Do you love shopping? Do you love Paris? Then this podcast episode is for you!
I have the founder of Paris brand Deuxieme Studios, Lina Nordin Gee, in the studio to talk shop. And shopping.
One section of the episode was about the good vintage clothes shops, so I turned that bit into this blog post.
The full episode includes explanations about how to shop in Paris, where to shop, and the tourist traps to avoid. Listen to it by hitting play below or find it on your phone and subscribe for much more.
Scroll down for the vintage shops.
1. RoseMarket Vintage
“They have a good selection of French and international designer clothes. It’s a really cute place in a nice area too”.
2. Thanx God I’m a V.I.P.
“It’s a bit more of an up-market shop with a lot of big brands. You can tell someone has really picked out the best pieces in this colour-coded, beautiful shop”.
3. Kiliwatch Paris
“It’s kind of a modern classic. It’s a cool mix of vintage and new with more independent, smaller brands. It’s a really cool and inspiring shop”.
“It’s one of my favourites. It’s a little bit cheaper and I like how they’ve organized everything by style. Jackets, silk shirts, trench coats, all grouped in their own sections.”
5. Chinemachine Paris
“It’s cool place and you’ll need to have some patience for rummaging. There’s a lot of great clothes in a very small space.”
About Deuxieme Studios
Lina says her shoes are inspired by Parisian chic fused by Scandinavian simplicity. If you’re quick, you’ll find her new padlock heel boots in the entrance windows at the Printemps department store.
Lina has been in Paris almost five years and is married to the host of The Earful Tower podcast.
Speaking of the podcast, if you want the 20-page PDF for this shopping episode, complete with maps, addresses, and fun facts – become a member on Patreon today!
That’s it! If you like these tips, be sure to check out The Earful Tower’s Guide to Paris.
The Earful Tower’s Guide to Paris
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