As much as I'm a diehard fan of A.P.C., sometimes I find their clean cut basics a little too basic. Even for my understated tastes. 

With the spring 2013 collection and its loose 70s references, however, I've decided to rededicate myself to the A.P.C. aesthetic. Particularly if it involves those granny styled sunglasses; I have a similar pair of frames that I hardly ever wear, but the styling from this presentation has encouraged me to consider them with fresh eyes. 

The palette, as usual, is perfect. Just right shades of sky blue with the very popular oxblood and dashes of navy and white, all begging to be mixed and matched in every way imaginable. 

My favourite look?

It has to be the latter combination, complete with the clutch. I won't be wearing anything that short for quite a few months, but the instant spring rolls around...


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The Volume

  • Au Courant Vol. 02
    Edwin Jacobs, director of Centraal Museum Utrecht
    Looking around Gerrit Rietveld's modern space 
    Curator Martin van Nieuwenhuyzen on the artist's retrospective
    In studio with the Los Angles sculptor
    Works by Nadia Huggins, Monika Holzer alongside Rebecca Martin, Mark Jason-Weston, and Nick Wilkins. Literary writings by L.T. Harris, Caroline Mackenzie, and Breanne Mc Ivor.
    With Astier de Villatte, HER swimwear, Mariage Frères, Hôtel de NELL, La Garconne, Cahiers d'Art, and Rosemanclub.
    By Lisa-Marie Harris.
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Of Interest

Astier de Villatte Incense and Pottery
Astier de Villatte

Fine Japanese incense blends and hand-crafted pottery from the Parisian home wares maison.
Japanese made eyewear from Rosemanclub
Rosemanclub Eyewear

Japanese made eyewear inspired by classic shapes, from Thailand's Rosemanclub Eyewear.
Mariage Frères Thé Maison
Mariage Frères Thé

Exquisite loose leaf, speciality, and blended herbal teas from the longstanding Parisian Maison.
Gerrit Rietveld Furniture Design
Hôtel de NELL, Paris

An understated, modernist 5-star hotel & spa with a minimalist design outlook in the heart of Paris.