L’Oreal Paris Moves From Montparnasse Palace to the Marais

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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon has moved from the Montparnasse Palace to the Marais, where a new extension will open in time for the fall of this year.

By David Bezanson

L’Oreal Paris has announced the opening of an extension of its flagship store in the Marais district of Paris. The extension will open in time for the fall of 2016 and will be the largest space the L’Oreal brand has ever opened in the city. The new extension will open to the west of Avenue de Suffren.

L’Oreal’s location is the third flagship store for the L’Oreal brand located in the Marais district. L’Oreal’s new Marais store opened in 2005. After opening in 2005, it received a massive renovation in 2011. The current Marais store will have approximately 2,000 square meters of space, including the entrance to the store, a bar, a coffee shop, and a cafe.

The exterior of the new Marais store consists of the three-story building constructed by the architect, Jean Nouvel. The exterior was finished in the fall of 2013.

The interior of the new extension is constructed of marble. The marble used for the flooring was quarried in northern Italy for the L’Oreal brand in the last four years. The building contains an enormous space, as the entire space will be one of the largest stores by L’Oreal in the world. The ground floor of the building contains a main entryway, the main area for the store, and the cafe. The second floor is for the boutique, and the third floor is for the restaurant area, including the rooftop bar on the rooftop. As is common in Europe, the Marais is home to many bars and restaurants.

The Marais also is the home of Le Bon Marché department store, which was recently completed. The department store will continue

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