Le Grand Bazar
Opened in 1997 and on three floors, this is the place to bag key brands, such as Victoria Beckham, Isabel Marant, Loewe, Tsumori and Maison Margiela. The store looks beautiful too.
is a high-fashion concept store on the famous rue d’Antibes. It showcases new shoes, clothes and bags in a minimalist setting that looks almost as good as the clothes themselves. Preferred brands are Alessandra Rich, Ann Demeulemeester, Antonio Berardi, Giambattista Valli, Jason Wu, Julien David and Marni.
is a dress shop on the very stylish Croisette, the main promenade in Cannes
. It sells every kind of dress and will always have something for that very chic engagement later in the evening. Its website offers free delivery and its owner prides herself on offering glamorous dresses at the lowest prices.
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Le Shop 17
Le Shop 17
sells everything from high-end jeans and trainers to that special little evening number. It also sells lovely shoes, handbags and some household items.
specialises in beautiful and stylish dresses, cardigans/jumpers and accessories. Located on the famous Croisette
, it was established in Paris in 1987 to redefine the “little black dress”, as well as offering “a complete chic and modern wardrobe” with an elegant Parisian touch.
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In addition to its store, Chacok
has a great online presence. Its ethos is to use strong colours, a mix of rich fabrics and to have an overall look that lacks conformity. It does everything – dresses, trousers, tops – along with accessories.
Situated on the Croisette, this chic boutique
has a lovely range of clothes. It’s a Parisian brand that started by specialising in silk dresses with bold prints.
If your budget doesn’t run into the hundreds for a piece of clothing, Belair
is a good compromise, offering great fashion at more reasonable prices. It’s a Parisian brand with 20 or so branches across the country and a good website.
is an Italian brand selling high-end fashionable pieces. The ethos was to produce sports luxe couture with a fitted silhouette, specialising in jackets and coats. It has now expanded to include all clothing items.
Georges Rech – Apostrophe
(with an online store) is on the chic rue d’Antibes with all the other stylish shops. As well as a great list of “essentials” it also has trends such as “safari chic” and, of course, some great outfits for special occasions.