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In the department stores. You’ll find everything in Paris’s department stores! Fashion and beauty are the main attractions, but there is more to do than shopping.

For example, discover historic heritage, see an exhibition, have lunch in the sun whilst enjoying a view of Paris, have your beard trimmed … and lots more!

Shopping … //
A mecca for fashion and beauty, the five Parisian department stores rival with each other in ingeniousness to
satisfy visitors. Situated behind the Opéra Garnier, the largest two of them Printemps and Galeries Lafayette,
are renowned worldwide and both carry the big French and international brands. To showcase their collections,
Printemps has just created a ‘Luxury and Accessories’ department on three floors. Galeries Lafayette has luxury
and designer collections for all tastes and every year it stages the world’s largest fashion show. As for Le Bon
Marché, it caters to more selective, luxurious and creative tastes, in keeping with its Left Bank spirit. Prestigious
names (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, etc.) and designers are grouped together in a section named L’Appartement
de Mode. Franck et Fils, the smallest of the five, mixes chic classic and trendy design in the decor of a private
mansion house. Finally, the BHV is somewhat different: it has fashion and beauty departments, but it is especially
popular for its menswear department and the lower ground floor DIY department.

BHV
52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
FRANCK ET FILS
80 rue de Passy, Paris 16th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 14 38 00
www.francketfils.fr
GALERIES LAFAYETTE
40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 34 56
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com
LE BON MARCHÉ
24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 80 00
www.lebonmarche.com
PRINTEMPS
64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 50 00
www.printemps.com


Improving your mind //
You can visit Galeries Lafayette just like any other place of interest. This year, the department store, which is
celebrating the 100th anniversary of its cupola, merits a special visit. It is therefore offering guided tours of its
monumental heritage (the great hall, neo-Byzantine glass cupola, and terrace) every week. Art lovers can also
visit La Galerie des Galeries, a permanent space with four exhibitions each year to promote French and international
design by associating fashion, the visual arts, design and music. What’s more, for the last four years,
Galeries Lafayette has taken part in the summer cultural life of Paris with ‘Vitrines sur l’art’. Up to August 4th,
its windows on boulevard Haussmann are exhibiting extracts of exhibitions from several Parisian institutions:
Centre Pompidou, Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, Gaîté-Lyrique, Musée Galliera, Maison rouge, Bal,
Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and Palais de Tokyo. Culture is also a priority for Bon Marché. Since
its foundation by Aristide Boucicaut in 1852, the store has been acquiring works of art. Today, it has some 50
paintings and sculptures that it exhibits here and there, varying where they are positioned to create a surprise.
Throughout the year, exhibitions, installations, meetings (with writers, designers, etc.) and other cultural events
are organized around its favourite themes: fashion, design and cinema. Also of note, La Grande Épicerie de
Paris, Bon Marché’s fine food store, regularly presents artistic and … culinary exhibitions. Also opened in 1852,
the BHV has made its contribution to contemporary design, by the creation in 2010 of an area devoted to it:
L’Observatoire du BHV. Situated on the 5th floor under the rotunda, this unique place, which offers a superb
view of Paris City Hall, exhibits works (photographs, furniture, textiles, paintings, etc.) by French and foreign
designers. Finally, to deepen your culinary knowledge, BHV and Galeries Lafayette organize cooking classes on
all themes (great classics, snacks, cocktails, etc.), given by professionals of L’Atelier des chefs.
HERITAGE TOUR OF GALERIES LAFAYETTE
40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 34 56
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L’ATELIER DES CHEFS
BHV, 55 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Lafayette Maison, 35 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 49 70 97 50
www.atelierdeschefs.fr
LA GALERIE DES GALERIES
Galeries Lafayette (1st floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 81 98
www.galeriedesgaleries.com
LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE DE PARIS
38 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 81 00
www.lagrandeepicerie.fr
L’OBSERVATOIRE DU BHV
BHV (5th floor), 52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr

Furnishing and equipping the home //
Choosing a lightshade, buying a bicycle, wine tasting accessories, dog accessories, or ordering made-to-measure
blinds … you can do all of these things at the BHV! The store on rue de Rivoli is undeniably the specialist on
equipment for the home, to which it devotes the largest surface area, including the whole of its lower-ground
floor – a huge ‘tool box’ for DIY enthusiasts. For the latter, it organizes themed workshops (renovation of furniture,
painting, tiling, etc.) on Wednesdays and Saturdays. But the BHV is more than a homeware store. In
adjacent streets, it has opened several specialist stores: BHV Vélo (bicycles), BHV Moto (motorbikes), BHV La
Cave, entirely devoted to wine, and BHV La Niche, a mecca for accessories and food for dogs and cats. Another
Parisian institution for homeware: Lafayette Maison, opposite the Galeries Lafayette menswear store. Its five
floors are entirely devoted to homeware: utensils and small electrical appliances on the lower-ground floor; gifts
and interior decor objects on the ground floor; tableware and accessories on the 1st floor; furniture, textiles
and lights on the 2nd; bedding, bathroom accessories and household linen on the 3rd floor. Printemps too is
a reference for household furnishings, etc. This other landmark store on boulevard Haussmann has chosen to
cater to tastes for upmarket well-being, elegance and fashion. Printemps Maison has a luxury department on
the 2nd floor, kitchen and small electrical appliances on the 3rd floor, bedding and household linen on the 4th,
furniture and lighting on the 5th. At Le Bon Marché, a department titled La Maison d’Édition showcases art de
vivre. This designer space on the 2nd floor under the glass roof, presents chairs, armchairs, tables, objects …
by great designers.
BHV LA CAVE
13 rue des Archives, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
BHV LA NICHE
42 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
BHV MOTO
14 rue du Temple, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
BHV VÉLO
40 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
LAFAYETTE MAISON
35 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 34 56
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/category/maison
PRINTEMPS MAISON
64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 50 00
www.printemps.com/maison
LA MAISON D’ÉDITION
Le Bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 80 00
www.lebonmarche.com

Eating something different … //
Shopping is tiring and it makes you hungry … Whatever their tastes, visitors will find just the kind of meal they
would like at one or other of the restaurants in department stores. For lunch in the sun while contemplating
Paris, direction Printemps or Galeries Lafayette. On the roof of Printemps Maison, Le Déli-cieux offers self-service
large salads, savoury tarts, hot dishes and sweet delights to enjoy while sunbathing or relaxing under the shade
of canvas. La Terrasse at Galeries Lafayette has called on the Japanese chef Fumiko Kono and on the pastry chef
Pierre Hermé to devise some original dishes (salad to drink, pasta with wheatgerm, Club muffin, Miss Gla’Gla
ice-cream, etc.), served under the open sky or under the shade of a sun umbrella. A wonderful view is also to
be had inside Printemps Mode, for those eating at La Brasserie. Situated beneath the huge cupola – a listed
historic monument – it offers traditional dishes with a modern twist: 12 hour-veal and trilogy of carrots, fillet of
beef and green asparagus with truffle flavours … As for Galeries Lafayette, they have a fast-food space, Vue sur
Coupole, where you can have a sandwich or a glass of champagne. At Printemps Homme (menswear store) with
its very British decor, designed by Paul Smith, fans of foreign food (risotto, César salad, cheeseburger, etc.) will
enjoy a relaxing lunch at the World Bar. They can also opt for the specialities of Sichuan Panda, the Chinese
restaurant at Galeries Lafayette whose menu demonstrates the culinary richness of this region; or cross the road
to Lafayette Maison, to order one of the delicious savoury or sweet dishes at L’Archicafé, its Italian restaurant.
As for wine lovers, they will head to Lafayette Gourmet, where Le Barouge where fine seasonal products are
prepared (lobster, gambas, entrecote steak, etc.) and served with a selection of wines from its sommeliers.
Italian cooking is given pride of place at Bon Marché; in L’Appartement de Mode, with transparent decor, the
Primo Piano delights guests with homemade pate, carpaccio and a variety of desserts. Finally, fans of sushi and
other Japanese dishes will enjoy eating at the Sushi Shop at BHV or the Sushi Bar at Galeries Lafayette, which
brings a French touch to its menu with patisserie by Arnaud Larher.
L’ARCHICAFÉ
Lafayette Maison, 35 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 40 23 53 63
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/larchicafe
LA BRASSERIE
Printemps Mode (6th floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 58 84
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
LA TERRASSE DES GALERIES LAFAYETTE
Galeries Lafayette (8th floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 89 46
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/la-terrasse-des-galeries-lafayette
LE BAROUGE
Lafayette Gourmet, 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 39 21
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/le-barouge-2
LE DÉLI-CIEUX
Printemps Maison (9th floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 62 76
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
LE WORLD BAR
Printemps Homme (5th floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 78 02
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
PRIMO PIANO
Le Bon Marché (1st floor, La Grande Épicerie), 38 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 22 02 42
www.primo-piano.fr
SICHUAN PANDA
Galeries Lafayette (6th floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 39 21
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/sichunpanda
SUSHI BAR
Galeries Lafayette (6th floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 83 01
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/sushi-bar
SUSHI SHOP
BHV, 52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
VUE SUR COUPOLE
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/vuecoupole

… or stopping for a quick gourmet break //
With so many eateries in department stores, it is easy to have a quick snack or buy something to take away.
At Galeries Lafayette, the Angelina tea rooms have a varied menu (cooked main course dishes, salads, croque-
monsieur, viennoiseries, patisserie) for brunch or lunch, a tea and cake, or a savoury snack. The same goes
for the Lafayette Café and Lafayette Organic. At the former, a buffet of crudités, a rotisserie and ice-cream
satisfies foodies who can enjoy a panoramic view of Paris. The second has a cosy atmosphere and serves
delicious little dishes prepared with seasonal produce. On the ground floor of the store, there’s real Italian
coffee to enjoy after a sandwich or patisserie at Espressamente Illy, a fast food store which can also be
found at the BHV. Faithful to its image, Printemps puts the emphasis on upscale sweet and savoury dishes.
Ladurée has a tea room here in a Napoléon III salon where guests can sample the delights of its legendary
macaroons, patisserie and several cooked dishes. The Café Pouchkine, a French version of the legendary Moscow
restaurant, serves a selection of exquisite pastries and petit fours. In its 18th century decor, you can also
enjoy pirojkis. A change of atmosphere with the designer decor at Cojean. Ideal for a light snack: colourful
salads, quiches, sandwiches, and desserts. At La Cantine du Bazar, at the BHV, the chef invites customers
to have a quick snack at the ‘Côté snack’ or take their time at the ‘Côté restaurant’ to take advantage
of the view over the Paris rooftops. Whilst at the BHV Homme, the cosy and relaxing Bert’s serves
toasted sandwiches, bagels, wraps, milk-based and fruit desserts. Snacks are upscale at the Café de la
Grande Épicerie. Whether you are at the Bon Marché or Franck et Fils, salads, sandwiches, steamed dishes,
soup and cakes and pastries will delight the most demanding food lovers. At the Bon Marché, they will
love the Comptoir Picnic where you can choose the composition of your salads and sandwiches, enjoy wokcooked
dishes or dishes cooked a la plancha … Finally, again at Bon Marché but also at Printemps the
talents of two great chefs are shown in simple quick cooking. At Miyou, Guy Martin creates flavoursome
sandwiches, seasonal salads, soups and desserts. Whilst, the menu at the Café Be devised by Alain Ducasse
(salads, sandwiches, soups, desserts) with artisanal products, gives a special distinction to fast food.
ANGELINA
Galeries Lafayette (1st floore), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 82 93
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/angelina
BERT’S
BHV Homme, 36 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 74 90 00 extension 38 20
www.bhv.fr
CAFÉ BE
Printemps Maison (3rd floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 67 17
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
CAFÉ POUCHKINE
Printemps Mode (ground floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 43 31
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
COJEAN
Printemps Mode (ground floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 40 25
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
ESPRESSAMENTE ILLY
Galeries Lafayette (ground floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 82 93
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/espressamente-illy
BHV (ground floor), 52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th
www.bhv.fr
LADURÉE
Printemps Mode (1st floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 40 10
www.printemps.com/services/restaurants
LAFAYETTE ORGANIC
Corner rue de Provence and rue Charras, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 45 96 69 82
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/lafayette-organic
LA CANTINE DU BAZAR
BHV (5th floor), 52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th
www.bhv.fr
LE CAFÉ DE LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE
Le Bon Marché (2nd floor), 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 83 47
www.lebonmarche.com
Franck et Fils (2nd floor), 80 rue de Passy, Paris 16th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 14 38 80
www.francketfils.fr
LE COMPTOIR PICNIC
La Grande Épicerie de Paris, 38 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 81 00
www.lebonmarche.com
LE LAFAYETTE CAFÉ
Galeries Lafayette (6th floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
www.galerieslafayette.com
MIYOU
Le Bon Marché (2nd floor), 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 22 08 60
www.lebonmarche.com

Buying gourmet goodies, tasting wine or champagne//
Le Bon Marché and Galeries Lafayette each have a huge fine food store (3,000 m2) with a vast array of
foodstuffs from all over the world, ranging from the most simple to the most sophisticated products. At La
Grande Épicerie de Paris at Le Bon Marché, as well as being able to buy marshmallows, chocolate or foie
gras in a jar, you can also buy takeaway dishes prepared daily by 20 cake and pastry chefs, 25 cooks and
20 bakers. For its part, Lafayette Gourmet offers a huge range of savoury and sweet products and also showcases
French and international gastronomy through its tasting counters such as Dalloyau, Mariage Frères,
Petrossian, etc. For wine buffs, it organizes free tastings (after pre-enrolment) at its Bordeauxthèque, which
contains more than a thousand bottles … from Bordeaux alone, as does the BHV La Cave, which offers tasting
sessions every Wednesday of wine from different wine-growing regions. As for lovers of champagne, they
should go to the Bar à Bulles, in the designer department of Galeries Lafayette. Top-quality cooks, pastry
chefs and chocolatiers have also opened shops on boulevard Haussmann. With its restaurant, Ladurée has
three outlets at Printemps, which sell, among other things, its famous macaroons. Another icon of national
gastronomy, Lenôtre has an attractive space within the department store, where it offers its fine food collections,
cooked dishes and individual cakes. Finally, Lafayette Maison is home to the world renowned La
Maison du chocolat, where chocoholics go to feast on ganaches, chocolate eclairs and other mignardises.
BAR À BULLES
Galeries Lafayette (1st floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 79 70
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/bar-a-bulle
BHV LA CAVE
13 rue des Archives, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 9 77 40 14 00
www.bhv.fr
LADURÉE
Printemps Mode (ground floor and 1st floor) and Printemps Maison (2nd floor)
64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 40 10
www.printemps.com
LAFAYETTE GOURMET
48 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 40 23 52 67
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com
LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE DE PARIS
38 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 81 00
www.lagrandeepicerie.fr
LENÔTRE
Printemps Maison (2nd floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
www.printemps.com
LA MAISON DU CHOCOLAT
Lafayette Maison (ground floor), 35 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/la-maison-du-chocolat-au-lafayette-maison

Taking care of yourself //
For having a make-up session, your beard trimmed or your hair done … Parisian department stores have the
best professionals for men and women. At Le Bon Marché, Le Théâtre de la Beauté organizes services for the
well-being of its customers throughout the year. To relax, Shiseido offers the Qi Lounge method consisting of
shiatsu and Western light gentle touches. The making up of all or part of the face is taken care of by Dior,
Chanel, Shu Uemura (eyebrows), Armani, Bobbi Brown (look) and By Terry. You can also book a manicure
or have false nails applied at Shu Uemura, Dior Nail Bar or Color Nail Bar Opi. For an up-to-date hairstyle,
you should go to Printemps Mode, where Massato brings a modern touch to haircuts in his white designer
salon. A must-do before resuming your shopping is a little visit to the Point WC on the same floor; it is an
original concept in public toilets that includes a shop for decoration accessories, and luxurious cubicles with
impeccable hygiene, each with different decor. The 2nd floor of Galeries Lafayette has hair salons and beauty
spaces. Hairdresser Jean-Marc Maniatis has opened a lively salon for cuts that are easy to manage and for hair
extensions. Classic or trendy hairstyles, hair treatments at the Kérastase institute, the Espace Franck Provost
has thought of everything to satisfy a varied clientele. It also includes the Espace Niwel, for frizzy, curly or
straightened hair. Before having your hair done, why not take advantage of the numerous lavish treatments
in a cubicle (single or communicating for two) by Spa Décléor: body, face and feet treatments, manicure,
waxing, hammam, or you can have a 15-minute treatment and manicure if you like at the Espace Mavala. To
put the finishing touches to these feel-good moments, have a make-up session at the Espace Beauté Chanel,
which also offers treatments for the face. The BHV has chosen to pamper its male clientele drawing on
the expertise of two specialists: Les Mauvais Garçons and the Institut Isseo. Hair stylist and barber, the first
is one of the few professionals in this field in Paris. Here, you can have your hair styled, have a shave, and
have your beard or moustache trimmed, all by expert hands. With its own brand products, the second offers
a range of treatments for men: a cleansing, exfoliating and relaxing facial, body sculpting, manicure, etc.
ESPACE beauté CHANEL
Galeries Lafayette (3rd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 81 06 44
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/espace-beaute-chanel
ESPACE FRANCK PROVOST
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 31 62
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/provost
ESPACE MAVALA
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 81 47 00
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/lespace-mavala-pour-des-doigts-de-fee
ESPACE NIWEL
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 31 62
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/espace-niwel
INSTITUT ISSEO
BHV Homme, 36 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 1 48 04 59 81
www.bhv.fr
JEAN-MARC MANIATIS
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 07 09
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/jean-marc-maniatis
LE THÉÂTRE DE LA BEAUTÉ
Le Bon Marché (ground floor), 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Armani: tel +33 (0) 1 45 48 35 99
By Terry: tel +33 (0) 1 45 44 50 09
Bobby Brown: tel +33 (0) 1 45 44 84 50
Chanel: tel +33 (0) 1 45 49 12 60
Color Nail Bar OPI: tel +33 (0) 1 45 48 35 23
Dior: tel +33 (0) 1 45 44 15 48
Sisheido: tel +33 (0) 1 45 49 35 85
Shu Uemura: tel +33 (0) 1 42 22 33 49
www.lebonmarche.com
LES MAUVAIS GARÇONS
BHV Homme, 36 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 72 36 22
www.bhv.fr
MASSATO
Printemps Mode (2nd floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 41 41
www.printemps.com/services/coiffeurs
POINT WC
Printemps Mode (1st floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
www.pointwc.com
SPA DÉCLÉOR
Galeries Lafayette (2nd floor), 40 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 31 62
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/spa-decleor

Shopping services //
Making life easier and pleasing their customers: department stores do everything possible to meet the demands
of their visitors, with a range of services. La Conciergerie at Le Bon Marché is designed to cater to every wish.
Spas, restaurants, massages at home … it has a large selection of addresses of establishments and upscale
professionals. The shop also offers three personalized paying services: Shopping Service, fashion advice and
decoration advice. The first makes it possible to shop in the company of a hostess, who introduces the client to
advisors in the departments visited. Fashion advice is given by professional stylists that help put together a woman’s
or man’s wardrobe. For decor advice, a specialist comes to your home, and then makes their suggestions
at a subsequent meeting. Shopping can also be personalized at Franck et Fils, Printemps or Galeries Lafayette.
The store on rue de Passy offers Shopping sur rendez-vous for those who wish to benefit from some shopping
advice before buying their wardrobe. To choose from among the multitude of brands at the store, Printemps offers
a Personal Shopper, a free service by a fashion expert, who selects clothes and accessories adapted to the style
of the client. To capture their new look for posterity, visitors at Printemps and Franck et Fils can have their photo
taken in a Studio Harcourt photo booth. A few minutes is all it takes to have a black and white photo in the purest
tradition of the legendary Parisian establishment. Personalized shopping is also offered at Galeries Lafayette with
Personal Shopping, Shopping mains libres and Shopping sur-mesure. After defining the expectations of their
client, the ‘personal shopper’ puts together the ideal look in the course of a tour of the shop, which finishes with
a light meal in a private salon. Bespoke shopping stylists greet their clients in a private apartment to define their
wardrobe and introduce them to trends in Parisian fashion. Shopping mains libres offers a hostess to accompany
clients in their choice of luxury and designer brands, followed by a light meal. Finally, visitors from outside the
European Union will not fail to make the most of the tax refund, offered by all the department stores: a reduction
of 12% applies from €175 of purchases per day on presentation of the customer’s passport and till receipt.
CABINE STUDIO HARCOURT
Printemps Mode (3rd floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
www.printemps.com
Franck et Fils, 80 rue de Passy, Paris 16th
www.francketfils.fr
DÉTAXE
BHV: customer service, 7th floor
Franck et Fils: at reception, tel +33 (0) 1 44 14 38 74
Galeries Lafayette: lower ground of the main store
Le Bon Marché: 3rd floor, tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 57 65
Printemps Mode (lower ground, ground floor and 1st), Printemps Maison (ground floor) and Printemps Homme
(lower ground)
LA CONCIERGERIE
Le Bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 81 82
www.lebonmarche.com
LE CONSEIL EN DÉCORATION
Le Bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 50 65
www.lebonmarche.com
LE CONSEIL EN MODE
Le Bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 50 65
www.lebonmarche.com
PERSONAL SHOPPER
Printemps Mode (4th floor), 64 boulevard Haussmann, Paris 9th
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 66 11
www.printemps.com/services/personal_shopper
PERSONAL SHOPPING
Galeries Lafayette
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 83 88
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/personal-shopper-2
SHOPPING MAINS LIBRES
Galeries Lafayette
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 83 88
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/accueil-privilegie-2
SHOPPING SERVICE
Le Bon Marché, 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th
Tel +33 (0) 1 44 39 81 82
www.lebonmarche.com
SHOPPING SUR-MESURE
Galeries Lafayette
Tel +33 (0) 1 42 82 83 88
http://haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/fr/la-suite-galeries-lafayette
SHOPPING SUR RENDEZ-VOUS
Franck et Fils, 80 rue de Passy, Paris 16th
Tel +33 (0)

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