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Le Petit Souk, a fun bazaar-like children’s shop

Le Petit Souk, literally “the little souk” is a fun and quirky small concept store for kids’ toys, home decor and accessories. Mathilde, the owner, opened her first shop in 2005 in Lille. Her lovely selection of happy and fun objects for kids quickly attracted many customers. In 2008 she opened a second shop in Bordeaux, quickly followed by new boutiques all around France. There are 6 Le Petit Souk in Paris up to date (in the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 11th, 16th and 17th arrondissements)!

The last one to open was the shop on rue de Passy in the 16th arrondissement. Like at all others you immediately recognize the brand’s unique way of arranging their cute selection upon entering the shop. It truly feels like a happy bazar inside or a souk, as you would have guessed. Plus, it is a lovely addition to this street where shops are more about main-street fashion. The vibrant colors and slightly eccentric vibe of the shop makes for unique finds and original presents.

Whether on the lookout for a little souvenir or a treat for your kids, you will find about everything at Le Petit Souk. From cute baby essentials to fun lunch boxes and dishes including lovely home decor, all sorts of toys and games, pompom baskets, machine washable rugs, beautiful stationery, soy candles, jewels, fashion and party essentials! Brands selection includes Babyccino favourites like Louise Misha, Easy Peasy, Aden & Anais, etc… and many more.

Le Petit Souk
65 rue de Passy
75016 Paris
Open Monday from 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM and Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM


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