If you have a style crush on French model, author and DJ Caroline de Maigret, you'll want to know where she sources her fantastically chic clothes. Know for her tomboy-meets-Parisian style, Caroline regularly checks flea markets for unique vintage pieces, while she turns to some Paris-based boutiques to get her designer fix. Here are 3 places she often shops for clothes.
Marché aux Puces St.-Ouen de Clignancourt
Caroline searches for vintage at one of the best flea markets in Paris, Marché aux Puces St.-Ouen de Clignancourt. You can find clothes, furniture and so much more at the market.
Merci - 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais
Caroline regularly drops into boutique Merci which houses all of her favourite brands: "Merci is one of my favorite multi-brand stores to go shopping. It’s one of those rare places in Paris where you can find everything you want to buy all under one roof; from designers, furniture, houseware to cosmetics. The clothing lines are simple and timeless, exactly how I like to dress, and range from famous to unknown designers for both men and women. The creators have exceptional taste and also have the good sense to stock my book."
Thomsen Paris - 98 Rue de Turenne
Caroline loves pieces by Thomsen Paris and frequently visits their Paris store to shop both the men's and women's collections: "I buy from the men’s and women’s collections, and I’m addicted to the cut and the fabric of the shirts. I must have more than twenty of them. The blazers are remarkable as well."