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Shop like Emily in Paris at Rianna + Nina’s first international store in the French capital

Inside the Rianna and Nina store in Paris

If you’re an admirer of the outfits worn by Emily in Paris you’ll want to visit the first international flagship store of luxury brand Rianna + Nina, which has just opened in the French capital.

The label is one of the brands famously featured onscreen in the hit Netflix romcom. Fashionistas may also have spotted a one-off Rianna + Nina ‘Treasure box’ bag in Sex and the City spinoff And Just Like That…  touted by Charlotte (Kristin Davis).

Located at 34 Rue de Montpensier at the Palais Royal, Rianna + Nina Paris is a must-visit for fans of the show and admirers of high fashion alike.

Visitors can experience never-before-seen, one of a kind styles made from rare high-end vintage fabrics, and an exclusive selection from the label’s Archive Collection.

The location holds a special place in Rianna’s heart: 25 years ago, Rianna’s mother exhibited her own one-of-a-kind jewellery in the same location.

Visitors can experience never-before-seen One of a Kind styles made from rare high-end vintage fabrics…

“Our work is growing at an incredible rate, but we never want to lose the vibrant, personable spirit that defines us today,” explains Nina Knaudt. “In Paris, we’ve crafted a destination where people from across the globe can experience our colourful world in person and see the beauty of the work for themselves. Creating it at the Palais Royal, a place full of art, culture, food, luxury, vintage, and all the other pieces that inspire Rianna + Nina, is just icing on the cake.”

The prestigious outlet will also feature selections from Ready-to-Wear collections, an assortment of home goods, and the brand’s famous bags and accessories, all curated especially for this location.

“The styles you’ll see in our Paris Rianna + Nina location are selected and created for this store and this store alone,” says Rianna Kounou. “It’s both a great introduction to Rianna + Nina, and an excellent destination for long-time fans of our label.”  

Starting as a small boutique in Berlin in 2014, Rianna + Nina has garnered international acclaim for its vibrant styles full of, and inspired by, luxurious vintage fabrics. The brand is stocked by over 40 A-list boutiques and luxury hotels, and has been seen on the likes of Rihanna, Billy Porter, Jared Leto and Madonna.

Emily Cooper wears Rianna and Nina kimono
Emily (Lily Collins) wears a Rotate Birger Christensen Natalie bow dress and Rianna + Nina kimono

In Emily in Paris S2, Chicago native Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) continues her romantic misadventures in the French capital, working for French marketing firm Savoir. The show has garnered legions of followers, not least because of its glamorous locations and chic wardrobe. 

The series has been given a two-season renewal order at Netflix, so we’re in for a lot more fashion yet.

For the show, Cooper wears a mix of designer, affordable and vintage looks, including Vivienne Westwood, Dolce & Gabbana, Zara, H&M, Louboutin and Rianna + Nina.

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