© Magali Joannon
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Oct 17 2012
Briton Candy Miller’s boutique is truly girly, offering everything from bird-shaped to iridescent handbags and delicate shoes. Like a doll’s house with a sky blue frontage, the Montmartre boutique opened in January 2011 and is more akin to an apartment that a shop in its layout (dining room, dressing room, bathroom, living room), designed with care by the cinema decorator Anaïs Van Den Bussch. The counter is a gas cooker, jewellery hangs from hooks and taps and you try on shoes in a bath transformed into a settee.
Only work by independent designers is featured, like patchwork bags by Sandrine Colin (€150) and bucolic brooches by Lisa Pearl.