Window shopping, Parisian style, from the phrase "faire du lèche-vitrines"
Parisian shop windows are an art form unto themselves. They take great care in presenting beautiful windows and packaging. Unfortunately most photo's are unclear from the glass glare
See the white chicken wire clouds? How charming in a child's room?
One of the ladies attending recommended this shop, Astier de Villatte, with the ambience of
Buly's. Walking into the 17thc, one marvels at the counters, the tile floors, the merchandise. Welcome to Buly's, established in 1803 as an apothecary for one's skin care and fragrance. A must
I prefer the small independents. Then there are the classics
We were on our way back from the flea, I was fully aware of how un-Louis-like I appeared......no matter, this was killer!
Security Agents vastly out-numbered sales staff
There are three Hermes shops in the city, the grandest is in the 6th.
Heavy security, ample staff, etheral
In the mode for vintage? This sliver of a shop is chock full, floor to ceiling
One's eyes are massively stimulated looking up, in windows, and looking down. Anyone know what this is? A manhole cover, you guessed that right?!
Headed to Paris? Here is a digital shopping app, Jouir!!