Piecing Together an A.P.C. Quilt by

Issue 9 · High/Low Design · March 2, 2012

Piecing Together an A.P.C. Quilt

Issue 9 · High/Low Design · March 2, 2012

We've long admired cult French fashion label A.P.C.'s quilts, but have shied away from the price tag. Luckily, we've come across a way to take home a small piece, thanks to Anthropologie.

The A.P.C. quilts are a collaboration between fashion designer Jessica Odgen and A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou. Touitou was inspired by his mother (she sewed quilts out of textile scraps from Kenzo) to make these quilts, which are pieced together from archival A.P.C. fabrics in traditional motifs. A.P.C. sells the quilts online, and Anthropologie carries pillows with A.P.C. quilted covers.

A.P.C. French quilt

Above: Quilt 14 in lilac is $515 from A.P.C. Online. Photograph by Marko MacPherson.

Semiologie Quilted Pillows by A.P.C.

Above: The Semiologie Quilted Pillow in lilac is $68 from Anthropologie.

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