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This was originally one of the roads that led out of the center of Paris and was used for farmers to bring produce into the Les Halles market area. Now it is a commercial street with shopping, food and drink. Through a prosperous part of...More
The Rue Saint Honore is approximately two kilometres long but is effectively split into two sections the initial one being the Rue Saint Honore and the second the Rue di Faubourg Saint Honore meaning outside of the city walls. Given that the city walls are...More
Fashionistas flock to the fabulous Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, where the biggest names in fashion house their offerings in a dizzying array of shops. Here’s where you’ll find it ALL, as well as devotees from every corner of the planet. There is not one...More
Over the years, I've walked this narrow street in the 8th arrondissement a few times, mostly to window shop. The 1.3-mile thoroughfare runs between rue Royale on the east and Place des Ternes on the west. In between stand some of the most expensive shops...More
Always been an area where the prosperous lived and worked, now home of a large number of designer retail outlets. Some can be found in many other parts of the world. Definitely a place for window shopping
Beautiful area to walk, enjoy beauty in buildings, people, shops, lifestyle and elegance in general. Located conveniently between Opera area and Champs Elysee road. I recommend to enjoy with your eyes and wallet :)
Sorry, but this type of fashion is hysterical to me... really , who wears this stuff..?
Anyhow the street is full of fashion houses large and small. Also consulates and the French palace. The Bristol hotel was along here somewhere. Being Fashion week, there was...More
They ate all there Gucci, YSL, Kenzo...and more. Liked the shop of Faberge. Its a smaller street, walkeways on both sides easy to change road side to see all the windows. Most of Times no prices indicated, but its know to be expensive. Just enjoy...More