Shopping in Paris demands a visit to this neighborhood of small, specialized boutiques that spread through this trend-setting part of town. The lower Marais has a huge concentration of places selling hip house wares, and jewelry and accessory (often staffed by their creators). Paris’s stylish dogs are outfitted by Un Chien dans le Marais, stocking everything from doggie PJs to tuxedos. A bounty of food shops include some fantastic Jewish delis, while the nearby stretch of rue de Rivoli is home to department store BHV.The upper (Haut) Marais is the relatively recent domain of a slew of edgy and/or emerging designers. Some of the best streets for a Paris shopping spree here include rue Charlot (where you'll find Emilie Casiez rock-and-roll-wear), rue de Poitou (with Japanese kimono-style wraps and slim-fitting suits by former Lacoste creative director Christophe Lemaire), and rue Vieille du Temple (home to the flagship of fashion store/creative studio Surface to Air, with 'retro '90's' designs including two-tone guy's polo shirts and pleated women's leather shorts).