Shoes and Bags

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Camper
9, rue des Francs Bourgeois, in the 4th. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 48 87 09 09.
1, rue du Cherche Midi, in the 6th. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 45 48 22 00.
Two of our favorite locations. The Spanish shoe brand from Majorca gives us cute and comfortable shoes, something most gals thought was impossible!

Christian Louboutin
19, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in the 1st. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 42 36 05 31.
Oh-so-sexy shoes.

Giuseppe Zanotti
233, rue St.-Honoré, in the 1st. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 47 03 02 60.

The ornate, colorful and glittery shoes from this high-end Italian designer are gradually becoming staple items in the wardrobes of Parisian fashionistas.

Hoses
41, rue de Poitou, in the 3rd. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 42 78 80 62.
Valery Duboucheron opened this shop in 2004, offering a mix of the crème de la crème in the world of shoes and bags.

Jamin Puech
61, rue d’Hauteville, in the 10th. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 40 22 08 32.
The most original handbags to be found. Also with locations in the 6th and the Marais.

Jonak
41, rue de Passy, in the 16th. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
09 60 11 01 70.

Reasonably priced street-style shoes.

Lobato
6, rue Malher, in the 4th. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 48 87 68 14.
Shoe and handbag fetishists must visit Lobato for leather duds from a range of designers. Sky-high heels, elegant knee-high boots and sexy ankle boots are just some of what’s in store. The bags will make you melt, with designers such as Chloé, Lanvin and Balenciaga, to name but a few.

Longchamp
12, rue St.-Florentin, in the 1st. gg2p Shoes and Bags   getmap
01 43 16 00 00.

Classic French bags in every possible size and color.

Michel Vivien
15, rue Molière, in the 1st.
01 42 96 38 20.
Michel has designed for YSL and Givenchy. You can find his shoes at Le Bon Marché.

Pierre Hardy
156, galerie de Valois, in the 1st, in the Palais Royal.
01 42 60 59 75.
Très chic shoes and handbags.

Robert Clergerie
46, rue Croix des Petits Champs, in the 1st.
01 42 61 49 24.
Perhaps the shoes that inspired the phrase “CFM pumps.”

NOTE: A cruise down the rue de Grenelle in the 6th (starting at the rue du Cherche Midi) will turn up countless gorgeous shoe stores—we do not know of another shoe-obsessed street like it in the world.

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