French Trotters flagship store, Paris

September 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

Savvy multibrand boutique French Trotters has come a long way. We still remember the cutesy little boutique in the Bastille area where it all started back in 2005, packed to the guilds with cool cherry-picked men’s and women’s items by Owners Carole and Clarent Delhouze. Gradually making a solid name for themselves with their city chic offerings, French Trotters has grown into a mini retail empire that draws Paris’ hipster community to its doorsteps in droves.

Its latest expansion move is a full-fledged flagship in the Marais area, one of the city’s leading and most competitive shopping grounds. The store measures a spacious 200 sqm. [2,153 sq.ft.] spread over two floors, and is designed in a simple contemporary style. The wooden flooring [albeit alternated with mediterranean tiles and on the first floor polished concrete ], whitewashed walls and carefully selected range of wooden furniture and displays form the perfect backdrop for the store’s merchandise. This is a one-stop lifestyle emporium as it not only carries men’s and women’s fashion collections, but also a matching range of cosmetics and products for your beloved home.













http://superfuture.com/supernews/paris-french-trotters-store-opening

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