A.P.C.'s raw denim jeans have been the perfect offering of minimalist bottoms for the past 30 years, and with the introduction of its Butler Program, customers have submitted their broken-in or old A.P.C. denim that is defined by its unique worn-in look and attractive patina, which begins a second life through A.P.C. once more.

For next year, denim jeans acquired from the program will be sold in special hand-painted editions by founder Jean Touitou that have been painted at A.P.C.'s headquarters at rue Madame in Paris. The paint splattered aesthetic essentially covers the silhouette for a truly vibrant and one-of-a-kind offering.

Extremely limited to 100 pieces only at select A.P.C. flagships worldwide, availability is scheduled for Thursday, January 18, 2018.

In the meantime, you can shop the brand's Pre-Spring 2018 collection now.

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