Fashion

Perfect Parisian patchwork

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With the age of eco-friendly fashion upon us, French label A.P.C.’s owner and founder Jean Touitou has enlisted the help of fashion designer Jessica Ogden, dubbed the “patchwork queen”, to put the label’s archived fabric to good use with a series of limited edition patchwork quilts.

Ranging in three different sizes (small, medium and large) and seven unique designs, not only will these look stylishly chic on the end of any bed but it gives customers the chance to invest in the history of the brand which is known for its simple and well-designed separates.

Drawing inspiration from similar quilts that Touitou’s mother made from Kenzo fabrics and Ogden’s books on the craft movement in 1970’s America, these pieces embrace both fun playful design and eco-friendly philosophy.

Don’t worry if you don’t manage to get your hands on one when the collection is released on 28 October as the first drop will be immediately followed by another collection of 7 equally stunning quilts.

Alternatively start cutting up your old clothes and get crafty!

Credit: prices from £375-£695, apc.fr