From Paris, With Love!

Bonjour, TSC Comrades!  TSC is extremely lucky to be in Paris at the moment, and we’re exploring the second hand digs this beautiful city of light has to offer.  Today, it’s Freep ‘S’ Star in the 4th eme, a place you just have to see to believe!  Check out the video for an insider’s tour, and definitely check out their website to put on your list the next time you’re in Paris!  http:/

Many thanks to the adorable Alexandre for allowing us to shoot inside the store on a busy weekend, and to Kara for being great about an ambush interview!

There were a couple of beautiful and terrific girls, Fanny and Klervi, who took the time to talk to us about what they were looking for, but unfortunately there’s no way to hear them over the music in the store!

Fanny wrote to me about what she found at Freepstar, and also sent a fabulous website about where to find second hand clothing all over France! Here are a couple of Fanny’s finds!

Our next episode will feature second hand shopping in Amsterdam, and we’ll be back Stateside soon!  In the meantime, keep writing with your favorite shops – who knows? Maybe it (and you!) can be our next feature!

All best,

Nicole & the TSC Team

3 Responses to “From Paris, With Love!”
  1. ian says:

    Fantastic! I am seething with jealousy and want to get on a plane NOW to go shopping with you in Paris!!

  2. Wonderful site and theme, would really like to see a bit more content though!
    Great post all around, added your XML feed! Love this theme, too!

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