One of the highlights of my Paris trip was being shown around the cult boutique L'eclaireur. They have six stores in Paris alone and are Farfetch's biggest retailer; what sets them apart is that the stores are designed by artists, not architects. The Sévigné was designed by Studio Arne Quinze; with the interior made of layered cardboard, covered with silver car paint and laid next to television screens set in the material; the space certainly is unique. The walls are also interactive; pull of a leaver and a screen comes up to reveal a clothes rail beneath or a hidden mirror, designed so that every buyer will have a totally different experience when shopping here each time. In this store you will find every favourite from Celine to Givenchy to Haider to Ann, the buying is impeccable. Aside from the Demeulemeester, the furniture in the space was a particular highlight for me, I can't remember which architect it was designed by, but the giant pony hair morphed couch deserves a space in my future home, I think. I'm looking forward to discovering the other five stores when I go back to Paris!