I recently attended Paris Fashion week in a whirlwind trip that didn’t feel long enough! I luckily had time to tour local spots in Saint Germain by my Parisian friends, Alix and Caroline. I wore the new Moonstone Blouse and San Onofre skirt from the RT ’18 collection for the day and it was the perfect outfit for exploring the city. I gathered some of my favorite places to help you plan your next trip below.
WHERE TO STAY
7 Rue du Bourg l’Abbé
Les Bains was the perfect hotel for our quick stay in Paris! It is centrally located in Paris’ old aristocratic district, and close to plenty of galleries, cafes and museums. The hotel has so much to offer with a wonderful restaurant, boutique, and night club downstairs.
WHERE TO SHOP
23 Rue du Cherche-Midi
We stopped by Alix’s beautiful store, Heimstone, and saw her new AW 17/18 collection. Her line of high-end, vibrant pieces offer something to wear for every woman. I’m in love with the pink sweater I picked upand paired with our new San Onofre skirt!
Three Seven Paris
22 Rue Oudinot
We visited Caroline’s showroom where her line of handmade plates are displayed. Every platter is one of a kind and crafted in an atelier that lies on the outskirts of Paris. Her line is available here. I’m wearing the new Moonstone Blouse and San Onofre skirt from the RT ’18 collection.
81 Rue du Cherche-Midi
Smallable is a very cool children’s concept store. They have an amazing selection of clothes, beautiful linen sheets and designer furniture for the little ones.
Le Bon Marché
24 Rue de Sèvres
Le Bon Marché carries our brand and is one of the most beautiful places to shop in the world. La Grande Epicerie is always an amazing experience with beautiful displays and delicious food.
WHERE TO EAT
66 Rue du Cherche-Midi
A charming patisserie and tea room on Rue du Cherche Midi. It’s coziness and old-fashioned decor are replicated in their small shop on the same street.
La Ferme d’Alexandre
21 Rue Mouton Duvernet
This cheese shop and butcher has an excellent selection and modern, clean display.
Photography by Antoine Blanchet.