Ever wondered what success in fashion looks like? We imagine it might look a little like this. Tunisian-French creative director and founder of A.P.C., Jean Touitou recently let the New York Journal into his Parisian home and now we’re all having serious interior envy.
With a childhood spent among the sunbaked rooftops, palm tree-shaded streets and fragrant markets of Tunis, Tunisia, Touitou’s home is reflective of this warm 60’s vibe with wood grain furniture, olive colours and sepia lights.
The space is laid back, but full of life and culture. Retro appliances meet modern ones, blond elm wood covers the walls and floors of one room and the next is a cool sanctuary of white and grey marble, and warm textures of crochet, fur and wool lie in contrast against modern, geometric and authentic art pieces.
It’s also located close to the city’s 6th arrondissement, known for exemplifying Parisian bohemianism which is also a cornerstone of the A.P.C. brand with its offering of classic must-haves.