Colette store, Paris – France

October 14th, 2013 by retail design blog

“Styledesignartfood.” This tagline may seem like a lot for one shop to handle, but after visiting Colette’s 700 square-meter store on rue Saint-Honoré, you will realize that combining all of these products, and more, is possible. From the creative window displays to the unique merchandise, this Parisian hotspot attracts both locals and tourists. The eclectic shop spans three levels, each tier uncovering exclusive products and special themed displays.

Most notable is the chic mix of fashion that includes big name couture as well as up-and-coming prêt à porter. Music also runs the gamut, as well as a never-ending assortment of books, electronics, footwear, and beauty products. To revitalize the weary shopper, Colette’s basement level has a water bar featuring over ninety water brands. Another great option for mid-shopping decompression is the first floor gallery where artists from across the globe are featured in monthly exhibits.














http://www.shopikon.com/paris/shopping_guide/1416_colette

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