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A.P.C.'s New Collection Of Quilts Made From Leftover Fabric

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    You already know that A.P.C. is the best when it comes to dressing your body. The French brand has also recently positioned itself to be the go-to company to dress your bed as well. A.P.C. has just released their second line of hand-stitched patchwork quilts, crafted from material used in past seasons’ garments. The line of seven colorful comforters conjures up images of dusty country houses and top-bunks that once belonged to pesky younger brothers. Quilt 8A is a perfect showcase of light and dark greatest-hits fabrics from the A.P.C.’s past—stripes, dots, and checks all included. The end result is an eye-tricking square pattern. Quilt 6B’s combination of plaid and floral is like the personification of your dream rural escape. Elevating your bed’s style with the best of France’s cool minimalism is not exactly cheap. An A.P.C. quilt will run you anywhere from just over $500 to just under $1,000. But did we mention the quilts are exclusive? Only about 30 copies of each quilt were made, which we can only guess means they won’t be around for too long. (A.P.C.)

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