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In honor of Paris Men's Fashion Week, we checked in on the banks of the Seine for a taste of what the locals are wearing. Once dismissed as a picturesque tourist trap, the city-spanning river has—in a mere three years—become a prime watering hole, nightlife destination, and all-around hangout. Ignited by the 2012 launch of the exhibition space Cité de la Mode et du Design and continuing with the 2013 pedestrian initiative Les Berges de Seine, the area gained more steam with this month's opening of eatery Bistrot Alexandre III. Photographs by Molly SJ Lowe/Bloomberg Business
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