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Ornements's one-of-a-kind jewelry.  


The Meurice  

With its views of the Tuileries and proximity to the headquarters of Hermès, Chanel, and John Galliano, the Meurice (228, Rue de Rivoli; 33-1-4458-1010) is the preferred hotel for high-on-the-masthead editors. Between shows, everyone eats a club sandwich, or just the macaroons, at the convenient institution Ladurée (21, Rue Bonaparte; 33-1-4407-6487).

They get Dries Van Noten they normally can’t find in New York at the experimental boutique L’Eclaireur (10, Rue Hérold; 33-1-4041-0989). Café de Flore (172, Blvd. Saint-Germain; 33-1-4548-5526) is another regular spot for coffee or the house salad; it’s not cheap, but it’s between-shows fast.

When there’s a break in the schedule, they socialize and shop (for Repetto flats and Chloé tunics) at Colette (213, Rue Saint-Honoré; 33-1-5535-3390), and one-of-a-kind jewelry at Ornements (96, Rue de Grenelle; 33-1-4544-0023).

Chinese food at Davé.  

The Chinese food at Davé (12, Rue de Richelieu; 33-1-4261-4948) isn’t the best, but advertisers host dinners here, or on the ever-so-discreet second floor at the pricey Caviar Kaspia (17, Place de la Madeleine; 33-1-4265-3332). No one goes to bed before a glass of Champagne to end the day at Bar Hemingway (Hotel Ritz Paris, 15, Place Vendôme; 33-1-4316-3365).


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