Montaigne Avenue is located in the Champs Elysees Avenue, where almost all the world's famous brands, it is the world's luxury landmark, has a pivotal position. You can smell the aristocratic flavor of fashion from a long distance. You can probably meet stars here, or you can do TV interviews. It is absolutely the gathering place of fashion people in the world.
Longtian Street is the most famous commercial pedestrian street in Paris, France. It is the shopping paradise in Paris. The streets are lined with famous brands from all over the world, large and small. Most of them are new models of the season. They are absolutely a must for fashionable people.
There are only a few blocks between Montaigne Avenue and Champs Elysees Avenue. There are fashion boutiques and three-star Michelin restaurants. The building on the favorite Avenue is the Champs Elysees Theatre No. 15. This 1913 style of decorative art stands out, hosting classical concerts, ballets, jazz and operas.
Good environment, independent storefront, full range of goods! Near Champs Elysees Street, there are some luxury stores, which you can imagine are basically independent stores. Every brand has at least two floors, and it's very big! Not many people, shopping environment can be said to be very good. But! Yes! If you want to buy cosmetics at one time, you can't be satisfied.
In Montaigne Avenue, you can not only enjoy the hinterland of the world's top luxury goods, but also enjoy the breath of high fashion along the street. See the Montaigne Avenue, and then take the right side as the starting point, clockwise around the right, many exquisite and luxurious brand-name stores will make you more addicted to taste.
In Montaigne Avenue, you can not only enjoy the hinterland of the world's top luxury goods, but also enjoy the high fashion along the street to see Montaigne Avenue, and then take the right side as the starting point, a clockwise tour is right. Many exquisite and luxurious brand-name stores will make you more addicted to taste.
Luxury goods are plentiful, but there are not many people. I don't know if it's more expensive than the old Buddha. There are not many people here except LV. Maybe it's off-season in winter, but the service is good. Why don't the streets have the spicy Champs Elysees Street?