77-81 Rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen
So here's the deal: Sir Terence Conran's Habitat, which launched in England in 1964 with the sole premise of bringing affordable, useful, and beautiful everyday objects to the masses, pioneered the renovation of a massive former chandelier factory at Les Puces. And then they enlisted famed fashion retailer L'Eclaireur and a handful of venerable antiques dealers to join them in opening up shops. At Habitat, you'll find iconic vintage pieces from the company's past 40 years—all sourced from the staff and a general online appeal. If you're looking to unload a few Habitat pieces from years ago, you can likely sell them back here. Meanwhile, don't miss La Buvette in the complex, which traffics in cakes and excellent coffee.
Marché aux Puces Saint-Ouen de Clignancourt
140 Rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen
Flea market is a bit of a misnomer for Les Puces, which is inarguably the world's most iconic: It's a destination for antique and interiors lovers, and lined with the dealers that service them. You won't find fledgling stalls—you'll find full-on stores. In short: There's no thrifting here, and very little that could be perceived as a bargain. The goods are gorgeous, though, and justify the high price tags.
Marché Paul Bert & Marché Serpette
6-110 Rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen
While officially part of Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, these two markets are distinct enough to stand on their own: Here's you'll find the more rarified antiques and easy proximity to the delicious restaurant Ma Cocette.
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