou

sont parfois trop stricts dans leurs idées et

Charles de Gaulle, et la société est proba-

trop vieux-jeu. Il faut continuer à aller de

blement à l'origine de la chemise moderne.

l'avant et comprendre comment les gens

Elle travaille aujourd'hui avec des pro-

vivent aujourd'hui. Paris n'est pas tellement

ducteurs de coton basés sur le delta du Nil

célèbre pour le façonnage pour hommes,

afn d'obtenir le type de coton qui lui per-

mais les tailleurs ici accordent une grande

mettra de créer « la nuance de blanc idéale

importance aux détails, dans le style de la

pour une chemise, car il existe plus d'une

haute couture. »

nuance de blanc. »

Cifonelli n'est pas le seul pilier de la

Parallèlement à la qualité, le style joue

mode masculine dans la capitale fran-

un rôle important dans la mode mascu-

çaise. Les vêtements masculins parisiens

line parisienne : individuel sans être excen-

ne se limitent efectivement pas à la

trique ou trop basique, riche sans être

mode BCBG, et parmi les autres grands

excessif. « La mode masculine parisienne

parisiens, on trouve Dormeuil, largement

possède un "parfum" particulier », afrme

apprécié pour ses tissus, Zilli, célèbre pour

M. Colban. « Elle est certes classique, mais

ses vestes en cuir et ses chemises, Lacoste

pas seulement. Elle dégage une certaine

pour ses polos, et Armor-Lux, Saint James

fnesse, et de l'équilibre. »

et Orcival, qui ont à eux tous créé et pop-

Alessandro Sartori le confrme, et non

ularisé les marinières. Et puis on rencon-

seulement est-il italien, mais il a égale-

tre également des enseignes plus récentes,

ment travaillé en tant que créateur pour

telles que le fabricant de vêtements plus

Ermenegildo Zegna et il est aujourd'hui

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65 directeur de la création chez l'un des plus

magasins situés dans les meilleurs

célèbres chausseurs parisiens : Berluti. La

quartiers commerçants du monde entier.

société a introduit une collection de prêt-

Alors pourquoi ne pas rejoindre les

à-porter masculin et a récemment ouvert

26 millions de voyageurs qui se font

un atelier de création sur-mesure à Paris.

chaque année exonérer de taxes sur

Pour Sartori, la mode masculine parisi-

leurs achats grâce à Global Blue? Il

enne s'intéresse moins aux designs extrav-

vous sufra simplement de rechercher

agants qu'aux textures, à la richesse et à la

les commerçants afchant notre logo

densité des tenues. Il voit en cela un retour

représentant une étoile bleue ou de

aux qualités traditionnelles des vêtements

demander Global Blue, puis de suivre

masculins en opposition avec leur récente «

notre processus simple.

dérive quelque peu insensée, où le marketing, la distribution, les prix et les chifres

1. Magasin

commandent les collections, plutôt qu'une

Quel que soit l'endroit où vous faites vos

appréciation du savoir-faire et un style par-

achats, demandez un bordereau de détaxe

ticulier. »

Global Blue et pensez à bien conserver vos

Chez Berluti, le savoir-faire et le style

tickets de caisse.

peuvent transparaître au travers d'une

2. Demande de remboursement

parka en cachemire, d'un pull ultra-doux

Lorsque vous vous apprêtez à rentrer chez

ou d'un costume trois pièces en laine

vous, rendez-vous au service des douanes

Donegal couvert de détails faits à la main

situé sur votre lieu de départ afn de faire

: des coutures rabattues, des ceintures

approuver vos bordereaux de détaxe, puis

passepoilées et des boutons en cuir usés à la

venez chercher votre remboursement dans

main. Cette extrême attention permet par-

l'un de nos bureaux de service client.

fois que des pièces soient transmises d'une génération à l'autre, de père en fls. Selon Sartori, la philosophie de la

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mode parisienne n'est pas de porter une

+421 232 111 111

même marque éphémère de la tête aux

Dépensez au minimum €175.01 et

pieds mais plus de « sélectionner certaines

économisez en moyenne 12% sur le

pièces et de comprendre leur valeur réelle

prix d'achat. Veuillez noter que le

et la façon dont elles s'intègrent dans votre

remboursement fnal que vous recevrez

garde-robe ; cela semble une manière bien

sera égal au montant total de la TVA

plus positive d'acheter des vêtements. »

moins les frais d’administration. À

cifonelli.com, charvet.com, berluti.com

certains bureaux de remboursement vous devrez payer une redevance

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