Old Made Good
Two DIY-minded girlfriends—one restores ’50s armchairs, the other turns antique coins into pendant necklaces—launched this store for homemade creations, vintage housewares, and witty cards. In 2013, they expanded to a 2,500 square foot space and did what any sensible people would do: covered every inch of the floor in gold glitter.
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Joséphine de La Baume—designer muse, singer and star of indie hit Listen Up Philip—tells us where to drink, eat and dance in the City of Light.
It’s nice to spend an afternoon walking around the Palais-Royal gardens. If you go during the weekend, there’s a string orchestra. You can’t get more Paris or romantic than that. Afterward get a coffee or fresh juice at Café Kitsuné nearby. 51 Galerie Montpensier, +33-1-40-15-62-31
To shop, I head to L’Eclaireur. There are a few of them in the city, but my favorite is in the Marais. It looks like a big industrial loft, and it sells everything from furniture to art to clothing. I buy a lot of men’s shirts there. 40 rue de Sévigné, +33-1-48-87-10-22