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Claire and Arnaud, the French design friends founded their own brand “Origami Jewelry”, inspired by the beauty of Japanese creativity. The inspiration came during a night in the winter when their friend Masayuki Muraki taught them the typical Japanese folding handcraft. Because of the endless possibilities and the pleasure of creating new origami, the game took all night long. The creativity and the joy of trying out new shapes made Claire and Arnaud lose track of time. The idea of origami earrings was born. Their first collection was made of thread and paper and had its moment of beauty. Still it wasn't enough for the splendor of the Japanese shapes and called for the combination other materials like gold or silver. To produce the new collection the couple decided to go to Japan to look for manufacturers able to reproduce these fragile shapes. In January 2008, Claire and Arnaud introduced their first collection of jewelry with the model Tsuru®, the symbol of peace and joy in Japan. Then followed the rabbit, the deer, the triceratops... ORIGAMI JEWELLERY is now available also on SugarTrends.
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25 Janvier may seem small, but don't let its size fool you. Inside this long-standing store in the Marais lies a wealth of vintage items and a personal clothing line that will have you spending more time - and money - than initially planned. Formerly named Yukiko after its owner, the shop first opened in 2000 as a vintage store, featuring handpicked bags, jewelry and clothes from big fashion names such as Hèrmes, Chanel, Gucci and Dior. Several years later, the Tokyo-born designer added her own line of fur and accessories, attracting the attention of several high-profile celebrities and fashion icons. In 2012, Yukiko launched her own label, 25 Janvier: a collection of dreamy ready-to-wear items, fur wraps and accessories. Her tastefully decorated shop is a haven where women can play dress-up, mixing Yukiko's feminine, sultry and sophisticated pieces with timeless vintage finds.
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Designed with young urbanites in mind, the eyewear and sunglasses of Amaury fit perfectly in the Parisian scene: stylish specs that don't scream for attention, but get noticed anyway. This was, after all, Amaury Cagniard's aim when he launched his collection in July 2011: to design streamlined, contemporary frames using tried and tested old-school craftsmanship. Prototypes are created in the store's atelier by Cagniard, and each frame, coming in faux pastel, tortoise shell or vintage, is manufactured 100% in France. Cagniard's background as an optician makes each fitting a reassuring experience. But aside from glasses, Amaury takes us further into its universe with a beautiful collection of lifestyle products that can complement your new look. Pens, leather cases, belts, soap and planners are on display in the boutique, all carrying the Amaury signature. The shop also stocks up on brands they believe in, like design objects by Arne Jacobsen and Stelton, Panama hats, bottles of olive oil, and the most unforgettably delicious artisanal amaretti you will ever taste in the city.
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Button-down shirts, comfy chinos, navy blazers, brogues - these menswear essentials can either cost you a fortune or have you settling for something mediocre. Fortunately, Alexandre Mattiussi comes to the rescue with his label Ami, where quality is high and the price tags affordable. The designer, who worked with fashion houses Dior, Marc Jacobs and Givenchy prior to launching Ami in 2011, presents us with a collection that is neither flamboyant nor out-of-this-world - if anything, he tends toward the opposite. Simple and effortless, Mattiussi transforms the ordinary into something remarkable by paying attention to the little details. The jeans are snug enough to not be dowdy, the shirt sleeves stop just at the right length to be called chic and the jackets are flatteringly cut. The boutique, located on Boulevard Beaumarchais, is as inviting as it is straightforward, with its storefront windows devoid of mannequins and interiors warmly lit by hanging chrome lights. Whether you pick up a flannel shirt, a pair of sneakers, or Mattiussi's signature red beanie, you can be sure that the quality you're getting is more than what you're paying for, and that despite its subtle aesthetic, it will always remain in style.
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Streetwear line and creative agency Andrea Crews was born when founder Maroussia Rebecq was asked to present her recycled clothing line at the Palais de Tokyo in 2002. Since then, Andrea Crews has stood staunchly by their motto: "Fashion, Art, Activism." Bold and unpredictable, concept stores in Paris, Japan, Hong Kong and Seoul stock up on the brand's latest offerings. Visually, the Marais boutique-atelier radiates an artistic vibe, from its interior decoration to the striking colors, forms and shapes of the collections. The racks display ready-to-wear street couture, as well as the signature "upcycling" creations, which are unique and sustainable pieces cut and assembled from overstock or second-hand clothes. You'll find oversized patchwork shirts next to back-baring slinky overalls, all exuding that confident and distinctive Andrea Crews style. Always evolving, this artistic collective also dabbles in photography, set design, videos and events, leading to collaborations with Nike, Colette, Vans, Eastpak, Uniqlo and even My Little Pony. If you're not sure you can pull off the outlandish outfits, check out their silk scarves, painted by various artists each season, or have a chat with the creative individuals you'll most likely chance upon in the store.
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Located along rue de Richelieu in Paris' first arrondissement, Anna Rivka injects a dose of modernity into her line of classic jewellery. This chic accessory store produces beautiful brass pieces with dreamy vintage vibes, pieces which one dreams of stumbling across in flea markets but seldom seem to find there. Deeply inspired by Art Nouveau and the Viennese Secession movement, Rivka uses bird forms, vegetation and ornate floral compositions in her handcrafted bijoux.The boutique contains many traditional pieces such as rings and necklaces for shoppers seeking to mark a special occasion. Also mixed in are more extravagant items such as delicate circlet crowns and tiaras – Rivka's centerpiece – which bring out the princess in the wearer even if only whilst crowned. The expert staff ensure a delightful shopping experience by guiding you through this alluring and well-organized treasure chest.
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Stepping into the Marais' Argenterie De Turenne, you are sure to be awed by the amount of silver shining back at you. From dainty spoons to large platters and ornate candelabras, the shop, located on Rue de Turenne, offers a vast assortment of silverware and antique objects. In 1999, owners Marie Laure Tranchart and Olivier Brault opened the boutique after noticing a lack in the Parisian retail scene for 19th-century treasures. The spoons, forks, knives and other collectors' items are mostly French in origin, although English products, like the shop's teapot collection, are also available. Argenterie uniquely offers timeless products that encapsulate the elegance of precious metal and the glittering history behind each piece.
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It's a woman's world at Arlette, the multi-brand accessory boutique located along Rue Saint Nicolas in the 12th arrondissement. Tired of the mass-produced accessories from huge retailers in Paris, owner Sabine Cossé opened Arlette in March 2012. With her penchant for artistry and craftsmanship, Cossé carefully selects objects that please her and carry a story behind them. As a result, the shelves are filled with an array of delightful and unique creations by various brands and designers not often seen anywhere else: Delphine Conty and Trémoulière bags, jewelry by Marie Laure Chamorel and Monsieur Paris, Lovat and Green scarves, Porselli shoes, beauty creams and soaps imported from Portugal, and even stationery and notebooks. Loyal customers - mostly Parisiennes who live and work around the area - frequent the boutique for its selective taste and style, marking Arlette as a must-visit address when searching for the perfect accessory to complete any casual, sexy or smart outfit.
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Nestled along the Quai de Valmy in the 10th arrondissement is Artazart, an art and design bookstore whose brightly colored façade is difficult to miss. Originally a successful online shop dedicated to the graphic arts, founders Jérome Fournel and Carl Huguenin opened a physical store in 2000 near Canal St. Martin. It has since become a haven of inspiration for graphic artists, photographers, illustrators and creative thinkers. The space is huge and inviting, and the shelves are packed with an eclectic collection of books on every possible artistic genre, intriguing bric-a-brac, paper goods, one-of-a-kind postcards, accessories and Polaroid cameras. Not only is it a place where you can find anything from Pantone color strips to children's books, but Artazart is also extremely dependable, as it is open seven days a week - a gesture that is much appreciated by curious bookstore browsers and bibliophiles and a rarity in the French retail world.
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In 2009, the concept store Arty Dandy opened its doors in the trendy Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. Stocked with a unique and eclectic selection of hand-picked products from France and Europe, this shop is a niche where design, fashion, art and coolness collide. Being one of the first shops to stock up on Karl Who products and Waiting for the Sun eyewear, they clearly possess a natural instinct on all things fresh and forward. Its success has led owner/design consultant Axel Teinturier to the open a second boutique in the Caroussel du Louvre in the 1st arrondissement in 2012. Aside from the clothes, shoes, accessories, perfumes, and decorations from well-known designers as well as emerging artists, the shopping experience at Arty Dandy is heightened by the presence of contemporary objects, limited editions and collector items. To top it all off, it also acts as a gallery, hosting regular exhibits within its walls.
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Paris' covered shopping arcades are wonderful places to discover quaint stores selling original items that you normally wouldn't see elsewhere. As'art, located in the Passage du Grand Cerf, is one example. A treasure trove of African crafts, design and furniture, it was opened in 1998 by Jean-Paul Merlin and has been featuring environment-friendly products by African artisans ever since. It's hard not be drawn in by As'art's colorful window display of silicone vases and beaded animals. Once inside, you'll find the African continent well-represented: sandalwood figures from Mozambique, Ethopian baskets, contemporary furniture from Kenya, and South African Zulu basketry and decorative accessories are just some of the items you'll come across. They also have baskets and accessories from Colombia, as well as some light fixtures and furniture from France. Whether a collector of ethnic objects, a lover of everything African or a simple passerby, As'art's charming atmosphere and its support of sustainable development will make you want to bring a piece of Africa back home with you.
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Prosper and Martine Assouline, a husband and wife entrepreneurial team, have been publishing lavish cultural books under their publishing company Assouline since 1994. In that time, the jet-setting couple have brought to market some 1,000 titles about fashion, food, art and lifestyle. These photography-laden books have always been sold on their online shop and in a selection of high-end retail locations worldwide, but In the fall of 2005 Prosper and Martine decided to open their own boutique in Paris, the city where the company was founded. Alongside the books, Assouline also sells an assortment of antiques, collectors’ items and works of art native to France. It’s smart to visit this store often, as the welcoming red and black interior decor is constantly changing and redefining itself. Parisians, tourists and even a handful of celebrities come regularly to the shop’s crimson archway to browse the neatly arranged and museum-like shelves in the 6th arrondissement.
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