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Paris is famous for many decades as the capital fashion in Europe and the world. It is a synonym of style, fashion, trends, beauty, and sophistication.


The city itself has led the rise of fashion. It is the home to some of the world’s most famous and iconic designers. There are companies like Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent… and many others. A tour in Paris can amaze you with its beauty and legacy.

House of Charles Frederick Worth

In 1858, Charles Frederick Worth who was the first modern-day fashion designer opened the first couture house. He named it House of Worth, in Paris on 7 Rue de la Paix. He wanted to create handmade clothing for high-end clients and produce several designs each season.

The Triangle d’Or is the best place to visit. That is because it houses the majority of design headquarters and amazing stores. There you can find famous brands like Christian LA Croix, Dolce & Gabbana, and Valentino.

Other Venues You Can’t Miss

On the side of the triangle, there is Pala is Galleria which is an indispensable part of the city’s vogue scape. It can really be considered as a museum to display the art collections of Duke and Duchess of Galleria. It is now home to an enormous collection of French vogue and costumes.

Another historic aspect of fashion in Paris is the advent of department stores. Le Bon Marché, Printemps and Galleries Lafayette, are old fashion stores which became part of the largest and most well-known department stores in the whole world.

Although Paris brings to mind classic, and elegant fashion, there are many alternatives to those designer fashion houses like the cool and chic concept store Colette.

For those who are shopping with a low budget, Paris has plenty to offer for you like the Le Marais area, the city’s Jewish quarter which offers vintage and secondhand shopping.

These are just a glimpse of what Paris can offer for its visitors, so don’t miss go shopping in Paris.