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MERCI, yes, but who?

MERCI, yes, but who?


If you get chills when you see those neon lights and icy walls, if you grit your teeth every time a saleperson treats you like an alien…if this is the impression you get when you walk into a Concept Store, well , it’s time to reconsider.

Welcome to MERCI, a store which is lovely, lovable and loving.


It’s located in a majestic, sun-lit loft where you can browse from room to room just like in a real house. Stop and look through an old-fashioned trunk spilling over with unique creations and finally find that little dress nobody else has yet to wear! Don’t forget to buy a tiny bunch of roses at the flower shop, and cuddle up on a sofa in the book corner as you check out the latest literary sensation and sip a well-earned lemonade. You’re not going to believe this, but you’ll be raising money! The profits the store makes on your purchases are donated to charities.

This heavenly place actually has a philanthropic vocation. Some famous creators have joined the team to propose their wares and forget their margins. How about Annick Goutal and her fountain of scents, not to mention Stella Mc Cartney and Yves St Laurent. You can get as much as 30% off these famous names and leave the store feeling good AND doing good…


MERCI, 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais - 3rd
Tel : 00 33 1 42 77 00 33
Open daily Monday to Saturday 10am-8pm
Metro Saint Sébastien Froissard





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