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Based or created in Geneva, Paris and Zermatt, these brands and places all have a little something exceptional.

Geneva

CHARIVARI

Charivari is a luxurious bazaar with finds from all over the world that we fall for instantly! Shoes, hats, jewelry, bags and even a few clothes are all on offer in this hotspot for things trendy and sophisticated.

Rue d'Italie, 8 – Genève

Charivari, magasin Paris


 

LAYDA B

“The Layda b. Walking with ease and grace at all times.” This fine footwear symbolizing simplicity and elegance, is designed to empower women to follow their natural beauty and authenticity. Layda b has recently begun offering delivery of these sublime shoes directly to La Réserve Genève, which shares the same values of class, individuality and discretion.

www.laydab.com

Chaussures Layda B, Genève


 

OONA LINGES

Because she wanted beautiful home textiles in linen and cotton in colors inspired by nature, Géraldine Sabran created her own Swiss brand, Oona. She offers a collection that gives a beautiful new meaning to the saying “as you make your bed, so you must lie on it”.

www.oona-home.com
Showroom open by appointment at:
Route de Gland, 2 – Begnins


 

SISTERS STORIES

One uses the best possible pen to write sweet nothings and if one chooses to do it on stylish, personalized cards, so much the better! Two Geneva sisters, the creators of Sisters Stories, produce magnificent paper which leaves recipients speechless.

www.sistersstories.com



XIPPAS GALLERY

Founded in 1990 by Renos Xippas in Paris, the gallery is now present in several countries across Europe and Latin America. It has two locations in Geneva, renowned as remarkable places for discovering and promoting up-and-coming as well as experienced artists.

www.xippas.com
Rue des Sablons, 6 – Genève
Rue des Bains, 61 – Genève

Xippas gallery



BOLIA

After Zurich and Lausanne which are its other Swiss locations, the Danish-born Bolia brand has set up in Geneva. The flagship product of the House is an adaptable settee, but it also offers all kinds of furniture and decorative objects. Noble materials and minimalist designs exude a distinctly Scandinavian aura.

www.bolia.com
Rue Pictet-de-Rochemont, 7 – Genève

Bolia



NUPIÉ

Sandals that can be personalized with interchangeable ribbons are based on an idea dreamed up by Lorine Driot. This Geneva-based designer sources her gorgeous multicolored fabrics from around the world. The result is irresistible and Nupié (a play on the French term for barefoot) has become a must-have for the hundred or so days of summer.

www.nupie.fr

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ROSSANO FERRETTI

Rossano Ferretti cares for the hair of countless celebrities and is nicknamed the magician of hairstyling. His bespoke “invisible cut”, ideally adapted to each individual personality and face, takes account of every detail. Known as “The Method”, his technique is world-renowned for its miraculous way with scissors!

www.rossanoferretti.com
La Réserve Genève – Hotel, Spa and Villas
Route de Lausanne, 301 – Bellevue

Rossano Ferretti



LES FILLES INDIGNES

Now here’s a gourmet concept store that’s worth knowing! The lady of the manor, Marie Duverney offers a selection of great merchandise in a trendy, cozy setting where one can also take a seat in a comfortable armchair and enjoy a cup of tea or nibble a little something sweet or savory.

Rue de l'Arquebuse – 1204 – Genève

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MEMO FRAGRANCES

This is the story of a Geneva couple who launched their own perfume brand. Memo has been a success ever since it was created in 2007 and its products are now distributed worldwide.



Globus, Rue du Rhône, 48 – 1204 – Genève

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SAB'S

When hunting for the perfect clothes, one can’t do better than this boutique. “Luxury, taste and humor” is the motto of this store, which is just bursting with magnificent, ultra-feminine garments.



Rue du Nant, 7 – 1204 – Genève

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M.A.D GALLERY

Fundamentally, MB&F is a watchmaking brand but it has the particularity of also offering sculptural creations and mechanical works of art with “futuristic design”, as explained by Hervé Estienne, head of the Geneva gallery.



Rue Verdaine, 11 – 1204 – Genève

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FIGUE BAZAR

If you’re experiencing a lack of inspiration when it comes to finding the perfect toy, or desperately seeking a superman outfit or a cute decor for your child’s bedroom, we have the happy ending for you. Chez Figue, it’s not just the name that is appealing!



Rue du Nant, 7 – 1204 – Genève

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LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES

A concept store in an old 350 m2 coachworks that offers predominantly contemporary and vintage décor items for a laid-back shopping experience in a chilled atmosphere



24, rue Prévost-Martin – 1205 – Genève

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BONGÉNIE

Bongénie has been a hub of fashion for over a century and offers a huge range of international brands along with a wide selection of designer corners.



34, rue du Marché – 1204 – Genève

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SUMMER RAIN

A highly exclusive multi-brand outlet for kids. This attractive large boutique offers clothing, toys,books, jewelry and a vast range of accessories sourced from the trendiest corners of the planet!




14, Cours de Rive – 1204 – Genève

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LE RAMEAU D'OR

You might run into famous Swiss writer Joël Dicker along with fans of literature or curious onlookers attracted by the pull of a bookshop that stirs an instant urge to browse.



17, boulevard Georges Favon – 1204 – Genève

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CARAN D'ACHE

A rainbow of the color pencils on which this Geneva company’s reputation has been built fill this legendary shop perched at the top of the Old Town. Clients all have at least one thing in common: a love of drawing and fine writing.



8, Place du Bourg-de-Four – 1204 – Genève

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AU GRUYÈRE

Calling all cheese lovers. Owned by master cheesemakers from Fribourg, this dairy is truly the cream of the cream and offers incredibly delicious produce. And as for its fondue!!!




3, avenue du Mail – 1205 – Genève

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DEER HOME

We all dream of dream surroundings… and Deer Home is the answer! After working in Paris and London, two interior designers have set up a furniture and interior decoration shop in Geneva in the Eaux-Vives district. Their boutique is filled with great finds and their style is consistently interesting and appealing.




45 bis, rue du 31 décembre – 1207 – Genève

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PARIS

ATELIER RENARD

On the Place du Palais Bourbon, a blue carriage door opens onto the flowered courtyard of the Atelier Renard. Since the 1930s, the most beautiful leathers in the world have been crafted by expert saddlers, who perpetuate traditional techniques. Inspired by the passion cultivated by Brigitte Montaut, visitors can join in inventing the bag of their lives!

www.atelierrenard.com
3 place du Palais Bourbon – Paris 7e

Atelier Reanrd, maroquinier de luxe, Paris


 

DÉMODÉ 

Merci – (Thank You) is the name of the first Parisian charity store launched by Marie-France Cohen and that’s what we should be saying to her after all the innovative concepts she has created. She is also the brains behind the Bonpoint children’s brand with 80 boutiques across the world. Marie-France Cohen is an inveterate trend hunter. Her latest initiative is the opening of “Démodé” (Out of Vogue) which sells a selection of cutting-edge beauty, household and fashion objects.

www.demode.fr
70 rue de Grenelle – Paris 7e

Démodé, concept store, paris


 

AMÉLIE

Amélie du Chalard has inaugurated a new gallery concept, exhibiting artworks that are all for sale in two apartments in Paris and London. Local and foreign artists reveal their work in a chic and unexpected environment.

www.amelie-paris.com
8 rue Clauzel – Paris 9e

Amélie, galerie d'art, Paris, Londres


 

MIRA MIKATI

A fresh, relaxed and highly colorful style by Lebanese fashionista Mira Mikati with her breathtaking talent and fondness for designing models and telling stories. Her brand is fun, pop-inspired, often playful and furiously distinctive.

www.miramikati.com
Available from Au Bon Marché
24 rue de Sèvres– Paris 7e

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LE MUSÉE RODIN

Set up in a magnificent 18th century urban mansion, the Rodin Museum presents an impressive collection by the artist, as well as by members of his entourage such as Camille Claudel. The Museum is also distinguished by its 7.5-acre garden and its temporary exhibition room.

www.musee-rodin.fr
79 Rue de Varenne – Paris 7e

Musée Rodin



LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE DE PARIS
RIVE DROITE

Previously, grocery shopping in the ultra-high-end supermarket known as “La Grande Épicerie” meant going to the left bank. But that was before a 2,600 sq.m. emporium located at the heart of the 16th arrondissement was opened.

www.lagrandeepicerie.com
80 Rue de Passy – Paris 16

La grande épicerie de Paris



HEIMSTONE

In launching her own brand, French fashion designer Alix Petit has successfully combined rock-chic and romantic styles. This globetrotter draws inspiration from her many travels in creating her apparel and the boutique is a real little gem in itself!

www.heimstone.com
23 Rue du Cherche-Midi – Paris 6

Heimstone



LIBRAIRIE 7 L

Almost 20 years ago, Karl Lagerfeld founded a bookshop in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. Specializing in books dedicated to photography, design, interior design, landscapes and fashion, the place is every inch as chic as the man who created it.

www.librairie7l.com
7 Rue de Lille – Paris 7e

Librairie 7 L



COLETTE

The original concept store. Opened in 1997, this luxury 700 m2 boutique has become a worldwide legend.

213, rue Saint Honoré – 75001 – Paris

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ALICE BALAS

Alice Balas creates tailormade clothes from top-quality leather and numbers every item. Kate Moss wears jacket number 85, Lou Doillon the 101, Caroline de Maigret the 158... For all those seeking something to wear that is unique, iconic, timeless and exceptional.

6 rue Charles-François Dupuis – 75003 – Paris

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ASTIER DE VILLATTE

A designer of white ceramic, furniture, clothing, candles and other objects imbued with old-fashioned charm, Astier de Villatte offers the stuff of dreams along with beautiful or original objects. The brand has built its reputation on its creations manufactured in its own workshop in Paris.

173, rue Saint Honoré – 75003 – Paris

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GUÊPES & PAPILLONS

This hair care brand with a quirky name meaning “Wasps and Butterflies” offers accessories such as combs, brushes and extremely high-quality, sophisticated clips. All products are handmade and can be engraved with anything in the alphabet.

12, avenue Victor Hugo – 75016 – Paris

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THE PRETTY BOX

The not-to-be-missed address if you’re looking for something original! Rare and incredible vintage clothes and accessories in a location frequently visited by stylists from the world’s greatest magazines for objects to use in forthcoming
photo shoots.

46, rue de Saintonge – 75003 – Paris

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COLETTE

The original concept store. Opened in 1997, this luxury 700 m2 boutique has become a worldwide legend.

213, rue Saint Honoré – 75001 – Paris

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GOOD ORGANIC ONLY

To enjoy an energy boost or simply rehydrate, don’t miss a stop at the Good Organic Only juice bar. Former Miss France, Mareva Galanter and micro-nutritionist Valérie Espinasse have opened a new well-being spot right in the French capital.

17, rue des Archives – 75004 – Paris

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MERCI

1500 m2 of spectacular space devoted to fashion and home decor. An eclectic range combining everyday and precious objects for wearing, exhibiting or using, all endowed with a subtle touch of originality.

111, boulevard Beaumarchais – 75003 – Paris

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BONTON

The success enjoyed by this kid’s brand stems from its fun, enjoyable atmosphere combined with classical and seasonal models, all made with brightly colored fabrics and exhibited in tastefully decorated surroundings.

5, boulevard des Filles du Calvaire  – 75003 – Paris
82, rue de Grenelle – 75007 – Paris

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LA HUNE

This bookshop-gallery in the Saint-Germain-des-Près district is devoted to photography. It also offers rare items as well as autographed limited edition art works. .

16, rue de l’Abbaye – 75006 – Paris

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BON MARCHÉ

Opened in 1852, the Bon Marché is considered to be the world’s first ever department store. Over the years, the concept has evolved and it has become a benchmark. It offers virtually everything and La Grande Epicerie – a kind of luxury supermarket – is an essential address for gourmets.

24, rue de Sèvres – 75007 – Paris

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FLEUX

Fleux has been offering trendy items, gadgets and avant-garde furniture in its 1400 m2 boutique since 2005

39, rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie
75004 – Paris

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LES BOUTIQUES DU PALAIS ROYAL

he gardens bordered by the Montpensier and Valois galleries. The shopping is as sophisticated as it is royal.

Passage du Perron – 75001 Paris

PARIS, FRANCE, March 12, 2015 : The Palais Royal originally called the Palais-Cardinal is a palace whose entrance court faces the Louvre Palace. The larger inner courtyard contains Buren's art piece, known as Les Colonnes de Buren.

© P. J. Durieu

ZERMATT

MATTERHORN GLACIER PARADISE

The highest cable car in the world is in Zermatt. Reaching a height of 4,000 m, this state-of-the-art skilift offers an extreme nine-minute ride with an incredible floor that turns transparent during the trip, thus affording an exceptional view of the glaciers.

www.matterhornparadise.ch

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YOSEMITE

When in the mountains, think Alpine clothing! Yosemite is a boutique dedicated to equipment. Located in the middle of the resort, the shop offers a wide range of down jackets, beanies, scarves and other winter sports’ items.

www.yosemite.ch
Bahnhofstrasse 20 – Zermatt

Boutique Zermatt, articles de sport



MERINGUE

A love of mountains is the simple reason that this concept store opened its doors in Zermatt in 2016. It sells decor and design objects, children’s toys, fashion accessories, books and delicatessen products, all the result of Alpine creativity.

www.meringuezermatt.ch
Bodmenstrasse 14 – Zermatt

Meringue, concept store Zermatt



LE PONT DE RANDA

Zermatt is unquestionably the town that breaks all records, since it also has the longest footbridge in the world! Called Randa, it connects the towns of Grächen and Zermatt, is 494 m long and 65 cm wide and spans an 85 m ravine. Not for the fainthearted!

www.zermatt.ch

Pont de Randa, Randa bridge, Zermatt, Switzerland


 

SAINT-TROPEZ


MARINETTE

This well-known name in the resort village has been in operation for 40 years and there are now several boutiques bearing the same name. Each has its own specialty: fabrics, decorative objects, furniture, fragrances, household linen… Customers are spoilt for choice. With its resolutely Tropezian style, Marinette is definiteily well worth a visit.

30 Rue Georges Clémenceau – Saint-Tropez

Marinette



BLA-BLA

Everything has a gypsy touch here! There are chic or casual one-of-a-kind models from Australia to Sweden designed to make you love summer even more. This 35-year-young boutique has its loyal fans who flock from around the world to view its annual selection.

3 Traverse de la Garonne – Saint-Tropez

Bla-Bla



HAPPY LIBELLULE

A must-see location in Saint-Tropez for anyone with deserving children! Brimming with toys, gadgets, beach items, clothes and trendy decorative objects, the Happy Libellule boutique is never short on beautiful ideas to thrill kids!

www.happylibellule.com
6 Route des Plages – Saint-Tropez

Happy libellule



TAMAN ANTIK

The people at Taman Antik are passionate about interior design and it shows! In this beautiful place that also provides ideas for garden arrangements, various atmospheres are on display and bohemian meets contemporary in a delightful combination of styles. The team also offers a turnkey interior design service.

www.taman-antik.com
La Bouillabaisse – Saint-Tropez

Taman Antik



ZURICH

N°2 OFFICE

Now here’s a not-to-be-missed shopping “hot spot” in Zurich with men’s and ladies clothing, accessories, books and even furniture, all hand-picked to feature only latest “must-haves”.

Brotgasse 3 – 8001 – Zurich

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WORN OFFICIAL

Two young designers who recently graduated from their design school in Geneva have launched a range of highly original, streamlined leather bags. Both unique and numbered, these models are pretty much irresistible.

Jelmoli, Bahnhofstrasse – 8001 – Zurich

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SELFNATION

We’ve all had plenty of jeans, but maybe not the tailormade variety! Nothing could be simpler than ordering a totally unique pair from the comfort of one’s own home. Established in Zurich, this brand has found a niche designed to make us look better!

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HIERONYMUS

A very trendy stationery store recently set up in Zurich. The ultimate designer objects offered by this resolutely modern place are an inspiration for anybody with a thing for pens.



Bärengasse 10 – 8001 – Zurich

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WALTER

Walter offers unique items as well as its own range of furniture displayed in a 450 sq.m. showroom. Open since 2011 and set up in a former print works, this concept store is a benchmark in the realm of furnishing and interior design.

Geroldstrasse 15 – 8001 – Zurich

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MAKING THINGS

The three boutiques that belong to this fashion brand cater for ladies, men and kids alike. Come and browse for rare pieces and explore fashionable designer collections.

Grüngasse 20 – 8004 – Zurich
Badenerstrasse 177 – 8003 – Zurich
Geroldstrasse 23 – 8005 – Zurich

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FREITAG

The flagship Freitag shop in Zurich is as unusual as its bags. With their cult status and urban allure, the latter are made of recycled truck tarpaulin. And the company headquarters make a head-spinning sight! This incredible and entirely original construction is 26 meters high and built from containers piled one on top of the other!

Geroldstrasse 17 – 8005 – Zurich

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LE MAJORDOME

This store with its Art Nouveau decor is a go-to place for custom-made shoes. And since quality service is the name of the game here, the shape of the foot is scanned and personal details saved for next time

Josefstrasse 22 – 8005 – Zurich

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VESTIBULE

This store offers an impressively sophisticated selection. Laurence Antiglio is an outstanding and passionate “personal shopper” who loves giving advice and recommending her excellent choices in the realm of fashion!

St. Peterstrasse 20 – 8001 – Zurich

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LIMITED STOCK

Be it for gifts or as a treat for oneself, Limited Stock is bursting with good ideas and irresistible objects selected by the two creators of the concept: sculptor Hubert Spoerri and interior designer, Ulrich Zickler.

Spiegelgasse 22 – 8001 – Zurich

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