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111 Boulevard Beaumarchais

Fashion, furniture, accessories, homeware, and stationary all find a home in this completely renovated 19th-century textile factory. Everything about Merci is fun, poppy, bright, and welcoming. From their attached eatery, Cantine Merci, to their frequently held exhibitions, it all feels built with love for the community. That spirit shines even stronger in the fact that all of their profits go to charities in the area. There’s even a reading nook in the tearoom at the back of the store to chill in.

However, it’s not all indie chic, here. The store has a surprising variety of different goods, including world-renowned designers like Yves Saint Laurent to up-and-coming local designers. Merci feels like it was built to offer something for everyone, whether you end up buying something or not.

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