Paris Walking Tour: See Where French Fashion is Made

Paris Walking Tour: See Where French Fashion is Made
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$63
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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This tour is offered by Visit.org, the world's leading platform for travel activities with a cause: immersive day experiences hosted by local “do-good” organizations. Revenue from this experience will be reinvested in our local partner org Paris Par Rues Méconnues. Paris Par Rues Méconnues is a social enterprise that strives to showcase local diversity and serve as a vehicle for social cohesion while teaching French and foreign travelers about Paris.
• Explore Paris’ lesser-known streets while providing support to local underserved youth.
• Explore the history of Parisian style and visit an atelier where clothes for Le Moulin Rouge and Jean-Paul Gaultier are made.
• Hear stories from talented local artists and discover Paris through their unique point of view.

Take to the streets of Paris and explore the heart and soul of this world culture capital! Embark on a fashion walking tour of Paris and visit the ateliers (workshops) where some of France’s most iconic looks are made. The talented craftsmen and women who work here make clothes for some of the country’s most famous establishments and fashion houses, such as Jean-Paul Gaultier and Le Moulin Rouge. Let these talented artist show you their city through their unique (and stylish!) point of view. All tours with Paris Par Rues Méconnues are driven by the people involved - artists, shopkeepers, inhabitants, and tour-goers alike are encouraged to express themselves.

This tour is offered by Visit.org, the world's leading platform for travel activities with a cause: immersive day experiences hosted by local “do-good” organizations. Revenue from this experience will be reinvested in our local partner org Paris Par Rues Méconnues. Paris Par Rues Méconnues is a social enterprise that strives to showcase local diversity and serve as a vehicle for social cohesion while teaching French and foreign travelers about Paris.
• Explore Paris’ lesser-known streets while providing support to local underserved youth.
• Explore the history of Parisian style and visit an atelier where clothes for Le Moulin Rouge and Jean-Paul Gaultier are made.
• Hear stories from talented local artists and discover Paris through their unique point of view.