Boutique Sandro Capelle Tourn / Ooshot / CRT Paris Ile-de-France

Sandro

Contemporary and elegant, this label has, in the space of a decade, become an essential reference for casual French chic.
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Description

Walking into the Sandro boutique in the Marais, around the corner from the Cognacq-Jay Museum, you enter a refined, elegant universe. The Parisian brand’s secret to success is simply good taste, cleverly combining the latest trends with chic fabrics like silk and cashmere.

Whether they have a rock ‘n’ roll edge or are more romantic, the Sandro creations are above all pieces that can be worn anywhere. Founded in Paris by two sisters Evelyne Chétrite and Judith Milgrom in 1998, the brand’s claim to fame has been to make luxury accessible, as Maje, Vanessa Bruno and Claudie Pierlot have also done.

Elegance and comfort

The understated atmosphere of the boutique complements the women’s collection, making for an appealing shopping experience with a personal touch. Browse the leather jackets, comfortable jeans and long dresses before taking a look at their studded satchels and velvet pumps, refined but unpretentious accessories to fine-tune your outfit.

The good news is that the boutique is open 7 days a week. Gentlemen will find the men’s collection a little further down the street at 50 rue Vieille-du-Temple, with elegant yet masculine pieces like cotton canvas shoes and merino wool sweaters. Sandro has something for everyone.

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Access and contact

47, rue des Francs Bourgeois,
75004 Paris 4ème

Days and opening hours

All year round between 10 AM and 8 PM.

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Spoken languages

  • French
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