A.P.C.’s Latest Raw Denim Fit Pays Tribute to Its Origins

The Standard follows the fit of the first pair of jeans made by A.P.C.


To celebrate its 30th anniversary, A.P.C., the French clothing company known for its raw denim and high-end basics, has released a new capsule collection called Hiver 87, harkening back to a time when the brand named its collections by season. While the collection features everything from tees to lanyards, the undeniable standout is the new raw denim fit, the Standard, which pays tribute to the first pair of jeans A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou made for the brand. Though straight-legged with a higher waist than other silhouettes offered by A.P.C., the selvedge jeans are constructed from Japanese denim like the Petite Standard, New Standard and Petite New Standard fits. Available now.

Buy Now: $235

Selvedge denim jeans will, with good wear and proper fading, become an expression of yourself. Here’s the best on offer in fit and quality.

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