For a quick taste of 19th-century Paris, it's hard to beat this shopping arcade, which opened in 1826 and retains its original skylights, ceiling murals, Corinthian columns and gas globe lamps (now electric). Bijou …
Traditional strappy sandals, supposedly inspired by a simple leather pair brought by writer Colette from Greece to show her cobbler, are the specialty of this shoemaker from St-Tropez. Celebrity clients included Pic…
Vincent Corbun continues his grandfather's business, established in 1935, making and selling espadrilles in a rainbow of colours and styles (customised with ribbons and laces while you wait).
Hand-crafting sandals (€145 to €220) since 1933 for such clients as Picasso and Brigitte Bardot. There’s another branch nearby.
Colette brought a pair of sandals from Greece to Atelier Rondini (open since 1927) to be replicated. It’s still making the iconic sandals for about €135.
Outlet for St-Tropez hand-crafted sandals (€145 to €220). K Jacques has been around since 1933, serving such clients as Picasso and Brigitte Bardot.
The traditional shoe of the Basque Country is the espadrille and here you can choose from a huge range of handmade shoes starting from €10.
Buy a pair of handmade Camargue-style cowboy boots.
One of Marseille’s central shopping malls, containing a full range of the usual international brands.
This vast complex of over 100 restaurants and shops (mostly outlets of major international companies) constitutes the commercial hub of Lyon's new Confluence neighbourhood.