Closure of the Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris

By Cécile D., Anne-christine C. Posted on January 30, 2021 at 12:27 pm Updated January 30, 2021 at 12:27 pm

Le Bon Marché is the first department store to have opened in Paris. This historic shopping address is located in the very chic 7ᵉ arrondissement on the left bank. Fashion, beauty, home, there is something for everyone. In accordance with new measures announced by the government, this shopping center is closed until further notice.

The Cheap Left Bank it’s the big store of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district. The brand which belongs to the LVMH group offers a fine selection of brands of mode, from deco, but also beauty, bijouterie and lingerie. On the top floor there is also a shelf bookstore.

Contrary to what its name suggests, the Cheap Left Bank does not offer inexpensive items. It is rather a luxury positioning, with French brands and historical internationals, as well as new prominent brands, which regularly come to install a pop-up store in one of the many sales areas of the Cheap.

The particularity of Cheap is to offer several expositions which highlight brands around a theme. Some of these brands are already present in Cheap and others come especially for the occasion. This was the case, for example, during the very last exhibition on Belgium which ended in october 2020.

And right next to the Cheap Left Bank, rue de Sèvres, you can take a walk Great Epicerie of Paris for high-end shopping food.

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