After breakfast, in the morning, you will visit the Didier Ludot store, a world-famous vintage boutique. Didier Ludot is regularly solicited for professional evaluations of haute couture pieces. Didier knows when any article of clothing was made, spot fakes, and estimate an item’s worth. With an impeccable location, in the galleries facing the Palais Royal garden, a hidden gem usually skipped by tourists, visiting this boutique is like going back to the most glamorous years of Paris.
After lunch, head to the Louvre Museum, where you will visit the Musée de la Mode et du Textile, the Museum of the Costume and Textile. This museum in Paris now holds around 16,000 costumes, 35,000 fashion accessories, and around 30,000 textiles. Located within the Rohan wing of The Louvre, split over two levels, there are around 1500 meters squared of exhibition space. Return to your hotel. Overnight.