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A.P.C. opened their Bond Street store over the weekend, bringing their New York City store count to four. The new outpost is second only in size to the Mercer Street shop, and it's the first U.S. store with two levels. The first floor offers the full collection, plus accessories, for men and women, while the lower level houses the requisite denim parlour.
The shop is swathed in pale oak and accented with aluminum fixtures, meant to pay homage to Bond Street, which once housed multiple scrap metal workshops (the last one of those is actually just next door to the new boutique). Next up on the neighborhood watch list is the 3.1 Phillip Lim store just around the corner at 48 Great Jones Street.
· 3.1 Phillip Lim Confirmed For Second Store on Great Jones! [Racked NY]
· A.P.C. Is Plotting Four New Stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn [Racked NY]