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Paris Fashion Week Favorites

As if the streets of Paris didn’t reveal a perpetual fashion show all year round, twice a year the city turns into a veritable catwalk. Paris Fashion Week takes over the fashion capital, with long-legged muses parading around the Marais, galleries turning into showrooms, and museums being transformed into venues where designers present their latest ready-to-wear collections. 

As if the streets of Paris didn’t reveal a perpetual fashion show all year round, twice a year the city turns into a veritable catwalk. Paris Fashion Week takes over the fashion capital, with long-legged muses parading around the Marais, galleries turning into showrooms, and museums being transformed into venues where designers present their latest ready-to-wear collections. 

In case you’re not among the privileged attendees at the fashion shows, there are plenty of spots to mingle with the stylish set. Here are a few new and in-the-know eateries where you will certainly feel in vogue and maybe even rub elbows with fashionistas themselves.

Le Nemours

A favorite spot for people watching and in proximity of where many fashion shows take place, Le Nemours boasts one of Paris’s most scenic terraces. Stay for a café crème or an early evening apéro following a stroll at picture-perfect Palais-Royal. If you can score a seat that is.

Le Fumoir

Nearby restaurant Le Fumoir, a regular haunt to many Rive Gauche Parisians, myself included, serves dinner late into the night, as well as some of the best mojitos in Paris. During the day, the terrace provides the perfect spot to soak up the sun. 

Haut Marais Neighborhood

The fashionable Haut Marais is filled with trendy restaurants and inviting cafés. You’ll undoubtedly discover the latest fashions by walking the length of Rue de Bretagne from locals’ favorite Le Progrès to Café Charlot. Stop by either for a vrai local experience. The latest fashionable address to hit the neighborhood is Malro. A loft-like space featuring marble tables and a winter garden, this chic eatery is helmed by Italian chef Denny Imbroisi. Choose from savory pasta dishes or brick oven pizza while you dine in what feels like a nightclub. Dancing not included.

If it’s stylish libations you’re after, both Candelaria, an unassuming bar hidden behind a taco stand, and Le Mary Celeste which serves tasty sharing plates, are top spots for some of Paris’s best cocktails.

Copper Bay

Another fashion week favorite is Copper Bay in the 10th arrondissement. Although a bit further from all the action, this cocktail bar neighbors the Hotel Providence, a designer boutique hotel that many style mavens call home during Paris Fashion Week. 

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