After being successful for 20 years, Paris famous concept store, Colette, nestled in the 1st arrondissement, is to close by the end of the year to the greatest displeasure of its regular customers.
Who never visited Colette?
Open for the first time in 1997, Colette has been launched by Colette Rousseaux and her daughter Sarah Lerfel Andelman. The 700-square-meter and three-story concept store did not waste time to please people and meet their needs thanks to a groundbreaking concept mixing fashion, beauty, design, high tech, photo, music and even books.
Despite its success, Colette has just announced its definitive closure effective from December 20, 2017. The announce has been released on its Instagram account.
No.213 Rue Saint Honoré has been occupied by Colette all these years and might be taken over by Saint Laurent. Colette explains: “Negotiations are under way with Saint Laurent and we would be proud to have a Brand with such a history, with whom we have frequently collaborated, taking over our address. We are happy of the serious interest expressed by Saint Laurent in this project, and it could also represent a very good opportunity for our employees.”
Until then, Colette will keep on renewing itself every week thanks to a unique selection and many collaborations.
We imagine how sad regulars have been… You have until December 20, 2017 to go to their favorite boutique.
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