The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, has agreed to a complete makeover of the Champs-Elysées. More green and fewer cars, that is the core of the ambitious plan.
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By the beginning of next year, Abercrombie & Fitch will definitively close its flagship stores in Brussels, Paris and other cities. The American fashion group is focusing more and more on smaller stores.
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French food retailer Monoprix wants to conquer Europe, including the Benelux. But who is this Parisian, who suddenly wants to bring the "French touch" abroad?
With Strand in New York and Shakespeare & Co in Paris, two of the most iconic bookshops in the world are in danger of disappearing. Because of the corona crisis, customers are staying away.
Fast-growing Chinese discount chain Miniso is now also set to conquer the French market: on Tuesday, the first branch in Paris has opened its doors. The retailer wants to open two more French branches this year.
Belgian fashion house Natan, led by designer Edouard Vermeulen, has just opened its first boutique in Paris. "I’ve never made crazy investments."
Famous department store chain Galeries Lafayette has just opened a new outlet on the Champs-Elysées in Paris.
A car dealer in the middle of the city? In a Parisian shopping centre, even? This unusual idea comes from Nissan, which has opened the first Nissan City Hub in the Vélizy 2 shopping centre in Paris. The hub is centred on e-commerce and electric cars.
Carrefour is showing its ambition in the digital world by opening a Digital Hub in Paris. In a partnership with Google, the retailer wants to develop new solutions based on artificial intelligence.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi just opened a physical store in Paris, part of its ambitious European expansion plan. The brand is also dreaming of an American launch.
Ikea is fully focused on becoming a global presence in urban centers. The furniture chain is currently looking for locations in Paris, Copenhagen, London and Southeast Asia to attract broader audiences with smaller stores.
Belgian fashion brand MdN, formerly known as Mer du Nord, has opened a new store in Paris. The new store, located in the trendy Le Marais district, is part of an altered image.
25 years after French supermarket chain Leclerc left the Franch capital's center, it has returned to Paris with a new store opening. The goal is to fight back against Carrefour and Casino, who have all but secured dominion over the capital.
Designers that sell their products on Etsy's online marketplace will soon be able to show their products in several Parisian department stores, like Galeries Lafayette and BHV Marais.