Monday: 2:30PM to 7:30PM
Tuesday to Friday: 10:30AM to 7:30PM
Sunday: Noon to 6PM
SEGOOLA gives you the latest in optical and solar within a concept store that is both charming and friendly. In a style which is chic and rock, houndstooth sofas reside alongside large leather trunks that blend beautifully with the space's trim and molding. A Polaroid photo-corner allows you to study your new look and take the cliché with you if in doubt. The displayed glasses appear to rotate in glass bells hanging in the air,. The finest selection of frames, seen first in SEGOOLA as a luxury accessory - branches made of python, turtle shell, black gold ... - will help you find THE pair of glasses to fit your style. Vintage and luxury models, designers' latest creations (Retro Super Futur, Lunor, Thierry Lasry, Garrett Leigh, Emmanuelle Khan, Linda Farrow) come together to meet the creators, artists, fashionistas or globetrotters meeting in this unique space. Men and women will both will leave happy at the staff's friendliness, wearing their newly acquired fashion accessory. An affordable range from 100 euros to 600 euros.
Chemin vert / Breguet Sabin / Bastille / Saint Paul
Tuesday to Sunday: 11AM to 7PM
Lovers of cashmere, silk and pashmina woven authentically by the best craftsmen of northern India, go without delay to this shop, just steps from the Place des Vosges. You will discover a wide selection of fabulous hand-embroidered shawls, exceptional cashmere stoles (50 to 135 euros), beautiful silk scarves (starting at 85 euros), with both traditional as well as creative and contemporary motifs. Beautiful pieces of exception, accessories indispensable for stylish wardrobes, both male and female, to wear in any season.
3, rue des Filles du Calvaire 75003 Paris
01 44 61 10 00
Filles du Calvaire
Sunday to Friday: 10:30AM to 7.30PM
Issuing from a long family tradition specializing in knitwear, the brand La Squadra inaugurates its new shop in the Marais with a complete collection of chic ready- to- wear men’s clothes inspired by yachting and sportswear, made of sumptous fabrics in classical cuts. Original pieces range from polo, pointed- collar and turtleneck tops to chino and straight- leg trousers. Here you will find the must- have item to complete any male wardrobe.
Original Barber Shop
Original Barber Shop
56 rue du temple,
Tel: 01 77 16 77 80
ou 07 60 48 18 99
Métro : Hôtel de ville
Du lundi au jeudi
de 10h à 20h.
Vendredi et samedi
de 10h à 21h
Very few places offer to you the originality and the professionalism of l' Original Barbershop. Traditional, modern or eccentric, Samy will not lack creativity and precision to create for you the cut or the hairstyle of your desires. Throughout your visit, this “studio” environment gives you a true feeling of being taken in hand, from beards to hair! Indeed, Samy also proposes to take care of your beard and moustache. Not only men are spoiled here. Women also can come here to have a cut or a coloring. The place is pleasant/lovely, with exposed brick walls, large mirrors and square armchairs. The ideal place for a new face.
If you’re after that unique look, Les Opticiens du Marais (The Marais Opticians) is the place to go. All the frames are distinctive and the lenses are cutting-edge technology. No dull hakneyed brands or ostentatious frames with showy logos to choose from. You won’t find mass market productions here. Creativity is the byword. VIPs from the neighborhood and even the international jet set come to find just the right French touch. Some of the frames are even funky enough for Lady Gaga. Les Opticiens du Marais stand behind their products and will exchange and adapt your lenses and frames if need be. High-quality service, innovation and creativity will certainly give you satisfaction...
Murmure by Spirit
32, rue notre Dame des Victoires
01 42 36 10 71
Monday to friday
Murielle Simon gives you access to the savoir faire of a traditional milliner's shop realizing original headpieces and hats for men or women. Limited edition or to order, made of materials of very high quality such as felt, straw, and leather. From bowlers to berets, all forms and materials are achievable dreams. Your hat can even be customized by adding feathers from her fabulous collection, which is carefully preserved in boxes and meticulously numbered rows. Ostrich, pheasant, and rooster feathers will cheer up your hat and make you the focus of all eyes. Of course, the source of all these feathers is strictly regulated. La Maison Murmure By Spirit is ranked French National Heritage for its expertise.
Französische Designermode ist jetzt auch für kleinere Portemonnaies erschwinglich.
Pierre Talamon ist einer der talentiertesten jungen Designer und seine gesamten Kollektionen werden in Frankreich hergestellt; teilweise sogar direkt im Marais. Ein Alpaga-Mohair-Mantel für 690 €, ein Kaschmir-Pullover mit Seiden Applikationen für 190 €, ein Sweatshirt für 65 €, ein flaschengrüner Regenmantel für 490 €, ein Prince-of-Wales Anzug für 790 €, eine Designerjeans für 110 € …
Neben seiner Prêt-à-porter-Kollektion bietet Pierre Talamon auch maßgeschneiderte Ware an, welche nach bestens ausgebildeten Schneidern, besten Materialien und längeren Fabrikationszeiten verlangt. Das Maßnehmen benötigt etwa 30 Minuten. Anschließend können Sie zwischen feinsten englischen, französischen oder italienischen Stoffen wählen oder sich für den „Stoff des Monats“ entscheiden. Die Lieferzeit beträgt etwa zwei bis drei Wochen. Ihre Maße werden gespeichert und nächstes Mal müssen Sie sich bloß noch einen Stoff aussuchen. Ein Maßanzug kostet etwa 1.100 €.
Pierre Talamon First Fashion Show filmed by parismarais Tv production
at “l’Hotel” where Oscar Wilde used to stay.
VIP opening at BHV Homme
La journée de l'Homme dans le Marais !
While the world was celebrating WOMEN (La Journée de la Femme: The Day of the Woman), the Bazar de l'Hotel de Ville (BHV) and Le Marais were celebrating MEN. Even Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoë stopped what he was doing Wednesday to inaugurate the new BHV Homme department store (behind the main store on rue de la Verrerie) during what was a raucous evening popping champagne corks and watching underwear-clad buff bodies gyrate to popular music.
A Nous Paris and BHV Hommes co-published "Urban Repérages," an advertorial magazine designed to get you in the mood by printing the naked back side of a pretty hot guy juxtaposed next to the front side of his clothed self (evidently by the BHV, of course). Turn the page and you get a glimpse of his naked front side, but unfortunately, leaving too much to our imagination.
Of course, it's Le Marais and right in the heart of "Boys Town," so no wonder it will be such a huge success. Au Printemps management must be tearing their hair out contemplating how to counteract such accomplishment, since the BHV is one of the Galeries Lafayette group of retail stores (which includes Monoprix, too). Take note -- the heavy male presence beats the "sous sol" of the main store, known for being a "meet market" and if your "gay-dar" is in tune, you'll be able to spot who among them might be the best candidate for your next love affair. For more information, visit http://www.bhvhomme.fr
Monday and Saturday
2 pm to 7 pm
Tuesday to Friday
10 am to 7 pm
What’s more original than bringing back with you an unique piece of clothing with your own Paris Feelings? Expressyourtee creates for you unique T-shirts where you can dare telling what you think, who you love and what you want. Choose the style, the colors, the size, the words, choose a picture or a logo and it’s yours, original, funny and ready in less than 48 hours for less than any designer T-shirt… So Express yourself and show how much you love Paris ! you can even order online!
men’s shopping in the marais
Men’s shopping in the marais
by Richard Nahem
The Marais, arguably, the most trendsetting and fashion forward district of Paris, has a fantastic collection of high fashion men's clothing and shoe shops. Having it all, from skateboarder T's to rock star style silver leather blazers, no shopper will be disappointed. Below are some of our top picks of men's fashion boutiques in the Marais.
Most shops open 11AM to 7PM, Monday-Saturday, and some are open Sundays.
Many of the shops include women's clothing
L'Eclaireur- 12 rue Mahler, 75004- Tel. 01 44 542 211
Hidden behind a window display of amusing colored felt hats and Diptyque candles is the most fashionable and exclusive men's boutique in Paris. The industrial looking shop has the best of collections by Dior, Commes de Garcon, Ann Demeulemeester, Martin Margiela, Dries Van Noten and Prada. One can also find experimental luxury designers, such as Isaac Sellam with his outrageous snakeskin motorcycle jackets, Giorgio Brato printed suede coats, along with status jeans by True Religion and Kozo. Even the most diehard fashionista will find something here to get excited about.
Loft Design - 12 rue Sevigne, 3d arr., 20 rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 4th arr. Tel 01 42 78 6295
Loft Design, which designs its own line, is a collection of luxurious casuals. Slouchy sweaters, long sleeve tees, and sweatshirts come in subtle dusty colors made of soft cashmere, wool, and cotton. The clothes are easy to wear, and are well priced for the quality of the design and fabric.
Muji - 47 rue des Francs Bourgeois, 4th arr. - 01 49 96 4141 Open Sundays
One of our favorite stores in Paris, Muji, is bliss for anyone looking for inexpensive, well-made basics of shirts, sweaters, pants, coats, underwear, and jackets. The best buy is the Prada knockoff button down shirt for only 29 Euros in white, brown, green, blue and black, Look for the fun, crumpled T-shirts that come in a small square package the size of a paper- weight. Make sure to visit their home shop next door, which has house wares, kitchenware, and stationary.
Nodus -2 rue Vieille du Temple, 4th arr.
If you like your button-down shirts a little on the wild side, Nodus has a fabulous collection of bright colored vertical striped and flower power printed shirts. Nodus offers a good selection of solid shirts along with subtle patterned silk ties for more conservative tastes.
Boy'z Bazaar - 5 rue de la Bretonnerie, 4th arr. Tel. 01 42 71 9400 Open Sundays
Boy'z Bazaar is the premiere men's clothing shop in the gay district catering to a gay clientele. Its two shops next door to each other, one a collections shop and the other a basics shop, are well stocked with an extensive selection of designers including Sonia Rykiel, D&G, G Star, Replay, Paul Smith, Diesel, and Jean Paul Gaultier. One can buy a complete wardrobe with everything from 2 Xist underwear to a Paul Smith blazer, all under one roof.
L’Habilleur - 44 rue de Poitou, 3d arr. Tel. 01 48 87 7712
From the outside L'Habilleur looks like a typical, charming Marais boutique, but once inside, look closely and all the clothes are marked down 40-50% . Goodies this season include bright purple, red, and orange corduroy jeans by Paul and Joe, cashmere and soft Italian wool sweaters by Roberto Collina, and vivid striped shirts and hooded solid sweatshirts by Two Flowers.
Jacenko - 18 rue de Poitou, 3d arr. Tel. 01 42 71 8038
Jacenko has a great mix of serious designer dress clothes and casual, fun sportswear. The black and white geometric herringbone Givenchy coat in the window is the coat of the season. They have exclusive distribution in Paris of Holland Esquire, a London label with beautiful English tailored suits and jackets. I was tempted to buy its gorgeous dark brown wool suit with tiny flecks of copper and a black cashmere topcoat with small red cross stitches on the pockets. Their casuals include the Bellrose label, which had a cozy chocolate colored, fake fur lined sweatshirt waiting to keep you warm this winter.
La Piscine -13 rue Francs-Bourgeois, 4th arr. Tel. 01 48 87 59 24
Tucked away in a courtyard lies the one of the best designer discount outlets in the city. La Piscine carries top French and Italian designer clothing, shoes, and accessories. The wide selection of labels including Prada, Martin Margiela, Missoni, Costume National, Plein Sud, and Dirk Bikkemberrgs are 30 to 50% off. The women's department is upstairs and men's is downstairs. La Piscine also has outlets in St. Germain des Pres and Montmartre.
Rosewood Chausseur - 42 rue de Rosiers, 4th arr. -Tel. 01 42 72 72 32
In between the bustling falafel shops on rue de Rosiers, is Rosewood Chausseur, a men's shoe shop with the finest leather and suede shoes imported from Italy. Fashionable men have a choice of chic pointed oxfords in rich tones of brown, tan, blue, and black, and more casual styles like desert boots and driving moccasins in supple suede. Rosewood offers their own private label and shoes and boots by the upscale Italian designer Santoni. Prices range from 395 euros to 650 euros.
Adolfo Dominguez - 1-3 rue Elzevir, 3d arr., Tel. 01 44 58 96 10
Adolfo Dominguez a popular designer in Spain, imports his Spanish flair to Paris with his flagship store in the Marais. The stunning loft space with wooden plank floors and dramatic skylights has a full wardrobe of casual chic clothes including shirts, sweaters, coats, jackets, pants, suits and casual wear. Beautifully detailed and well crafted, the clothes are surprisingly affordable. The faux shearling coats are made of polyester but you will swear they are the real thing when you feel them.
COS - 4 rue de Rosiers, 4th arr. Tel. 01 44 54 37 70
COS, is a recent offshoot of the kings of cheap chic H&M. Elevating the design and quality, COS makes clothes in mostly natural fabrics of cotton, wool, and linen unlike the synthetics H&M uses, making them less disposable. The mostly casual selection of men's clothes and accessories are smartly styled with fun detailing in unusual colors. The two-story shop also has women's and children's clothing.