This family business goes back to 1905 ,
when the company utilized rubberized
cloth to make waterproof jackets for the troops of the Tsar.
The family opened its first store in Paris in the twenties,
calling it RAMO. After WWII, the family renamed their store
RAMOSPORT, and it remains so today. We love the trenches designed
by Fashionlines' favorite E2, utilizing E2's trademark bronze
grommets on the collars, edges and cuffs.
50, Avenue Victor Hugo
188, Boulevard Saint-Germain
Onward is a mini department store boutique
in the heart of Saint-Germain selling
designer clothes (Anne-Valerie Hash to among others), bags,
shoes, and amusing jewelry from couture stars like Martin Margiela
to rising artists such as Irina Volkonskii.
147, Boulevard Saint-Germain
Shimji, in the Marais district, is
very simply one of the most exciting boutiques we've seen
in Paris in a long time. The concept is global, the feel
is ethno-urban-global-bio. Combining men's and women's clothes
and accessories, the accent is on fluid, languid fabrics and
rich colors. Designers from all over the world are represented
here and the ambience, while consummately chic, is warm and
7, Rue du Perche
Kokon To Zai
The feel is Electro, Electro Clash, Electro Punk, Dirty House
and Techno. Featured designer Marjan Pejoski
Swan dress, but in Kokon To Zai, a truly
adorable boutique, one may find Westwood mingled in with Mi
Hijo and Raf Simons. The store also sells the clothes and accessories
from the best and the brightest students attending Central Saint
Martin's College of Art and Design.
Kokon To Zai
48, Rue Tiquetonne
One of our favorite designers, Junko Shimada,
has a fabulous boutique in the eighth arrondissement
where her beautifully sculpted and whimsical clothes and fabulous
accessories may be found.
13, Rue Florentin