A.P.C. x Nike Air Max 1
After much anticipation, the A.P.C. x Nike Air Max 1 sneakers are finally available, & I am not mad at these at all. The sneakers feature a nice balance between functionality & style, dropping in a navy blue upper with matching laces, an olive green Nike logo, & finishing off with a solid white sole. Read more
A.P.C Fall/Winter 2012
The big-hitting French brand are absolutely on point with their latest a.p.c Fall/Winter release for women, which went on sale today. Read more
A.P.C shows its support for the worldwide arts and culture industry as well as it’s most promising creative individuals through a collaboration with Art Berlin Contemporary. Read more
Prints are a great way to spice up any outfit, no matter your style. Apparently a lot of brands agree, as prints on unconventional pieces of the wardrobe are in a lot of the summer collections. The ethnic patterns are everywhere at the moment and the prep college logos are still on a lot of sweaters. Even the army camo prints haven't died out yet. I'm myself usually quite a minimalistic dresser, but even I am looking into buying some printed pieces. The good thing about them is that they can really make an outfit pop, even if you only let a little bit of them show. Here's five of my favorites at the moment:
1. Leopard-print Sweater from APC.
The french company APC usually gets it right, even if they're usually very minimalistic. You need some guts to wear this the right way, but I think it could look really good with the right outfit.
2. Paisley shirt from Junya Watanabe.
Another bold garment, from a designer who's an expert in this field.
3. Ethnic Pattern Shirt from Our Legacy.
Quite eccentric print from the swedish company Our Legacy. Can be bought at www.tresbienshop.com
4. Paisley-Print Shorts from Etro.
Really love this kind of subtle print. A lot easier to wear, of course.
5. Flower-Print Shirt from Hartford.
Have to say I really like these flower prints. Like I wrote before, these can really look great when you don't show all of them, maybe wearing a sport jacket or cardigan to cover some of it.