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14th arrondissement

Madame de… takes its name from the 1951 Max Ophüls film, in which the Parisian heroine is forced to pawn her beloved diamond earrings, causing all kinds of trouble. Nothing so dark here, just a delightful second hand shop where owner Armelle Franz reassures her customers that ‘I make it a point of honour only to select pieces that are like new’. And indeed, leather bags glow and there are no loose threads on the knitwear – even better, the prices wouldn’t look out of place in the sales. A taupe Vanessa Bruno bag for €187, APC jeans for €66, a checked Zara dress for €40. For retro décor fans, Armelle also stocks homeware treasures – an art deco carafe with smoked glass goblets at €88, a vintage sewing machine, a Kodak Senior n°1 projector…

Venue name: Madame de
Address: 65 rue Daguerre

Opening hours: Du mardi au samedi de 11h à 19h30
Transport: Métro : Denfert-Rochereau
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