ModeTrotter Unveils its Stunning New Flagship Store

Mode Trotter Montmartre

After closing its first Parisian store three years ago, fashion brand ModeTrotter has finally settled down at 52 Rue de Montmartre, right in the heart of Sentier. It's the perfect opportunity to (re)discover the vibrant, versatile, and creative world of this French brand in person, as an invitation to travel and vacation. Let's embark on this fashionable journey!


Voyage, Voyage…

With vacation vibes reminiscent of California, Greece, and Mexico, designer Marie Courroy's new store feels like a peaceful haven by the Mediterranean. Set in a beautiful space of over 150 square meters, graceful curves, clean lines, bright lighting, and exotic plants create the perfect setting for a successful shopping experience.

When ModeTrotter was founded in 2008 as an e-shop, the goal was to offer a fresh perspective on fashion, breaking free from the often rigid image portrayed in magazines and on runways. For Marie, inspiration fills the streets, and style evolves through travels. After the success of its capsule collections and featuring the works of other brands like Roseanna and Jacquemus, ModeTrotter became a standalone brand in spring 2015, continuously mesmerizing us with collections inspired by paradisiacal destinations such as Los Angeles, Trinidad, Saint-Tropez, Istanbul, and Hawaii.


Our Top Picks

Make a mandatory stop at the Amalfi Coast-inspired collection and grab the Francesca Scala shirt (€190) and Romy Scala pants (€190) for a sharp and effortlessly casual total look. Channel your inner beach princess with the green sequined Gia Starlet knit dress (€310) or showcase your trendy fashionista side with the new must-have item: the oversized denim jacket Nomi Stelli (€250). And our ultimate favorite? The Marlow loafers (€195), a season's must-have and a flagship creation of the brand.

Open from Monday to Saturday, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

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