A.P.C. 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.