Paris is the capital of fashion and design trends. For Parisians, fashion and design are like a "walk in the park", making Paris the dominant center of trend-setting fashion. A list of shopping districts and boutiques in Paris is not an easy task, because every center is almost the same as popularity. One of the main causes of shopping is Paris, attracting millions of visitors every year, and some of the leading shopping areas and stores are located below.
1 Place of the Steamer & Boulevard Hausmann
Two popular streets in Paris with large mass retail stores such as Printemps and Galeries Lafayette. Like most popular stores, there are also design collections, gourmet food, household items, jewelery, hardware and much more. The Printemps store boasts a large rooftop terrace with panoramic views of Paris. Visitors choose this shopping area they want. Boulevard Hausmann is about 2.5 km away and is one of the tree-lined avenues in Paris.
2) Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore
This is a relatively narrow street, compared to Parisians. At the same time, it is considered the most fashionable streets in the world as it is virtually the home of every major global fashion show. It offers serious, high fashion stores and other exclusive facilities. Rue de Faubourg Saint-Honore is an extension of Rue Saint-Honore. On the 55th Street, the Elysee Palace, which occupies the President of the Republic.  Mistigriff
Mistigriff is located on Rue St Charles, a department store that looks like a "budget style" but sells real clothes with attractive discounts. Women's clothing and accessories are available at very low prices. You have to spend some time in this shop to find a Couture garment from a famous label.
4) Shoes Andre
Andre is a great French shoe brand and there are many shops in Paris and France. Visitors here find fancy shoes at a reasonable price and offer limited-size shoes with young and talented designers. In every season, André is proud to invite hot fashion designers such as Katherine Pradeau and Bali Barret to create exclusive shoe and handbag collections.
5) Viseart Cosmetics
Viseart recently opened the make-up bar at Rue Charlot, 3rd Metro Republique and this is the latest tip for good value and quality cosmetics. This shop is well-known in the fashion and film world. Assistants are experts who help you test and select the product.
6) Saint-Ouen Flea Market
This is one of the famous flea market in Paris, officially known as Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but known for all Les Puces (The Fleas). Flea Market is situated in the town of Paris, about six hectares. It is open on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, and it is estimated that more than 70,000 visitors a week are waiting. More than 2000 shopping malls offer almost everything and one of Paris's most famous shopping malls.
7) Avenue des Champs-Élysées
This is the most prestigious Paris Avenue in France and a very famous tourist destination. There are cinemas, cafés and luxury specialty shops located in the midst of horse-chestnut trees. It is one of the most famous streets and is the most expensive European property.
8) Avenue Montaigne
Originally this street was called Allee des Veuves (widow's alley) because the hated women gathered here, but the street changed at the beginning of the 18th century. Avenue Montaigne offers a number of shops, such as Dior, Chanel, Valentino and Ralph Lauren. Bulgarian jewelers were also found on this street.
9) Les Helles
Les Helles is one of Paris' most important shopping malls. It is named after the large central wholesale market that was demolished in 1971 and now replaces an underground modern shopping mall. This area is statues, fountains, museums, etc. And it is very popular among visitors.
10) Rue d 'Alesia
Rue d' Alesia is another important street in the south of Paris. This is the best place to shop for last season's sales. This street is visited by visitors who like clothing stores.
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