Printemps ("spring" (season) in French; ) is a French department store (French: grand magasin, literally "big store").

The flagship Printemps store is located on Boulevard Haussmann in the IXe arrondissement of Paris along with other well-known department stores like Galeries Lafayette. There are other Printemps stores in Paris and throughout France. In addition, the store has opened branches outside France, in locations including Andorra, the Ginza shopping district in Tokyo and Jeddah. The store in Seoul, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore which opened in 1980s, and the one in Taipei which opened in 1993 are closed.

The only North American branch was a franchised location in Denver, Colorado, at the Broadway Plaza Shopping Center, which opened in 1987. It is now closed.

Printemps was previously owned by the PPR group, the parent company of Gucci and FNAC.

The figures of the Four Seasons on the façade were sculpted by French sculptor Henri Chapu.

Jaluzot was replaced as owner in 1900 by Gustave Laguionie, after the business came close to collapse. In the early 20th century, the building was then extended along the Boulevard Haussmann by architect René Binet in an art nouveau style. The building burned down, and its interior was rebuilt in the 1920s.

A remarkable feature of the Haussmann store is an elaborate cupola above the main restaurant in the store, installed during the 1923 reconstruction. In 1939, to avoid the risk that it would be destroyed in bombing attacks, the cupola was dismantled and stored at Clichy. It was restored in 1973 by the grandson of its original designer, using plans that had been kept in the archives of the family business. In 1975, the façade and cupola of the building were registered as historical monuments.

Their slogan, invented in 1996, is "Au Printemps, nous avons des vêtements!", which is sung as a catchy jingle on advertisements.

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