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Counting herself among the latter, Nancy Gabriel, a former advertising and film producer, became a frequent visitor—the store had a first home in the Marais and a second location, a 400-square-foot jewel box with interiors by architect Rafael de Cárdenas, in Saint-Germain—and befriended the owner, Guillaume Excoffier.