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A.P.C. just celebrated its 25th birthday, and according to today's WWD, plans for their 26th year in business involve a major expansion. In March, the brand will open a 1,500-square-foot store on Bond Street, which will join its three other outposts on Mercer Street, West Fourth Street, and Perry Street.
Jean Touitou, the company's owner, also told the paper that he's looking at locations in Tribeca and the Upper East Side. As far as other boroughs are concerned, he mentioned that they're also shooting for a location in Brooklyn, though no specific neighborhood was mentioned.
· A.P.C. Seeks to Elevate Presence in U.S. Market [WWD]
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