Where to Go Streetwear Shopping in Paris?

Paris, the city of love and fashion. There’s no better stop in Europe than Paris for the nicest kicks or the coolest tracksuit. Colette closed its doors last year and left every single one of us crying on the stairs of the Notre Dame. Luckily, as one of Europe’s number one fashion cities, Paris still has a lot of streetwear and concept stores to offer. Besides acting like Beyoncé and Jay Z in the Louvre, go stroll through the districts, Le Marais and Les Halles, for some fresh as fuck new gear. You won’t be disappointed.

No. 42

A shoe and clothing concept store based in something which feels like a conservatory, hidden in the Le Marais district. The shop has a museum vibe all over the place, and serves some of the best and latest collections from streetwear giant Adidas. The brand opened the shop in 2013, to serve Paris Y-3, Adidas SLVR, Adidas Originals and Adidas Performance. You’ll find all consortia of collections and highly admired collaborations with brands such as Opening Ceremony or Jeremy Scott too.

Address: 42 Rue de Sévigné, 75003 Paris

A Bathing Ape

The new A Bathing Ape store at Le Marais is probably one of the coolest stores Paris has to offer. BAPE is a Japanese streetwear brand founded in 1993 and known for its ape camo prints. The clean and minimalistic store contrasts with the all over the place clothing the brand offers. The store also sells Paris some exclusive collections, such as collaborations with the Paris Saint Germain soccer club.

Address: 34 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris

Shinzo

Shinzo is a little different, since it’s not just one store but six. And the seventh is on its way. Six stores in one street, all with a different main theme. There’s basketball, action sport, the lab, running, skateboarding and in the future there will also be young athletes. But for the best and most exclusive shit, you should pass by Shinzo Paris. The store is decorated with different isolated boxes, every single one of them tells a story about fashion and sports. And every month, there’s a zone where they redecorate to celebrate a product that had an impact on the streetwear evolution.

Address: 39 Rue Étienne Marcel, 75001 Paris

Supreme

The only Supreme store you won’t have to go overseas for, opened a few years ago in Paris. In the heart of district Le Marais you’ll see people lining up outside of the store to enter the world of what feels like a must-have name in streetwear. Supreme has been around for a long time as a skater brand, and has this years Skater Of The Year, Tyshawn Jones, on the team. Next to the basic box-logo shirts and hoodies, y’all know what I’m talking about, there are many more cool items and collabs from the New York-based brand. You’ll have to take your time tho, because there’s mostly a big line in front of the store. But trust me, it’s totally worth it.

Address: 20 Rue Barbette, 75003 Paris

Nous

Last but not least, we have some good news for the Colette fans who are still sobbing over the store’s closing. The staff wasn’t that pleased either, so they opened a new store in the center of Paris. Although Nous will never win from Colette, it’s a nice replacement in days of absolute sadness. From Golf Wang to Neighborhood, Nous tries to embrace all sorts of streetwear in their concept store. Besides streetwear, the store also sells art and design such as the skateboard collections from the skate room. And last but not least, they have fragrances and cosmetics to please the girls.

Address: 48-49 Rue Cambon, 75001 Paris

 

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