A.P.C. presented its Fall/Winter 2015 presentation at Paris Fashion Week today and the collection included an eclectic mix of styling as well as a new pair of Timberland boots.
In true A.P.C. fashion, the collection mixes pared-down essentials with injections of print, and some modern, interesting styles. Pieces, such as the variety of bombers, including one with a shearling collar—a must-have for any guy living in 2015—wool trousers, blazers, and topcoats, deserve a spot in any dude's closet. But items like the bathrobe-style coat, which we can't thank Ami Leon Doré enough for making trendy, and the pajama pants are better left for the more adventurous guy.
The Parisian brand also unveiled the A.P.C. Timberland boots, which follow the minimalist vibes of the rest of the collection by going completely monochromatic. The boots sent down the runway were either full wheat or charcoal, and have a sleek puffed up collar, as well as ornate gold eyelets.
The unusual styling of the Timbs with the pajama bottoms can probably be attributed to what A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou calls "sartorial dyslexia." According to a journalist from French style publication Inrocks Style, Touitou said during the presentation, "It's nice when you have some sort of sartorial dyslexia, and it turns out to be genius. I like unexpected genius." Typical Touitou.
Check out the images of the full collection below and keep it locked for more details on when exactly you can get your hands on it.