fashion party bam bam is coming to london
Ahead of the inaugural London event, A.P.C.'s creative director Jean Touitou discusses the vibe at a BAM BAM party.
slow fashion pioneer jessica ogden wants to teach you how to make your own clothes
As Jessica Ogden: Still opens up to the public, we talk curation, craft, customisation and care with the pioneering artist and designer.
a.p.c. release a range of tees collaborating with french musicians
Beautiful band T-shirts that aren’t Joy Division.
louis w. for a.p.c.’s new film centres on a love between two girls
And it reminds us of Blue is the Warmest Colour.
louis w. for a.p.c. film wins big at berlin fashion film festival
Their timeless tale of urban youth, Audition, received three awards at the annual festival.
can fashion still have a political ambition?
In 2003, i-D asked two hundred fashion designers if fashion can have a political ambition. It was the Blair years and Katharine Hamnett sent models down the catwalk wearing T-shirts that read, ‘STOP WAR, BLAIR OUT’ in protest of the invasion of Iraq...
apc's jean touitou talks about the new london store
The brand’s owner Jean Touitou – insistently apologetic after a recent race row - sets up shop on Soho’s Lexington Street.
rock it, wear it, the future of fashion is music
Last year a starry new league of fashion royalty were in ascendance. In just twelve months music’s monarchs went from filling our ears to filling our wardrobes, not just inspiring the trends we saw on catwalks and sidewalks but defining them. As Kanye...
jean touitou, dirty works
Beautiful, raw, indigo denim and immaculate tailoring are at the heart of A.P.C. But it’s time to start all over again. Fashion’s king of denim has reset the agenda, which is no bad thing if the prevailing mode has left you feeling a little bit stiff...