Christmas come early for that boutique: Scarlett Johansson racks up the sales at YSL boutique in Paris
09:36 GMT, 26 September 2012
Some shops have already brought out the promotional displays gearing up for the festive season.
And it certainly felt like Christmas had come early for one designer Boutique in Paris after Scarlett Johansson paid a visit yesterday afternoon.
The 27-year-old actress was seen leaving the Yves Saint Laurent store with a number of shopping bags, suggesting she had racked up quite an impressive bill.
Shop 'till you drop: Scarlett Johansson was seen leaving a YSL boutique laden with bags and a big bouquet of flowers
Inside the store Scarlett was aided by not one but two friendly assistants as she shopped the latest offerings from the label.
It seemed that the actress was in the mood to show off her wild side trying on a number of leopard print scarves.
The neck wear certainly doesn't come cheap with a silk version starting at 405, but with winter fast approaching it seems that Scarlett was more interested in the wool and cashmere version, which cost 650.
Ready to drop some cash: Scarlett was seen arriving at the boutique with just a small bag but she was clearly in the mood to shop
What tickles your fancy: Scarlett seemed in a great mood as she entered the store
Wild thing: The 27-year-old actress was seen trying on a series of pricey leopard print scarves
Scarlett arrived at the store wrapped up against the autumn weather conditions in a thick grey coat and a pair of jeans.
But instead of wearing study footwear she opted for a pair of brown suede clogs instead.
And instead of sporting her blonde locks down and around her face Scarlett had her hair pulled back into a messy pony tail.
Scarlett is set to embrace her song and dance skills in the hit musical Cat on a Hot Tin Roof this December on Broadway.
Heavy load: The actress didn't enlist any help carrying to her haul away from the store
Designer fan: Scarlett had not one but two rather large YSL bags
The feline role as Maggie the Cat marks her first performance on Broadway since winning a Tony in the Arthur Miller play A View from a Bridge opposite Liev Schreiber in 2010.
On the news of the announcement, Johansson said: 'I am so thrilled to return to Broadway and feel incredibly fortunate to be doing so with Rob Ashford and such gifted actors.'