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ALBER ELBAZ, a self-confessed hypochondriac, stocks up on various medicines and anti-bug sprays at the Pharmacie des Petits Champs before going away on holiday.
CARINE ROITFELD gets her clothes altered by Styl'up and her shoes repaired or modified by Gérard Pulin. She has the former dry cleaned at Delaporte Teinturerie. She swears by beautician Joëlle Ciocco for her facials, L'Appartement 217 for body treatments, and Romain Color is her hair's caretaker of choice; nails are manicured at Sothys. She buys her husband's shirts at Charvet, gifts at Hermès and accessories at Maison Martin Margiela. She stocks up on organic products at Naturalia. Lunch is served at the Raphael hotel in the summer, and cocktails are ordered at the Crillon's hotel bar.
CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN has his shoes repaired by Minuit Moins Sept, the only cobbler who is allowed to bring treasured heels back to life with actual Louboutin soles.
EMMANUELLE ALT visits Leonor Greyl when her hair needs maintenance, and gets her nails seen to at Institut Revlon, where she also has her body treatments. She gets her heels and soles repaired at Cordonnerie Vaneau, and uses the same addresses at Carine Roitfeld for alterations and dry cleaning.
RICCARDO TISCI hangs out at Little Italy in the Marais when he's homesick for a taste of his Italian motherland.
RICK OWENS buys his pastries and cakes at Pain de Sucre in the Marais, and orders coffee at Le Train Bleu in the Gare de Lyon.
SARAH LERFEL, of Colette fame, shops at Charvet for shirts, just like Carine Roitfeld. Her favourite dry cleaner for all those tricky avant-garde clothes is Teinturerie Monceau; and she trusts Chaussure Roland to repair her most treasured shoes.