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3rd arrondissement

Named after a metro station in owner Julien Bouzereau’s native Montreal, Beaubien is a small, carefully curated men’s clothing store, at once stylised and individual. Bouzereau previously worked for Carven and Kitsuné, and has a taste for Japanese labels that use French words in their branding.

The chic wood and leather décor frames sophisticated sportswear, clean lines and quality materials from Scandinavia, Japan and America. Look out for labels like Libertine-Libertine, Peter Jensen and Andersen-Andersen; graphic woollen jumpers by Mont Saint-Michel, raw cotton trousers by Dana Lee, Ebbets baseball caps, Italian leather goods and Timex watches.

Venue name: Beaubien
Contact:
Address: 21 rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth
3e
Paris

Opening hours: Mon 4pm-7.30pm; Tue-Wed 12.30pm-8pm; Thu 12.30pm-9pm; Fri 12.30pm-8pm; Sat 11.30am-8pm
Transport: Métro : Temple ou République
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