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post #16 of 25
This thread came up at the perfect time. I just found out I will have the weekend after next in Paris. Thanks for the great ideas about where to go.

My only problem now is that you've all completely filled up my weekend. When am I going to get to Musée d'Orsay to visit the Lautrecs?
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by ksm
This thread came up at the perfect time. I just found out I will have the weekend after next in Paris. Thanks for the great ideas about where to go.

My only problem now is that you've all completely filled up my weekend. When am I going to get to Musée d'Orsay to visit the Lautrecs?

Go first thing in the morning (9:30 it opens) or buy tickets a day ahead. When I went on Friday at 10:30 it was an absolute sh*t show. There was a huge line already outside. The new exhibit is extremely popular.
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by pscolari
I have a map at home which has stores (as well as restaurants/hotels) listed. I will check it out tonight and see what else would be good to hit. I breezed through there on a few days and still managed to hit everything I wanted to.

Please do check it and let me/us know. If it is electronic (or even easily scannable) you might even want to post it. I am planning to build a major map in advance of this trip and am happy to share it with the group when done - particularly if someone can point me to a hosted web-solution that creates maps. Worse comes to worse I'll try to get my hands on mapping software that can create a PDF.

What do they use on Superfuture??
post #19 of 25
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post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by Fez

Where do you shop in Paris?

In the stores that aren't on fire.
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post #22 of 25
There is a little shop just down the street from Cifonelli called Kiton. Pop in.
post #23 of 25
I had some time yesterday and decided to stop by the C & J store. Definitely just a place to look at the shoes. The handgrades, they were charging 520 euros for. Goodness, does anyone know if C & J will have a sale anytime soon?
post #24 of 25
I was in Paris last Spring and stumbled upon Eden Park. I'm curious what the members of this forum think of their products. I purchased a couple of blazers and have been very pleased.
post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by Duveen
Please make any other additions! I will be visiting Paris in a few weeks and want to take advantage of Fez's topic to get suggestions.

So far, I am planning to visit:
Arnys
Corthay
Altan
Berluti
C&J Paris
Albaladejo/Carmina
Aubercy
Weston
Duret (for belts)
Collette (for the mockery)
Old England
Charvet
Arthur & Fox
Cifonelli
Cordonnerie Anglaise
Goyard

Added by popular demand:
Marc Guyot/Cape Cod
Lobb
Heschung

Anywhere else on the must-see list? Don't worry about adding too much - I've got a week

Also - I will try to take a camera so that I can do a nice photo-essay for the many Francophiles in the audience here.

Don't forget the Musee d'Orsay, get some 19th century inspiration. You'll be in the city where you could actually obtain some of it!
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