Boutique Merci, Paris 2010 Tripelon Jean-François/CRT IDF


This concept-store combines fashion, beauty, homeware and art-de-vivre in the fashionable Marais district of Paris.
  1. What to see and do
  2. Shopping
  3. Fashion and creation
  4. Merci


In the perpetually changing upper Marais neighbourhood, this loft-like space bathed in light combines a modern design, new and second-hand books to leaf through, and wild plants — little moments of joy that gravitate around an exceptional central atrium devoted to fashion.

Clothes hang on rails like the immense dressing room of a Vogue editor, all by prominent designers like Paul Smith, Jérôme Dreyfuss, Isabelle Marant and Barbara Bui. On the vintage side, delightfully neglected pieces are piled up in giant trunks. But you’ll also find designer furniture, beautiful linen sheets in a rainbow of colours, a great selection of kitchen and homeware…. And the list goes on.

Three cafés provide great options for coffee and meal breaks; our favourite is the basement Cantine du Potager, with its fresh and healthy menu and views over the garden. And the icing on the cake: at Merci, a percentage of profits from the store are donated to an endowment fund in Madagascar to help disadvantaged children. Thank you Merci!

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Access and contact

111 boulevard Beaumarchais
75011 Paris 11ème

Days and opening hours

All year round. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, November 1st and December 25th.


Spoken languages

  • French
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