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Ciao Bella

The combat-boot-wearing, punk-tutu-rocking rebellious little sister to ever-popular (and more traditional) kids' chain Zef comes complete with rad fuchsia neon signage and little girl fare that's at once very Material Girl–era Madonna and age-appropriately playful. 14 rue du Pré aux Clercs (7th arr.), 33-1-4548-2454, zef.eu

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Chez Sarah

Upon arriving at Les Puces de Saint-Ouen (a must-hit, 17-acre, Saturday-to-Monday antiques and flea market), I zip straight to my friend Sarah Rozenbaum’s whimsical little stall of vintage treasures. Her collection ('30s feathered stoles, patterned A-line dresses from the '50s) never ever disappoints. 27 rue Lécuyer (18th arr.), Saint-Ouen, 33-6-0801-8089, chezsarah.fr

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Binome

On a narrow passageway in the Sixth sits this just-under-the-radar boutique owned and operated by two talented friends named Delphine. Their exclusive designs (one creates edgy jewelry, the other slouchy leather totes and boots) are the shop's main draw, and a well-tailored rack of simple Laurence Doligé and Hartford clothing rounds out the effortlessly cool mix. 5 rue de Condé (6th arr.), 33-1-4325-3795

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Ban Sabai

The best foot massage outside of Thailand is at Ban Sabai. You sit in a huge armchair and you feel like you’re in a temple, but you’re really in the Marais. I’m lucky—this place is right next door to my house. 12 rue de Lesdiguières, 33-1-4271-3710, bansabai.fr

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Caravane Chambre 19

Troll Caravane's exotic-contemporary home furnishings—overstuffed sofas topped with punchy pillows, fluffy daybeds paired with cashmere throws, bed linens in unexpected colors—and try to resist the urge to move in.

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Au Petit Bonheur La Chance

Cozy and cluttered, this vintage kitchenware spot stocks treasures like '50s checkered 
linens and colorful café au lait bowls that I scoop up by the mismatched dozen.

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Astier de Villatte

The most gorgeous tableware is at Astier de Villatte. One of its best pieces is this little ceramic saucer with a heart painted on it, which you can use to store your jewelry or whatever. I’d put them all over the house if I could, but they’re not cheap. 173 rue St.-Honoré, 33-1-4260-7413, astierdevillatte.com

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Art Up Deco

Art shopping has never been as unintimidating as it 
is at this gallery for fresh talent (keep your eyes peeled for the next Braque), where color-saturated landscapes and abstracts are stacked warehouse-style and priced as low as 60 euros. 39 Blvd. Malesherbes (8th arr.), 33-1-4336-4795, artupdeco.com

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Aigle

Its signature wellies are a Parisian rainy-day staple (I own pairs in both classic brown and black), but this enduring French line's sporty, bi-level emporium also sells utilitarian-chic all-weather apparel, including Crayola-hued trenches and khaki cargo vests that couldn't be cuter. 
139 Blvd. St.-Germain (6th arr.), 33-1-4633-2623, aigle.com

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Adelline

This tiny jewelry shop shares the minimalist aesthetic of its Saint-Germain art gallery neighbors, but here the objets d'art consist of Indian-inspired wearables: gold snake-head cuffs, smoky quartz pendant necklaces and cotton thread bracelets.

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