As it Happened | Maison E. GOYARD | A Continuous Lean.

As it Happened | Maison E. GOYARD

Jan 21st, 2011 | Categories: As it happened, Paris | by Michael Williams

352 Rue St Honoré, Paris France | 3:14 pm Friday, January 21st, 2011.

Comments: 12

12 Comments to “As it Happened | Maison E. GOYARD”

  1. Mariah
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 3:23 PM

    Jealous. When I die and go to heaven I hope there are Goyard trunks for everyone. Of course if I go to hell I hope they are there too. Whatever’s clever, you know?

  2. Ye Ole General
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 4:31 PM

    Boxes! I love boxes (trunks,luggage, cases, compartments whatever) I love boxes. Wood and leather, I bet that store has a fantastic fragrance.

  3. PatagoniaCommunity
    on Jan 21st, 2011
    @ 7:15 PM

    Loving the Europe pics. Heading to England, France, and Italy in about three months–your photos are getting me pumped!

  4. My Affair with Michael Bastian
    on Jan 22nd, 2011
    @ 9:04 AM

    Goyard trunks…

  5. CK
    on Jan 22nd, 2011
    @ 10:45 AM

    I’ve shopped Goyard for the dog related items — leases, collars — not impressed. On the other hand, the trunks are nice.

  6. Terrapin Stationers
    on Jan 22nd, 2011
    @ 12:45 PM

    It’s the perfect looking shop

  7. Stephen
    on Jan 22nd, 2011
    @ 2:57 PM

    colette is on this street. I got some sneakers from there not too long ago.

  8. Mr__Fuji
    on Jan 23rd, 2011
    @ 11:10 AM

    Store is a huge disappointment. Don’t go out of the way to visit. Better off spending more time in the Water Bar at colette.

  9. bryan g
    on Jan 23rd, 2011
    @ 2:47 PM

    hopefully when colette finally goes out of business (after the trendoids run dry), goyard can move into their space.

  10. Ramalhoni
    on Jan 24th, 2011
    @ 7:31 AM

    Those Goyard trunks are just Perfect!!!!… I’m in love with them…. Did you get any?

  11. Brett
    on Jan 24th, 2011
    @ 9:20 AM

    I’d paint three murals for some of that luggage.

  12. Mellissa
    on Jan 25th, 2011
    @ 12:50 AM

    I love big trunks. . .especially old ones and old vintage suitcases. I wonder, if I could figure out how to attach wheels to them. That’s the only thing stopping my crazy ass from dragging them through an airport. ;-)