Simone Pérèle and David Jones are giving you the chance to win a trip for 2 to Paris! You'll spend 5 magical nights at the luxurious 5 star Hotel San Regis, located just behind the famous luxury hot-spot ‘Avenue Montaigne’. Immerse yourself in all that Paris has to offer with the world's largest antique markets, the architectural charm of the Arc De Triomphe, the beauty of the Tuileries Gardens and the mouth-watering patisseries at Fauchon.  

First Prize includes:

2 x Return Economy Class flights to Paris
5 nights accommodation at the 5-Star Hotel San Regis
5 Runner Up prizes of a $250 lingerie wardrobe

To enter, purchase a full-priced Simone Pérèle bra and enter here 


Paris is one of the finest cities in the world for shopping.

From the world’s largest antique markets in Montmarte, to the high fashion boutiques and haute couture collections along the Avenue Montaigne.

Lose yourself within the walls of labrynth-like shopping centres to peruse the very best of French designers, perfumes and accessories in Printemps, Galeries Lafayette and Le Bon Marche.

Or take a stroll down some of the oldest streets in Paris in Le Marais neighbourhood where the young local fashionistas shop for on-trend finds and vintage boutiques.

Boulevard Saint Germain is a street shoppers won’t want to miss in Paris. Starting at the Seine River in the 7th, this pretty street is lined with trees and beautiful Parisian buildings. It’s a great spot for home décor shops, fashion boutiques and gourmet food shops.


The myriad bistros in Paris with their chic interiors have inspired our collections over the seasons.

From Terminus Nord which inspired the art deco style in our 'Andora' and 'Delice' range, to contemporary brasserie Café Marly at Le Louvre, whose bold colours with gold accents and stunning view of the Louvre pyramid arouse artistic creativity. 

Every tourist must sample the exquisite chocolate at Hediard and the mouth-watering patisseries at Fauchon. 

Have a pre-dinner drink at the bar in Hotel Costes then head to Marius et Janette for a dinner of seafood and people watching. 

Le Village and Brasserie Julien are cult favourites, and you’ll have to take tea at either Angelina Salon de The or Laduree (Champs Elysees) before you leave. 

A final treat in the dining room of Hotel Le Bristol for the most decadent desserts and celebrity spotting will finish off your dining experience.


Discover the magic of Parisian gardens and flower markets, whose colours and textures provide endless creative inspiration for all designers.

Take a stroll through the Tuileries Gardens between the Louvre and place de la Concord, a chic promenade that has been open to the public since the 16th century.

Discover Claude Monet’s sanctuary, the heart of impressionism, at his home and garden in Giverny, where the peaceful surrounds provided subject matter for Monet paintings for 43 years.

The flower markets in Paris attract avid gardeners and wistful wanderers alike. Try the markets in Place Du Madeleine, Île de la Cité or Marché aux Fleurs et aux Oiseaux.

And if you’re in need of a pretty posy, locals swear by famed florist 'By Dani'. The arrangements and unique interior inspired the embroidery found in 'Amour' range.


The history, architectural charm, museums, churches, galleries, monuments and old palaces will keep you searching through the folds of Paris for weeks.
But if you have limited time, these are the places we recommend you see to ensure you leave the city with a sense of its true character, as recommended by the Perele family.
The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, commonly known as the Grand Palais, is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. With some of the world’s most unique and outstanding exhibitions, this is a destination not to be missed.
The bohemian Latin Quarter and the crooked streets of Saint Germain hide bistros, old book shops and the ancient Roman baths for those looking to explore the darker streets.
Must-see museums include Muse de Luxemberg, De Musee Des Beaux Arts de Nantes, Pompedue Centre, Musee and the Musée des Arts Forains.
We recommend setting out very early to visit the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysees’ Arc de Triomphe, gothic cathedral Notre Dame and the Sacre Coeur Basillica to avoid the monstrous queues!
And for some luxury accommodation, we recommend the Hotel Chopin (the inspiration behind this season’s new range 'Joy') Hotel Le Bristol, Hotel Costes and boutique Hotel San Regis.

Behind the scenes with Phillipe Grodner, Global CEO of Simone Perele France