Today let’s meet at 9 Rue du Havre, to discover our next Nina Kendosa store and the new spring collection!
Beautiful carpeted floors, powder pink walls and always a warm welcome; our boutique is the ideal place to find chic and relaxed looks, whatever the season!
A WALK AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD
After your shopping trip, continue on a stroll through the heart of the district.
13 Rue d'Amsterdam.
Take the opportunity to stop and admire the Gare Saint-Lazare at the end of the street.
Built in 1837, it was the first station in Île de France.
Monet even made it the subject of a series of paintings.
158 Bd Haussmann.
A short walk away you can discover the Jacquemart-André museum.
Located in a sublime private mansion built in the 1870s, it belonged to the Jacquemart-André couple. Don’t miss the stunning Winter Garden and the majestic staircase.
FANCY A TREAT?
Café Jacquemart-André is one of the most beautiful tea rooms in Paris!