Paris Fashion Week Hot Spots You Don’t Want to Miss

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Paris Fashion Week is in full swing, playing host to one of the most sensational displays of fashion both on the runways and the streets.  Leila Kashanipour, the designer behind LeiVanKash– one of the hottest fashion jewelry brands, and a favorite among celebrities such as Cara Delevingne and Erin Wasson gave her essential Paris Fashion Week must-go’s.

Where to drink:

Le Candelaria ”Kind of La Esquina in NY, aka a taco joint from the outside which ends up being a rad bar with amazing cocktails and good music — run by Brooklynites.”
Lockwood “Another cool cocktail bar, run by one of the ex bartenders of Le Silencio, Australian rustic vibe, and good bites too.”

Where to Eat:

“Besides Hotel Costes & Caviar Kaspia that everyone goes to for people-watching, fun, and the buzz during PFW, I can also recommend Hotel Amour — hip place with good food (where you may run into Caroline de Maigret), interiors designed by street artist André, it’s good for brunch or dinner.”
Frenchie ”Both the restaurant and the wine bar, though I recommend the wine bar as the menu there is more extensive! Awesome food that you can also share with great wine, a very NY/London concept with fresh ingredients and an original menu. Great for dinner.”

Manger ”Amazing new find, a NY decor, a wonderful menu crafted by 4 famous chefs, in the hopping neighborhood of Bastille”
Le Mary Céleste ”Great for sharing/small plates & oyster bar with great cocktails (run by the same people who run Le Candelaria).”
Café Charlot ”A staple for fashionistas and hipsters and great for brunch and let’s not forget the hot chocolate!”
Ferdi “Fashionistas, cool kids and the celebs destination for their famous burger and incredible churros to finish!”
Kinogawa — “Really nice Japanese, modern, good service and very central in the 1st arrondisement!”

Where To Grab a Coffee:

Toraya ”Awesome Japanese tea/lunch/pâtisserie place.”
Café Pouchkine  ”At the Printemps department store.”
Coutume “Great for quick healthy lunches with great ingredients and famous for its coffee.”
Hugo et Victor “Can only shop for pâtisseries here (no place to sit), but the stuff is to DIE for and just beautifully presented.”

Where to Shop:

The Broken Arm ”Paris’s latest go-to place for design-conscious fashionistas who appreciate a hyper-curated selection of A-list brands for men and women, aka Kenzo, Phillip Lim, Raf Simons and Cédric Charlier (whose candy-coloured skirts, tops and trousers for women steal the show), collaborative sandals by Camper, Christophe Lemaire leather lace-ups and snazzy flowered sneakers by Carven.”
Coïncidence ”Champions underexposed designers alongside diffusion lines from fashion stars – Damir Doma’s Silent, Dark Shadow by Rick Owens. The store also features expertly chosen stationery, scented candles and tableware plus jewellery and accessories under the cellar’s vaulted ceilings.”

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