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Beyond Le Bon Marché’s striking facade, visitors can find an array of delightful surprises through its many brand offerings, special window displays, and restaurants.
Beyond Le Bon Marché’s striking facade, visitors can find an array of delightful surprises through its many brand offerings, special window displays, and restaurants. Originally founded in 1838, the large department store offers the newest selection of designer goods, as well as featured pieces with artists and exclusive editions. Presenting the very best in luxury for women’s and men’s apparel, beauty, home, books and stationery, children, and more, Le Bon Marché is a destination for both shopping and culture.
• Visit the shoe selection, offering new pieces from brands like Alexander Wang and Dior.
• Check out the pop-up shops, located between permanent stores.
• Stop by the library, which is full of old and new hard-to-find books, from publishers like Assouline and Rizzoli.
Whitewaller recommends: Checking out the bakeries.
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