The ultimate Paris guide to the Fashion Week by Lime
Welcoming several hundred thousand people during fashion shows, Paris becomes the center of attention. With each Fashion Week, the number of visitors in the capital skyrockets, along with the number of traffic jams...
From Monday, September 25th, to Tuesday, October 3rd, the streets and public transportation will be overrun by the fashion industry's top gurus and fashionistas from around the world. If you also plan to join in the week's festivities but want to enjoy the city without waiting 20 minutes for a taxi or getting stuck in traffic, Lime has got you covered.
Lime bikes: the fast, reliable, and efficient solution during Fashion Week
Choosing Lime means choosing efficiency. With over 3,000 parking locations scattered throughout the capital and a fleet of 10,000 self-service bikes, getting around Paris whenever you want becomes a reality. Whether it's fashion show venues, bars or restaurants, all points of interest are conveniently located near a Lime parking zone. Reaching speeds of up to 25 km/h and boasting a range of 64 kilometers, Lime bikes stand as a reliable alternative to overbooked taxis during Fashion Week or less trendy public transportation, allowing you to avoid traffic jams and not miss a thing at the event.
Lime : a solution already embraced by fashion icons
Designed for stylish riding, Lime bikes sport a cutting-edge design featuring the brand's iconic green color, which is also one of the preferred colors of designers this season. Seamlessly blending with fashion-forward inspirations, their aesthetics combine elegance and robustness, evoking confidence and uniqueness. Numerous renowned personalities known for their sense of style and haute couture have embraced Lime vehicles, including Harry Styles, Paul Pogba, Jared Leto, and Angèle.
ZONE 1 - Triangle d’Or
From the Champs-Élysées to Avenue Montaigne, the Golden Triangle becomes the epicenter of Fashion Week, attracting designers, models, and fashion enthusiasts from around the world. Major fashion houses like Chanel and Dior unveil their latest collections in iconic boutiques. The streets of the neighborhood turn into the stage for impromptu fashion shows, showcasing the boldest trends. The Golden Triangle becomes a true spectacle, blending a passion for fashion with timeless elegance.
Monsieur Bleu (restaurant)
Dos Almas (bar)
Crazy Horse (night Life)
Musée Yves Saint Laurent (fashion shows)
Palais de Tokyo (fashion shows)
Grand Palais (fashion shows)
ZONE 2 - Concorde
One of the five royal squares in Paris, Place de la Concorde is a favorite spot for fashion aficionados during Fashion Week. Surrounded by the Champs-Élysées and the Tuileries Garden, it provides a majestic setting for world-renowned fashion shows and events. Spectacular runways are set up, showcasing the bold creations of top couturiers. Influential figures in the fashion industry gather here to celebrate art and creativity in an iconic setting in the French capital.
Les ambassadeurs (bar)
Place de la Concorde (fashion shows)
ZONE 3 - Tuileries
The iconic Parisian garden located along the banks of the Seine, the Tuileries, transforms into a true fashion haven during Fashion Week. The shaded pathways and flower beds provide an enchanting backdrop for renowned designer fashion shows. Elegant tents and temporary art installations are set up, creating a magical world dedicated to haute couture. The Tuileries become the iconic venue where the elegance of fashion and the beauty of Parisian gardens come together.
Café Kitsuné (café)
Hôtel Costes (restaurant)
Bar 228 (bar)
Le Jardin des Tuileries (fashion shows)
ZONE 4 - République
An animated district in Paris, République transforms into a bustling hub of fashion and creativity. Surrounded by historic buildings, this iconic square becomes the stage for avant-garde fashion shows and exciting fashion events. Innovative designers present their collections amidst a cosmopolitan crowd, creating an electric atmosphere of bold trends and avant-garde style. The nearby cafes and terraces are the lively meeting places for fashion enthusiasts, designers, and celebrities from around the world. Place de la République thus becomes the beating heart of Paris Fashion Week, celebrating individual expression and innovation in the fashion industry.
Bouillon Julien (restaurant)
Café Crème (café)
La Favela Chic (bar)
ZONE 5 - Le Marais
The epicenter of fashion, Le Marais is THE trendy and cosmopolitan district of Paris. The cobbled streets and historic boutiques provide a backdrop for intimate fashion shows and presentations by emerging designers. Art galleries and alternative spaces are transformed into exhibition venues for avant-garde collections. Le Marais thus becomes a wellspring of inspiration where contemporary influences blend with cultural heritage.
Le Spootnik (bar)
Café Charlot (bar)
Les Bains (restaurant)
ZONE 6 - Saint-Germain des Prés
A small village within the capital, Saint-Germain-des-Prés becomes the favored spot for fashion designers and personalities. The bohemian and sophisticated atmosphere of Saint-Germain-des-Prés harmoniously merges with the excitement of Fashion Week, creating a true melting pot of creativity and inspiration. It's impossible to attend Paris Fashion Week without stopping at the iconic cafes and restaurants in the neighborhood.
Café de Flore (café)
La Coupole (restaurant)
ZONE 7 - Champ de Mars
During Paris Fashion Week, the Champ de Mars provides an iconic backdrop for grand fashion events. With the Eiffel Tower as its backdrop, this vast green space transforms into a natural stage for world-renowned fashion shows. Elegant tents and temporary art installations create a fairy-tale world dedicated to haute couture. Models gracefully walk amidst an iconic urban landscape, capturing the essence of Parisian fashion. The Champ de Mars thus becomes the symbol of timeless elegance associated with Fashion Week in the fashion capital.
Vesper Paris (restaurant)
ZONE 8 - Trocadéro
Overlooking the Eiffel Tower, the Trocadéro provides a majestic backdrop for fashion shows. This iconic location embodies the elegance and grandeur of the fashion capital. Specially designed catwalks showcase the creations of the most in-demand designers, while the central fountain adds a touch of charm to the event. Models confidently strut their stuff, capturing the attention of fashion enthusiasts from around the world. The Trocadéro thus becomes the preferred place where fashion meets the iconic architecture of Paris, creating an unforgettable experience for all Fashion Week enthusiasts.
L’aquarium de Paris (club)
Le Café de l’Homme (café)