Shopping in Paris\nA bonus of traveling to Europe for Fashion Week? The clothes, of course! Here’s what W’s fashion market and accessories director has her eye on.\nMy favorite piece from Aurélie Bidermann’s new collection of fine jewelry with exquisite little charms. \n\n Aurélie Bidermann charm bracelet, $4570, available at barneys.com.\nEven just one stop at the beautiful Givenchy store will be dangerous—I want everything, but especially this skirt. \n\n Givenchy skirt, $1200, net-a-porter.com.\nEven though it seems like every fashion editor has these Junya Watanabe jeans, I still want them. \n\n Junya Watanabe jeans, $800, net-a-porter.com.\nI spotted this chic shirt while window-shopping, and fell in love instantly. \n\n Claudine Pierlot chance shirt, $212, ClaudinePierlot.com.\nSilver accents are the easiest way to dress up a pair of jeans. \n\n Saint Laurent cat boot, $795, ysl.com.\nSara Battaglia shows her collections in Milan, but the bags are a perfect fit in Paris. See: Giovanna Battaglia’s even matched the bathroom at our hotel Royal Monceau. \n\n Sara Battaglia Teresa pearls bag, similar styles start at $865, available at Saks, Intermix, and Kirna Zabete.\nMy husband finally agreed to buy me this ring—yes, with the ruby! \n\n Marie-Hélène de Taillac Crown Rubis Swivel ring, $7200, available at the Marie-Hélène de Taillac NY store.\nAfter the Sonia Rykiel Fall 2014 show today, I was reminded about just how Parisian the house is. \n\n Sonia by Sonia Rykiel lip-covered trench coat, $550, KirnaZabete.com.\nThis is a must-stop destination in Paris; the pieces are truly beautiful. \n\n Carine Gilson lace- trimmed silk satin camisole and lace-trimmed silk-satin shorts, $465, and camisole, $840, net-a-porter.com.\nI saw my friend—the stylist Ludivine Poiblanc—wearing it, and I had to have it immediately! \n\n Celine scarf, $1450, available at Barneys NY.