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Collections of boutiques can be found in most of central Paris, though the highways to designer heaven are primarily on the Right Bank. In the Third, the Rue du Temple and its side streets mix galleries and homegrown cutting-edge boutiques; in the Fourth, the Rue des Francs Bourgeois and the Rue Vieille du Temple offer tiny shops dedicated to Japanese imports and designer rags. On the Rue de Rivoli, in the First Arrondissement, you can walk from the Bazar de l'Hotel de Ville to the Louvre without missing a major global brand. The Rue Montorgueil is the fashionably atmospheric market street for the First, and its side streets hold a tantalizing group of small vintage stores. On the Left Bank, the Boulevard Saint-Germain and its side streets mix old bohemian cafés with clusters of high-end fashion around the Place Saint-Germain and the Place Saint-Sulpice. The general opening hours for shops are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., some with a lunch break (generally 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.), Monday to Saturday. On Sundays, most places are closed, with the large exception of the Marais (a traditionally Jewish neighborhood), parts of the Bastille and the Latin Quarter, as well as some tourist-oriented stores.

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Naila de Monbrison, 7th Arr.

In a tidy street behind the Parliament buildings of the Seventh, Naila de Monbrison's enchanting jewelry gallery is an invitation to travel—if just with...more

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Pâtisserie des Rêves, 7th Arr.

With the opening of Pâtisserie des Rêves in fall 2009, celebrated pastry chef Philippe Conticini has made a much-noted return to the forefront of the...more

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Pierre Hardy, 1st Arr.

Pierre Hardy's creations for Balenciaga are more sculptures than shoes, and the jewelry (in addition to footwear) he designs for Hermès are enough to earn...more

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Pierre Hermé, 6th Arr.

Dubbed the "Picasso of Pastries," Pierre Hermé has a virtual kingdom of dessert-related entreprises, including three boutiques in Paris, a sideline in...more

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Sabbia Rosa, 6th Arr.

For those who like to be pretty through-and-through, Sabbia Rosa has been nirvana since 1976. Lingerie fetishists the world over crowd into her tiny light-green...more

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Shopping at the Palais Royal, 1st Arr.

Prior to the French Revolution, the Palais Royal was one of the most vibrant (and debauched) hangouts in the city—a hive of shops, cafés, theaters,...more

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Spree, 18th Arr.

To stock this well-curated boutique above the Place des Abbesses, Roberta Oprandi oversees the clothing and a collection of unusually comfortable, jewel-toned...more

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