French shopaholics hitting the streets of Paris could now be going home with a man in their shopping baskets.
Nestling in the heart of one of the city's main shopping districts, the 'adopt-a-guy' (adopte-un-mec) boutique opened its doors this week promising a high-end shopping experience for Parisians searching for Mr Right.
Eligible bachelors dressed in quirky costumes posed in mock toy boxes - a whole row of Kens waiting to meet their Barbies.
Meanwhile crowds of women browsed the boutique to see what was on offer, posing for photos with guys who caught their eyes.
The idea comes from French dating website 'adopteunmec.com.' Created in 2008, it invites men to sign up and post profiles online for a cost of one euro a day. Women are then free to trawl the profiles and get in touch with whichever man takes their fancy.
The 'adopt-a-guy' shop only has a short-term lease but it will head to several other French and Swiss cities in the coming weeks, including Lausanne, Lyon and Toulouse.