Haute-couture designer Jacques Doucet (1853–1929) didn’t limit himself to the appreciation of finely cut fabrics. His former home is now a showcase for the international artworks that he and his wife collected over their lifetimes—from 16th-century buddhas and Louis XVI chairs to Degas’s famous dancers and canvases by Cézanne, Sisley, and Modigliani. Temporary exhibitions have showcased works by Pierre Bonnard, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, David Hockney and Vincent Van Gogh.