A stone’s throw from Place Vendôme, at the back of a very elegant courtyard on rue Saint-Honoré, hides Mad Lords, a concept store of rare and exclusive jewellery. The two founders of the showroom boutique, Caroline and Serge Muller, claim to be curators of jewellery, just like the exhibition auctioneers. Solicited by the most renowned and avant-garde designers, they strive to select with care and expertise the exceptional designers presented in their “House of jewelry”. You will notably find Maor Cohen and Jacquie Aiche, but also Shamballah, Gem Palace or Loree Rodkin.
To enter Mad Lords, once you have crossed the pretty paved courtyard, is to immerse yourself in a rock and tribal universe, between deep chesterfield chairs and animal skins on the ground, showcases of precious jewellery and luxurious leather goods. An atmosphere very much appreciated by people like singer and guitarist Yarol Poupaud. The flagship of rue Saint-Honoré is now completed with an antechamber on the street, a kind of contemporary “curiosity cabinet”.
A resolutely contemporary and highly desirable shopping address.
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Days and opening hours
Every day throughout the year between 10.30 AM and 7 PM. Closed on Sunday.