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Inside La Vallée Village


Take a trip to popular La Vallée Village in France for a some of the best designer brands from around the world

Verity Hogan ,

Where better to learn a lesson in elegant Parisian dressing than at La Vallée Village outlet? Located just 35 minutes from Paris, the city that many style experts describe as the most fashionable of them all, La Vallée Village and its 90 high-end designer boutiques welcome sophisticated women and men.

And it’s not just tasteful shopping that’s on offer at La Vallée Village. The outlet has its own art gallery, Espace La Vallée, which showcases intriguing exhibitions in keeping with the gallery’s well-groomed surroundings.

Take a look through our shopping guide across La Vallée Village:

10am
Start your day by discovering effortless French chic at Céline. Designer Phoebe Philo is a pioneer of pared-down sophistication and wearable minimalism that adapts well to everyday life.

11am
Add some print to your purchases with a stop at Kenzo. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have breathed new life into this historic French brand and consistently produce fresh, fun pieces.

New store alert: Sonia Rykiel
Often known as the Queen of Knits, Sonia Rykiel has been adding a sense of fun to French fashion since 1968. Expect to find a host of colourful creations, statement knitwear pieces and items adorned with the designer’s revolutionary inside-out stitching among the range in-store.

1pm 
Try the modern take on traditional French cuisine offered by Natalie’s Café. Fresh ingredients and unusual combinations provide diners with a refined alternative to fast food.

3pm
Show your wild side with a visit to Roberto Cavalli. The flamboyant Italian designer is known for his love of leopard print and his show-stopping eveningwear.

New store alert: Paul & Joe
Designer Sophie Albou offers a fresh take on Parisian style; her collections for both men and women are creative, wearable and fun. Coordinating separates make up the majority of the range, with loose shirts, printed trousers and slouched sweaters appearing throughout.

4pm
End your day with some classic tailoring; Alain Figaret has more than 40 years experience producing distinguished shirts, which combine high-quality materials, exquisite cuts and distinctive collars to produce stylish essentials.

5pm
For effortlessly chic casualwear with a vintage aesthetic, be sure to stop at Carven. Under the direction of Guillaume Henry, this heritage label has become a modern favourite, especially known for its Peter Pan collars and versatile shift dresses.

New store alert: Eric Bompard
Cashmere is a timeless luxury and no one does it better than Eric Bompard. His pieces are known for their high quality, combining Mongolian wools with traditional knitting techniques to create the softest, most comfortable jumpers, scarves and jackets imaginable.

6pm
The finest bespoke footwear depends on traditional production processes, and at Heschung respect for the past is paramount. The label came to prominence creating ski boots for the French national team and has continued to create timelessly elegant footwear featuring high-quality materials.

La Vallée Village, 3 cours de la Garonne, 77700 Serris, +33 (0)1 60 42 35 01

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