Its red-brick buildings and roofs of black shale hosted in the past members of the French court, Cardinal Richelieu, and later writers Corneille and Victor Hugo, whose house has been converted into a museum. Located in the heart of the Marais, one of the most ancient and most authentic of Paris, the Place des Vosges symmetric has now become the center of gravity of one of the most fashionable areas – the more capital-branch French.But the square the main shopping part of the Marais, the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, where fashion shops happen and accessories, shoe and perfume craft. And the same in the myriad of streets adjacent. There are shops here the great creators of haute couture – so hopefully we can move to the Faubourg Saint Honore and Avenue Montaigne, "although some of them reside, such as Christian Lacroix and John Galliano. What one finds, instead, in the Marais are the leading brands of ready-wear and you can browse in the shops of young designers in Paris. The last to settle in the Marais has been the Spanish maker Adolfo Dominguez, although not the only Spanish, … Custo Barcelona opened his in the Rue des Rosiers, the heart of the Jewish quarter. Here, the fashion boutiques interspersed with Hebrew bookstores and kosher food establishments.