Paris Shopping: Rue de Rennes Steeple Chase

Paris: People, Places and Bling

Give it up for the Gants at Guanti, 59 Rue de Rennes Photographs by Theadora Brack Give it up for the Gants at Guanti, 59 Rue de Rennes Photographs by Theadora Brack

tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock at Plastiques, 103 rue de Rennes tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock at Plastiques, 103 rue de Rennes

By Theadora Brack

This week, let’s hoof to one my favorite shopping districts in Paris, the lively rue de Rennes—one of the longest streets in the city. Giddy-up: This is where I shop during the last few days of the Big Winter Sales.

Here’s the squeal: The Zara location at 140 rue de Rennes in the Félix Potin building (an Art Nouveau marvel!) usually serves as one of “last stops” for the Spanish marque’s leftover clothing. Also, there’s a second Zara shop, located nearby at 45 rue de Rennes (next  to the Église de Saint-Germain-des-Prés).

Divine, yes, but their proximity also saves time. Bopping between both shops, my sister once scored a belted trench coat and black skinny jeans, along with seven turtle…

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