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What do you get when you multiply A.P.C.'s comfortable, minimalist take on American and French casual wear by the pretty, primped, lovingly glam aesthetic of former Azzaro designer Vanessa Seward? You get some very, very, very enchanted Refinery29 editors. Seriously, this could be the collab closest to Refinery's beating heart. Seward has added femininity, shimmer, and true glamour to A.P.C.'s admirable purity, while A.P.C. has toned down her girlie drama and added a bit of comfortable heritage to her fabric selections. The children of this short-term marriage are sexy, sweet, and definitely stealing our hearts. For your own sake, follow this little slideshow to the very end — it'll make your day.
Photo: Courtesy A.P.C.
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