Come discover the Shoe Park (le Parc à Chaussures) at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann
Welcome to the largest children’s shoe department in Europe. The Galeries Lafayette Shoe Park features a wide selection of luxury brands as well as the most iconic trainers. All the finest shoes can be found on the 5th floor of the Lafayette Coupole.
From Converse to Dr Martens, Karl Lagerfeld Kids and Lacoste, all the major brands are represented in this exceptional setting. The space was designed to look like a skatepark, with a ramp. There’s even a giant screen to keep children entertained while their parents make their selection.
Luxury children’s shoes
In this unique space, every trend is represented through a wide selection of luxury children’s shoe brands. What’s the key to an original look? Elegant yet comfortable shoes that you’ll find at the Shoe Park.
The Shoe Park also features the finest brands of baby shoes; solid, comfortable styles that have been designed to assist baby’s first steps. Every style combines a sophisticated design with soft colours, making them the perfect addition to their smartest outfits. From high-top trainers to pretty sandals and ankle boots, find the finest baby shoe styles at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann.
Bonpoint has been designing quality shoe collections for over 40 years. With unique and painstaking workmanship, delicate stitching and hand embroidery, each pair of trainers, boots and ankle boots is made in the company’s Parisian workshop with the utmost expertise.
Founded by Thomas Burberry in 1856, the English house is still going strong. For children, the shoes are decked out in the famous tartan pattern that has swept the world. Velcro trainers and rain boots are among the house’s legendary designs that celebrate the British touch.
Armani Junior provides girls and boys with quality shoes that are made to last. The house’s signature style is trainers stamped with the Armani logo, available in a subtle and elegant colour palette.
In 2016, Mila Jack took on the crazy challenge of revolutionising slippers for the whole family. The result was soft, elegant slippers with a cosy lining. Mila Jack slippers can be personalised with the children’s initials.
British designer Sophia Webster created her eponymous label in 2012. Inspired by fairy tales and manga characters, she designs sandals, ballerinas and trainers in pastel shades. Each style is adorned with butterfly wings for even more whimsy.
Founded in 1968, the Italian label uses its expertise to create colourful, poppy shoes inspired by children’s favourite cartoons. Monnalisa bases its vision on three core values: originality, style and environmental protection.
The best children’s trainer brands
For the past several seasons, trainers have been a fixture in kids’ wardrobes. From iconic styles to original pairs, a round-up of the best trainers for children.
Founded by board sports enthusiasts in 1966, the American label Vans—known for its cool, relaxed collections—needs no introduction. For a casual look, kids can choose the legendary Old Skool style with Velcro or laces.
Since 2005, Veja has designed eco-friendly trainers made from recycled materials that provide both comfort and style. Fluorescent or dark colour, high or low: you’ll have a hard time choosing!
Converse is worn by both children and adults in their daily lives. The Chuck Taylor is the must-have shoe for a trendy urban mini-look. There’s no age limit for feeling good in a pair of light, comfortable Converse!
There will be sport with Hummel ! The German brand founded in 1923 designs sports shoes for the whole family. The famous blue and white high-top trainers have been adapted for children, for an authentic style.
The Billieblush brand reinterprets the image of the young princess. Fun and ultra girly, Billieblush shoes are just the right amount of quirky and bring a breath of fresh air to children’s fashion.
The three-striped brand from Germany has found its place in children’s wardrobes. Find a unique style, choose the Stan Smith, the Superstar or the Gazelle.
Puma was established in Germany in 1948. A sportwear specialist, the label makes trainers such as the Smash and the Azarun. Trendy, comfortable styles.
Reebok has been innovating with quality trainers since 1895. The brand has left its mark on the history of sport with iconic models such as the Club C and the Royal Classic Jogger, two styles that are also available in a mini version for toddlers.
For 100 years, New Balance has produced high-performance, functional trainers. For the youngest, discover or rediscover the styles that have made the brand so successful, such as the 373, which features Velcro closures and ultra-flashy colours.
LE COQ SPORTIF
Le Coq Sportif has been the benchmark in sport for over 100 years. Discover the brand’s blue, white and red pairs for children, a selection of timeless trainers that offer unrivalled comfort.
Boost your children’s style with designs from the Japanese brand Asics. Founded in 1949, the brand specialises in sport and street shoes such as the Gel-Quantum, available at Galeries Lafayette.
From comfortable boots to Velcro trainers to little leather slippers, it’s impossible not to fall in love with these children’s city shoes. These styles will keep up with them on all their urban adventures!
Every step counts at Robeez. The adventure began in 1994, when its founder, Sandra Wilson, decided to make shoes with extra-soft soles to improve toddlers’ balance. Today, Robeez supports children’s first steps with its fun, colourful creations.
Founded in the southwest of France in 1913, Aster quickly made a name for itself with its Dingo model. This canvas shoe, transformed into a leather sandal, is still a brand essential today.
The iconic shoes of our childhood haven’t aged a bit. Remember the Kick Color, Kick Legend and Orilegend ankle boots? Those styles still go along with children in all their adventures.
The Shoe Park – Lafayette Coupole – 5th Floor