Galeries Lafayette Haussmann is the leading department store in Europe.
The Galleries Lafayette in a few figures:
- 1894: Théophile Bader creates the "Aux Galeries Lafayette " store
- 1912: opening of the Haussmann flagship store and its coupole
- no. 1 European department store in terms of sales
- 37 million annual visitors
As a worldwide leader in fashion and event retailing, since their opening in 1894, the Galeries Lafayette Haussman has become a real world-wide famous Parisian icon and must-see landmark of the city.
The Art Nouveau Coupole of the department store covers a 70, 000m2 surface area, dedicated to fashion, and unites three buildings with over 3, 500 fashion brands from across the world offering a range of accessible to luxury items, as well as 25 restaurants.
Contributing to the French Art of Living and promoting its creators, this historical flagship store is a Parisian theatre of fashion, open to the world and pursuing a mission to provide its French and international customers with a unique experience, showcasing the vitality of creation.
The Coupole Building, iconic to the Galeries Lafayette, blending tradition with modernity, offers 45, 000m2 of fashion, beauty, accessories and watches and jewellery on seven floors.
As one of the largest flagship stores dedicated to Men in Paris, this 13, 000m2 building on 4 floors, completely renovated in 2015, houses 500 brands, 80 of which are exclusive.
Home & Fine Food
As a true temple of the French Art of Living, this building, renovated in 2015, houses home and cooking collections, a fine food range and numerous restaurants in 7, 500m2 over 5 floors.
The Coupole building offers its clients an extraordinary view of Paris from its panoramic terrace of 800m2, which has become a must-see of the capital.