A.P.C. was founded in 1987 by Jean Touitou and stands for Atelier de Production et de Création. While inspired by military workwear, the brand is know for its clean lines and minimalist designs. A.P.C. has collaborated with many high profile music artists and fashion brands over the years.
The brand started out as a jeans brand using only raw Japanese selvedge denim, which is still used today. They tend to fade quickly when worn, allowing denim enthusiasts to achive a lot of wear and fade quickly if they wish.
This regular fit A.P.C. jacket is made from a luxurious wool blend. It is fully lined and features a soft faux leather shoulder pads and elbow patches, a natural horn button closure and large patch pockets.
This signature slim cut A.P.C. jeans is made from a unwashed heavyweight Japanese denim fabric. It features a red selvedge and minimal detailing.
This staple straight cut A.P.C. jeans is made from a heavy 14oz Japanese denim and features a red selvedge, button fly and minimal detailing.
This slim fit A.P.C. trouser is made from a premium cotton and wool blend herringbone fabric. It features front pleats, belt loops and in seam pockets.
A.P.C. presents Transmission, a book that tells the story of the brand as well as its founder in three chapters, with the clothes, objects, images, places, music, and events Jean Touitou remembered to be significant from the last thirty years.