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post #91 of 102
I have always enjoyed the Musée Jacquemart-André. Its a jewel of a home as it was in the 19th C. The museum is a great place to have a Sunday brunch, too, as the restaurant is not bad, but gets crowded.
post #92 of 102
Heading to Paris next weekend... Any words on the price of Carmina in store?
post #93 of 102
Originally Posted by Britalian View Post
am going to be in the city for two days early Sept.
Would be interested to hear some museum recs. I've done the biggies before (LOuvre, Pomp., D'Orsay, Picasso) and I'm interested to hear of other, smaller, lesser-known places which are worth visit.
Any offers?

Just to name two (very different ones): Palais de Tokyo and Musée Carnavalet.
post #94 of 102
Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post
Heading to Paris next weekend... Any words on the price of Carmina in store?
Actually it'd be interesting to compare. A couple of weeks ago I went to Carmina's store in Barcelona and prices ranged from aprox. 150€ to around 600€. Most models being around 350€. For instance, Cordovan shell boots with dainite sole were 575€.
post #95 of 102
Interesting--well I am going to both, so maybe I can compare as well . 350 euro ain't too shabby though, that falls within budget.
post #96 of 102
Street food (crepes) in Paris..

post #97 of 102
Brasserie Lipp is not in the 8th...
post #98 of 102
Rolled into Carmina in Paris today. Prices starting around 400EUR for calf even after soldes
post #99 of 102
Really? I would say 300 eur plus. Pics soon.
post #100 of 102
Maybe for loafers? Only checked a few laceups and that was the average I saw
post #101 of 102
Prices have gone up quite a lot by the sound of things.
post #102 of 102
I was at the Paris Carmina a month ago and most of the shoes I looked at were around 325 Euros, IIRC.
The staff there was great. They insisted on taking my Lobbs in the back and giving them a light polish as they had gotten dusty when I walked through the Tuilleries (and this before I bought anything).
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