A.P.C. Herringbone Cotton Bomber Jacket

APC Herringbone Cotton Bomber Jacket

First worn by pilots during WW1, the bomber jacket was popularised in the ’70s when scooter and skinhead subcultures adopted it as a symbol of irreverence. A.P.C.’s cotton version has the same ribbed jersey trims as the original but is given a contemporary twist with a subtle herringbone weave and a neat, semi-fitted cut. It’s fully lined in satin-twill and is quilted for light insulation. Style yours over denim or a T-shirt and chinos.

James Chung

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