Musee des Arts Decoratifs

Musée des Arts Décoratifs is a museum of the decorative arts and design, located in the Palais du Louvre’s western wing, known as the Pavillon de Marsan. It is one of three museum locations of Les Arts Décoratifs. Each year, the museum hosts an array of exhibitions on fashion, advertising and graphic arts , the material of which come from its collections from the formerly separate but now defunct Musée de la Publicité and Musée de la mode et du textile.

Caption :

1-L’art nouveau :
©MAD, Paris/ photo : Luc Boegly

2-La galerie des retables :
©MAD, Paris/ photo : Luc Boegly

3- Acanthes et rinceaux
©MAD, Paris/ photo : Luc Boegly

4- L’intarsia
©MAD, Paris/ photo : Luc Boegly

5-Le BeaU ideal
©MAD, Paris/ photo : Jean Tholance

Cite de la Mode et du Design

One of the most recognizable, modern marvels of Paris is the ultra-contemporary, bright green structure on its exterior of the Cite de la mode et du design. Today, it houses spaces dedicated to cutting-edge fashion and design, including an interesting pathway of wooden walkways connecting the various levels. Discover Art Ludique – Le Musée, two restaurants and a nightclub, while taking in the incredible views from the panoramic terrace.

Fondation Pierre Berge Yves Saint Laurent

In 1974, the Yves Saint Laurent haute couture house, which had been located prior at 30 bis rue Spontini, moved to a Hôtel Particulier at 5 avenue Marceau, in a beautiful building dating back to the Second Empire (1850s) and which today now houses the foundation in the renown designer’s name.

Caption : © Sophie Carre

Galerie des Gobelins

The Gobelins Manufactory is a historic tapestry factory in Paris, France, once home to couriers of the French ruling class. It is located at 42 avenue des Gobelins, near Les Gobelins métro station in the 13th arrondissement of Parish and is best known as a former royal factory supplying the court of the French monarchs since Louis XIV. Today, it’s run by the Administration générale du Mobilier national et des Manufactures nationales de tapis et tapisseries of the French Ministry of Culture.

Maison et Objet

Maison et Objet is a major French trade fair for interior design. Held bi-annually, it it is one of the most important European events for interior design, featuring both emerging and established names in the field.




Paris Design Week

Paris Design Week takes places each September to overlap with the Maison et Object Paris Show, serving as a point uniting the French and international design community.

Musee Galliera

The Palais Galliera, also formally known as the Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris, City of Paris Fashion Museum, is a museum of fashion and fashion history located on Pierre 1er de Serbie, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Its collection includes numerous breathtaking objects from the Second Empire and couture houses active since the 19th century.



L’Éclaireur is a multi-point concept store created in 1980 by Martine and Armand Hadida. Since 2009, the store has positioned itself as a brand, rather than simply a retail outlet it truly must be experienced to understand. The shop was recently awarded the best concept store by WeAr magazine.


Merci is located in 1500 square meters of an old wallpaper factory and is one of the most eclectic general stores of Paris. Located in the heart of the trendy neighbourhood of Marais, Merci features a variety of luxury goods from interior design to clothing, jewelry, shoes and accessories.