House of Waris is famous for the extended infinity rings which were all over the press last year.  Diane Pernet did an extensive write up on his jewellery last year and as she clearly states, unless you have 11,000 euros to drop, owning a piece of Waris ain’t gonna happen. 

So when I received my A.P.C. winter 2007 catalogue in the post last week, I was pleasantly surprised to see that House of Waris had produced a range of significantly more affordable jewellery for A.P.C.  I like that the jewellery is a perfect balance between A.P.C. and Waris.  If you look at the picture below, you might also recognise Waris as the guy who played Vikram Ray in the Wes Anderson film, Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Comments (3)

  1. oh my god did you see those ballet flats slash brogues???!

  2. ping says:

    susie, i’m curious as to how you get the a.p.c catalogues.
    do you get look books as well? or are they the same?
    reckon they’ll ship to singapore?
    thank you,
    an avid fan of your blog

  3. susie_bubble says:

    I get the catalogues sent automatically – on the European and US site, you just sign up to the mailing list, and they’ll send you one. I don’t get the lookbooks – they’re reserved for buyers I think and are much nicer than the catalogues.
    You will have to phone up APC to check if they ship to Singapore? I know I receive a catalogue when I’m at home in Hong Kong as well so they might have an Asian catalogue distributing office?

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