Missing shopping in Paris ? Let Paris in New York walk you through Soho and guide you to the parisian boutiques of French designers...
115 Wooster St., New York, NY 10012
nr. Prince St.
A combination of elegance and a rock'n'roll attitude that will seduce the contemporary woman. Luxury accessories collection of shoes and bags.
Simple and chic collections. Her signature style is illustrated by the tailored white shirt on a black wool jumper.
Urban style : thin-striped sweaters, slim-fit jeans, pleated skirts and dresses in colors like grey, black and brown.
Modern and sexy look. Catherine Malandrino likes to design her clothes with the energy of Manhattan and the romance of Paris: "I want to design irresistible clothes that make a woman desirable, clothes that a man just wants to discreetly take off."
Very edgy style worn by Cher, Britney Spears,... There's a lower-priced, funkier jeans collection too.
Welcome to the kingdom of the luxury Fashion brand. Craftmanship with a touch of Avant-garde. Known mainly for its ultra-elegant travel accessories...
Longchamp, La Maison Unique
132 Spring St
Know for its High-end fashion accessories, Longchamp now offers a new line of women's and men's ready-to-wear. Urban style, natural and sophisticated for their 1 stCollection: "an attitude around the Longchamp bag". The new Soho flagship is an exemple of architecture design...worth the visit !
For your house :
69 Spring St.
Amazing and colorful household items with bold design for this toy and novelties maker: toasters, hairbrushes, dog leashes, kitchen timers, umbrellas, veggie peelers, dustpans -- and much, much more.
And to complete your tour, Paris in New York would suggest two gourmet stops :
80 Spring St., New York, NY 10012
between Broadway and Crosby St.
The place to start to get a breakfast with fresh French pastries...
132 Spring St,
New York, NY 10012
The Vosges Haut-Chocolat creates a wonderful chocolate experience spiced with a wide range of exotic flavors like curry, paprika, wasabi... Katrina Markoff utilizes the original methods of French confectionery artistry which she learned during her training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris
Next week in Paris in New York : shopping in Nolita