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If you’re already a fan of French store A.P.C., we have good news for you: The brand opened a sister shop in the West Village featuring the label’s clean, crisp clothing and accessories, plus limited-edition collaborations and A.P.C. vintage duds. Some collabs on our radar include Tooshie striped bikinis ($265) and A.P.C. x Carhartt men’s tees with pockets ($68). Also find A.P.C. staples, such as men’s button-down plaid shirts with removable collars ($180), cotton crew-neck dresses ($250), sporty parkas ($530) and collections of raw, stretch Japanese jeans ($175–$230). The truly denim-obsessed will be psyched to hear about a special service where customers can trade in their used A.P.C. jeans for a new pair at half the price. The returned styles will be marked with the original owner’s initials, washed, repaired and then resold in the A.P.C. vintage section, creating a full circle of life for the preused pants.