Matières a Reflexion

Window display at Matières a Reflexion in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Vintage-based bags and select apparel. 

Mademoiselle Lola

Fashion display at Mademoiselle Lola in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Lingerie and vintage gowns for naughty sex kittens.

Madeinused Genetic Vintage

Window display at Madeinused in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Original and reworked vintage curated by a 40 year collector.

Les Parisiennes

Fashion inside Les Parisiennes in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Tiny vintage consignment shop in the 6th. 

Le Night Shop

Fashion inside Le Night Shop in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Fashion and accessories for the late night crowd. 


Window at LE66 in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

The largest and most extensive fashion concept store in Paris—this mega store is considered one of the best, and really the only shop we bother visiting on on Champs-Elysées. 

L’Objet qui Parle

Display at L’Objet qui Parle in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Where edgy interior designers shop for their coolest vintage and antique finds.


Two parts vintage and one part new urban brands—Kiliwatch is not a store you want to miss. This shop is one of the best spots in Paris to find wearable fashions that you’re going to love. Kiliwatch selects the best pieces like retro printed dresses, classic leather goods, silk scarves, wonderfully worn Levi's, authentic vintage Breton shirts, oxfords in all colours and yes, even a vast selection of Hawaiian shirts.


Spree display of Kayrock prints in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

This Eclectic concept store does double duty as a shop and gallery. Spree does concept in subtle way by mixing a select collection of interesting designer apparel and accessories that are highlighted with edgy artwork and vintage furniture.

Free ‘P’ Star

This second-hand treasure trove is THE place to score trendy fashion finds on the cheap. Here you’ll find used pieces at great prices to up your fashion quota without breaking the bank. Why not shop here and save those pennies (err, euro pennies?) for that ‘it’ designer piece you can’t live without.