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In today's video, Kirby Allison takes you through the shops of Paris, France during a day in the city. We visit Atelier Bauden to see the progress on Kirby's recent pair of horn eyeglasses. Next, we travel to the Crockett and Jones shop in Paris to visit Dimitri Gomez. Kirby's bespoke shoes made by Dimitri are there being a stretch to fit and are ready for being picked up. We then visit the house of Charvet where Kirby is picking up new white shirts and being fitted for a personally designed neck collar. After that, we travel down the street to the Camps de Luca tailoring house to visit with Julian and Charles De Luca about the Stark and Sons suit that is being made. Ready to grab a bit of food we travel to a famous sandwich shop down the street called La Petit Vendome for a ham and cheese sandwich on a baguette. Finally, we end the day picking up macaroons from the famous Laduree shop for the office and family.
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