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This quirky concept store is a hidden Montmartre gem entirely devoted to the art and craftsmanship of makers from around the Paris Region.

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Description

Along Rue Caulaincourt, no more than a stone’s throw from the Abbesses neighbourhood and the Terrass Hotel rooftop bar, Rue Damrémont – running off towards the Saint-Ouen Flea Market – hides a gem which is set to soon become an unmissable stop on your shopping trips to the capital.
Behind the pop-arty and deliciously zingy storefront hides an explosive selection curated by Catherine, who loves to showcase the Paris Region’s arts and crafts.

From contemporary ceramics from Vincent Levy and JG Ceramic to irresistible “lips” jewellery by Alice Hubert, adorable miniature bags by Sophie Cano, “Garce” and “Nique la police” embroideries by Betty Meissonnier, colourful calf and snakeskin bags and bumbags from AW Atelier Paris, upcycled plates and record sleeves from Furieuse Compagnie and more, everything is handmade in local artists’ studios and Parisian to the core.

Fashionistas will find a selection of vintage designer pieces including Courrèges, Guy Laroche and Mugler at the back of the store, along with – what else? – the incredible graffiti’d “Kebab” overalls!

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18 rue Damrémont
75018 Paris 18ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 3.30 pm and 8 pm. Closed Monday and Sunday.

    Prices

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    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Fred Journet