Jewelry Designer Paige Novick’s Top 15 Must-See Spots in Paris

by Paige Reddinger

The next installment of Paris Fashion Week is only four months away, so why not score a few reservations in advance? We caught up with jewelry designer and francophile Paige Novick over drinks at the Hotel Costes last week, and she dished on her favorite musts.


Bread and Roses
62 Rue Madame, 75006

“It’s not typically Parisian, but this is the perfect place for a Sunday brunch. The best part is that unlike most French eateries this one does takeout—or takeaway, as they call it.”

Caviar Kaspia
17, Place de la Madeleine, 75008

“Two words: Cult Status. CEO Ramon Mac-Crohon and his uber fabulous wife Anoushka Mac–Crohon kill it every time by hitting all the right notes to please the most discerning and fussy of fashion folk!”

49 Rue Volta, 75003
“A hidden and iconic Argentinian gem in the Marais that has recently undergone a welcome rebirth thanks to a ‘clean up the street’ project called La Jeune Rue. Don’t leave without an empanada!”

29 Rue Debelleyme, 75003

“A patisserie entirely dedicated to crème puffs, or choux à la crème. Heaven in a bite!”



Le Meurice
228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001

“Chic, elegant, and the power cocktail spot de rigueur during Paris Fashion Week.”

Prescription Cocktail Club
23 Rue Mazarine, 75006

“A very casual kick-back bar serving creative and inspired cocktails.”

Bar le Baudelaire at the Hotel Bourgogne
6 Rue Duphot, 75001

“The outdoor garden is an idyllic venue for a late afternoon drink with an editor or stylist.”

Le Dome Café
108 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014

“Festive dinner and dancing when you don’t have a 7 A.M. meeting the next day!”


Free P’Star Vintage
20 Rue de Rivoli

“This was my go-to spot for all things cheap and vintage as a student living in Paris! No YSL here, but if you dig through the bins long enough, you never know what you might find.”

Coiffeur Vintage
32, Rue de Rosiers

“Hipster heaven! By far the best and trendiest vintage shop in Paris.”

Didier Ludot
24 Galerie Montpensier, 75001

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! Cast-offs from the chicest women in Paris makes this namesake shop the first stop on the couture train.”

Vanves Flea Market
Avenue Georges Lafenestre, 75014

“Located just outside of Paris, this flea market is well edited and easier to navigate than its relative Clignancourt.”

Fifi Chachnil
231 Rue St Honoré, 75001

“This lingerie boutique with it’s 1920s music, frilly bloomers, and lively ambience once inspired an entire jewelry collection.”


The Edge
10 Rue Du Chevalier, 75001

“Coiffeur Olivier is a 10 and responsible for some of the most game-changing coifs on the Paris model circuit.”


Museé Rodin
79 Rue de Varenne, 75007

“One of the most beautiful and romantic spots in Paris and home to my favorite sculpture, ‘The Kiss’.”

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