Jean Touitou Collaborates With Himself for A.P.C's 35th Anniversary Collection

In celebration of his label’s 35th Anniversary, A.P.C. founder and creative Jean Touitou chooses to collaborate with himself for a collection titled”A.P.C. TOUITOU Interaction #17.” A.P.C., which stands for Atelier de Production et de Création, was never one for flamboyant details, and for the upcoming series, Touitou lets the forms, details, and materials do the talking, delivering monochrome pieces rooted in necessity.

“Fashion has become what jazz always was: 20% notes and 80% attitude, as Miles Davis Like to say. This means that you don’t need a huge wardrobe to play well,” writes Jean Touitou. Deciding that we have enough clothes in our closet, Touitou’s upcoming series is concise and to-the-point with select pieces that include military-inspired P43 fatigues featuring velcro logo patches and detachable star pins, “Verdurin”-branded varsity jackets, washed indigo jeans with a chain attached to the side, and knitted Shetland sweaters. Complimentary accessories feature various carrying options found in a washed stone finish with natural leather lining and “A.P.C. Touitou” markings.

The “A.P.C. Touitou Interaction #17” collection will be available in stores and online from November 3. Take a look at the post below for Touitou’s full take on his upcoming “collaboration.”

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