Joy ! Lapin Boutique opens its vintage store rue Oberkampf

Lapin, The trending Boutique Vintage

Treat yourself to a smart, stylish wardrobe at a friendly price in a slow fashion approach: vintage is all good. Especially when one of our favorite e-shops aka Lapin Boutique opens its first super cool stall near Oberkampf ! Of Argentinian origin, Florencia, the self-taught and very nice founder, now welcomes green fashionistas in real life. Owner's tour!

From the 50's to the 90's

Vintage clothes at the Lapin boutique in Paris

From Marilyn Monroe to Britney Spears , there is only one step. It is the impression felt while walking along the wavy clothes rails (made to measure) of Lapin , which mischievously mixes the influences and creations of the 1950s to the 1990s with a common thread (and pink, and purple, and green). colors like beautiful prints. It must be said that new pieces are infiltrating it every day as Florencia spends her mornings scavenging in her secret insider addresses ...

Here she brings back two Courrèges raincoats that will immediately take pride of place among her finds: a pink cardigan with Moschino pearl buttons (€ 59), a dress (€ 79) or a Missoni striped sweater (€ 69), a printed top (€ 79) or a sublime Emilio Pucci shirt (€ 89) , Escada pastel pumps (€ 99), an incredible Ermanno Scervino embroidered leather skirt (€ 49), a Courrèges crossbody bag (€ 110), a pretty cream leather belt (49 €) €), some jewelry ... but also incredible dresses and jumpsuits made by seamstresses in the seventies.

A little decoration

If the very Cloclo-style phone booth ( tell him, please tell him it's important ) on the fittings side is not for sale (too bad!), Florencia brings back some decorative pieces from her shopping, according to his desires: vases, flowery cups, a porcelain candy box… Enough to anchor his apartment in a deliciously retro mood.

Open Tuesday to Saturday 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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