Museums in Paris for Fashion Admirers to Visit

Palais Galliera

Palais Galliera used to be known as Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris. It is a museum dedicated to fashion and fashion history. You’ll find it in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris, near the Arc de Triomphe.

The Cité de la Mode et du Design

A glassy green snake-like building hangs suspended above the Seine. The Cité de la Mode et du Design draws the gaze of all those wandering along Paris's riverbanks. Housed in a former industrial warehouse in Port de Paris, the building sees fashion devotees pouring through its doors.

Musée de la Mode et du Textile in Paris

Here you can enjoy seeing fashion in all its different forms - from initial sketches to textile processing, to completed garments. It’s a full-circle experience of what the biggest names in the fashion industry work through, before creating their final masterpieces. You’ll leave having absorbed an abundance of visuals and knowledge, surrounding the history of fashion as we know it.

Fashion Scene in Paris. Don't Miss This Attractions

Galerie LaFayette

Tourists come from far and wide just to observe the structure of the space and the impressive infrastructure, dating back to 1912. All of the luxury brands you’d expect from around the world are here in one place. As you work your way up the multitude of floors that make up this property, you’ll come to realize the significance of fashion that Paris has to offer.

Boulevard Saint-Germain

Sometimes, a less touristy experience is preferred when seeking fashion to procure. Even window shopping can be more enjoyable, in a space less crowded by others. The Boulevard Saint-Germain is where you’ll go for a more private fashion experience.

Le Marais in Paris

Expect colours, prints and patterns in Le Marais district. Join in yourself to this celebration of self-expression! If there ever was a time to invest in a raspberry-coloured beret, it is now.

Tips on What to Wear in Paris

Classy, Yet Simple
Dress up a little bit classier than you would normally do. But keep it simple! Dark-coloured, slim pants and jeans are a good option, especially ankle length.
Choose Flats
Don't wear heels. You are probably going to walk all day long in cobblestone streets. Comfortable ankle boots, loafers or derbies are both stylish and convenient. Sneakers are quite trendy now among young Parisians too.
Colours And Accessories
Keep it simple with black and neutral colours, but do accessorize your style! A coloured bag, scarf or belt, a bold necklace with a white blouse - details can change everything.


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