Most Paris neighborhoods have a women’s clothing shop like Rozaria, pictured here. The clothes are old-fashioned, not luxe, yet expensive. I rarely see customers in the shop, though I do see women in Paris wearing the unfashionable clothing sold in it. Rozaria’s latest windows feature dresses that are so out they are almost in (if you squeeze your eyes and think of the ’80s revival). Though I sometimes roll my eyes at Rozaria, I would be super sad if it were to go under and, worse, if it were replaced with the trendy sort of shops starting to pop up even here in the northern reaches of the 18th: craft beers, wine bars, electronic cigarettes. Hmmm. Maybe I’ll muster the courage to go inside and really check it out.