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Tabio

A trip to this pea-size hosiery store--the Japanese brand's first French branch--is the most delightful route to a refreshed sock drawer. Pick from a Pantone array of cotton and cashmere options and--my favorite part--have pairs embroidered with a monogram. 15 rue Vieille du Temple (4th arr.), 33-1-4278-2038, tabio.fr

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Upla

I love an English-style schoolgirl satchel and—strangely—no one does them better than this heritage French handbag company. Shapes and colors range widely at the flagship—from plaid and messenger to flannel and cross-body—but they’re all consistently affordable.

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Soeur

Though aimed at chic youngsters (my teenage daughters go nuts for the floral tie-strap tops and distressed denim cutoffs) the nouveau bohemian wear 
here has been known to make mothers—myself included—go nuts too.

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Roses Costes Dani Roses

Cult rocker–turned-florist Dani recently opened this, her third flower shop, within the famed Hôtel Costes. She spends most of her time at this moodily lit location, creating brilliant rose-centric arrangements that transform any occasion into a special one. 239 rue St.-Honoré (1st arr.), 33-1-4244-5009

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Roger Vivier

Inspired by Vivier's mantra—"all that is beautiful can go together"—I outfitted the store with Picasso paintings, blush pink walls and velvety flea market sofas. Customers who come for the pilgrim buckle flats and glossy leather handbags have asked if the decor hails from Vivier's own former living room—and to me, there is no higher compliment. 29 rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré (8th arr.), 33-1-5343-0085, rogervivier.com

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Ragtime

As famous for its owner (the great Parisian vintage dealer Françoise Auguet) as it is for its stellar designer clothing from decades past, this packed shop features '30s silk chiffon gowns and Dior dresses that aren't cheap but come in near-pristine condition.

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Pierre Barboza

Founded in 1934, this antique jewelry dealer is one of the oldest vendors on the elegant rue Saint-Honoré and a favorite amongst the city's most elegant matriarchs, who come for 1830s heirlooms and impeccably restored pieces that glitter with newly added stones. 356 rue St.-Honoré (1st arr.), 33-1-4260-6708

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Palais Royal Serge Lutens

Perfumer Lutens designed his own house of beauty, outfitting the 15th-century Palais Royal space with glowing purple marble floors, a grand central spiral staircase and intricate celestial stenciling. Go for his playful fragrances (I enjoy the spicy Ambre Sultan) or simply to take in all the opulence. Jardins du Palais Royal, 142 Galerie de Valois (1st arr.), 33-1-4927-0909

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Monoprix

Wanting to impress a visiting posh American fashion editor, I whipped up a shopping itinerary composed entirely of the city's fanciest stores. Imagine my delight when, instead, she insisted we head straight to this super-affordable, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink-style chain for fistfuls of faux-diamond bangles and menswear that looks better on us. 21 Ave. de l'Opéra (1st arr.), 33-1-4261-7808, monoprix.fr

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