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In recent years, we’ve seen A.P.C. expand its retail presence exponentially in Japan, but elsewhere in Asia, its contemporary men’s and women’s silhouettes resonate equally well. Although its collections have been available in Manila have been available in select multi-brand shops for quite some time, the city lacked a branded retail space. Well, that was yesterday. A standalone A.P.C. store has opened its doors at the Rockwell Center, a massive shopping and office complex in the city’s leafy Makati district. The store occupies a glass-encased unit at the Power Plant Mall, a separate section within the complex, and features an interior design by Paris-based architect and longtime collaborator Laurent Deroo. The store sees a backdrop and tiered displays crafted from intricately stacked wooden logs. Additional furnishings include timber clothing rack units, while shelving has been created within the timber back wall panel. The waxed concrete flooring, which features the A.P.C. logo painted onto it, ties in with an exposed ceiling which lays bare a myriad of utility pies. The new A.P.C. store carries a selection of the brand’s men’s and women’s apparel, accessories, bags, and small leather goods.

Designed by Laurent Deroo
Images © A.P.C.


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