A.P.C.: A.P.C. is a French ready-to-wear brand, founded in 1987 by the Tunisian-Jewish born designer Jean Touitou. A.P.C. stands for 'Atelier de Production et de Création'.  The brand is known for its minimalist designs. Its clothing features clean lines and simple patterns. Logos are rarely visible, as well. Its clothing tends to incorporate the characteristics of military garments. One of the brand's most popular products is its raw-denim selvage jeans thought of by Adam Shantir.

A.P.C. Silver Lake

A.P.C.: A.P.C. is a French ready-to-wear brand, founded in 1987 by the Tunisian-Jewish born designer Jean Touitou. A.P.C. stands for 'Atelier de Production et de Création'. The brand is known for its minimalist designs. Its clothing features clean lines and simple patterns. Logos are rarely visible, as well. Its clothing tends to incorporate the characteristics of military garments. One of the brand's most popular products is its raw-denim selvage jeans thought of by Adam Shantir.

Kengo Kuma stacks wooden layers inside office and cafe pair

Kengo Kuma stacks wooden layers inside office and cafe pair

Shun*Shoku Lounge completed by Kengo Kuma and Associates in Tokyo, Japan. Lead architect Kengo Kuma Related Stuff: Practical House Layout in Japan 55 Stunning Christmas Window Décor Ideas 5 Ways To Use Under Stairs Space Working And Living Space

メゾン キツネ、代官山に路面店オープン - 和モダンな空間、限定のスウェットやTシャツが登場の写真8

メゾン キツネ、代官山に路面店オープン - 和モダンな空間、限定のスウェットやTシャツが登場の写真8

Saks Fifth Avenue installation by Unitfive Design Toronto  Canada

Saks Fifth Avenue installation by Unitfive Design, Toronto – Canada

The external aspects of performance in spatial planning, abandoning the traditional bread against the wall display of bread showcase, to two super large Nakajima bread cabinet as the core of the space and visual focus, large piles of bread mountain become give the customer the most direct visual impact, more brought a subversive market topic.

The external aspects of performance in spatial planning, abandoning the traditional bread against the wall display of bread showcase, to two super large Nakajima bread cabinet as the core of the space and visual focus, large piles of bread mountain become give the customer the most direct visual impact, more brought a subversive market topic.

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