Parisian Pop-Ups to Put on Your Radar Now

Enjoy a different experience in Paris at each of these cool pop-ups

Whether you're a gourmand, fashionista, spa enthusiast or all of the above, this month there's a pop-up just for you. 

Caffeine Buzz

Ralph's Coffee is in Paris for a limited time only. The Ralph Lauren flagship store in Saint-Germain has made room for the pop-up coffee shop where fresh coffee and a 5-layer chocolate cake will be served through the 5th of March.

173 blvd Saint-Germain (6th), 01 44 77 77 00

Greenlight

Tantalizing Tapas

Greenlight is taking over Martin Bar for an ephemeral event, serving oriental tapas and gin-based cocktails from 12 to 9 pm every Sunday from the 24th of March to the 14th of April. Share stuffed vine leaves served with tangy yoghurt or dip into the creamy hommus with toasty pita bread and try one of the signature cocktails mixed with pineapple and coconut for a voyage to the Middle East.

24 blvd du Temple (11th), 01 43 57 82 37

Louis Vuitton bum bag

Fashionable Favorite

Paris’s iconic department store, Printemps, is welcoming one of France’s most famous fashion houses, Louis Vuitton, from the 15th of March to the 5th of May in its atrium in the form of a fantastical pop-up store. Floating hot air balloons fill the space showcasing the house’s new collection, with a capsule line available exclusively at Printemps.

64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01 42 82 50 00

Vitra chairs

Pleasing Plastics

From the 6th of March to the 14th of April, BHV Marais is giving interior-design enthusiasts the opportunity to create their very own bespoke Eames plastic chair. In the Vitra pop-up store, located on the fourth floor of the department store, shoppers can select the base, the colour of the seat and frame from a multitude of colours and fabrics, from a possible 100,000 variations.

52 rue de Rivoli (4th), 09 77 40 14 00

IKEA's Scandinavian baths come to the River Seine

Scandinavia on the Seine

From the 1st to the 3rd of March, Ikea is treating the city to a Scandinavian experience by installing Scandinavian baths along the River Seine. The ritual offers an hour-long treatment that includes a dip in the hot water, a minute of cryotherapy and a warm cup of tea to get cosy and enjoy the view.

Head to https://fcld.me/flvPDN to reserve your spot.

Sandra Iskander
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