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A.P.C. Vintage Pop-Up Store

December 12, 2011

A new vintage concept by the French label in the Stachus shopping area

  • Text by Sylvia Weber

An interesting change has taken place at the former rundown and touristy, underground shopping area Stachus, in the very centre of Munich. After months of renovation the commercial area shines new, however does remain somewhat mainstream in fashion choices. This combined with the unclaimed spaces because of the incredibly high rent has seen the area reach out to smaller, avant garde fashion stores and labels who could not normally afford to be in such a commercial quarter.

Munich´s popular store for Scandinavian fashion - Flottenheimer - recently opened their temporary boutique at Stachus and last Tuesday A.P.C. celebrated the opening of their one-month project. A.P.C. collections and high fashion vintage under the name No.2 has opened opposite to Flottenheimer. And all of a sudden the Stachus area has been infiltrated by Munich´s creative scene, in an area far from the usual creative quarters filled with small stores and galleries.

Satellite Voices stopped by A.P.C. No.2 to take a look at their awesome range of vintage dresses, accessories and A.P.C. goods.

A.P.C. No.2 @

Stachus Untergeschoss, Karlsplatz 1

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