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Time Out says

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Rent a designer wardrobe.

L'Habibliothèque began in 2014, when three fashion-mad sisters Aurélie, Anahi and Alizé, had the idea of launching the first official clothes library. The library's new digs are in the heart of the Marais, an enormous and light appartment on rue Beaubourg. 

This high-end rentalable wardrobe, offers clients fashion in an immediate, unlimited and ephemeral way. Filled with the latest trends, the boutique only stocks pieces from the most recent collections. Carven, Manoush, Vanessa Bruno, Alexander Wang and more can be yours. 

For a monthly subscription of €149 you can borrow one, two or three pieces  all of which you can change for new ones –, for up to 6 months. There's also a drycleaning service to remove any eventual little marks, included in the price. Watch out for occasional private sales, where your heart's desire can become a permanent part of your wardrobe. 

By: Eva Yoro

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Address: 35 rue Beaubourg
3e
Paris

Transport: Metro: Rambuteau
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Opening hours: Tues-Fri 4pm-8.30pm, Sat-Sun 11.30am-7pm
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