10 Facts About Acne Jeans


Acne Jeans Studios is a multidisciplinary luxury fashion house based in Stockholm, Sweden that specializes in men's and women's ready-to-wear fashion, footwear, accessories and denim.

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Acne Jeans Studios was founded in 1996 in Stockholm, Sweden as part of the creative collective ACNE that focused on graphic design, film, production and advertising.

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Since launching, Acne Jeans Studios has grown into a global fashion house with retail stores around the world including Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, Antwerp and Tokyo, offering women's and men's ready-to-wear collections, showing at Paris Fashion Week twice a year and turning over $215 million annually in 2016.

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Acne Jeans Studios avoids traditional forms of marketing and advertising, choosing instead to publish a biannual magazine called Acne Jeans Paper.

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Acne Jeans Paper covers the disciplines of art, fashion, photography, design, architecture, academia, and culture.

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Contributors to Acne Jeans Paper have included Carine Roitfeld, Noam Chomsky, David Lynch, Lord Snowdon, Azzedine Alaia, Mario Testino, Sarah Moon, Tilda Swinton and Paolo Roversi.

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Acne Jeans Studios has collaborated widely with representatives from the creative industries to produce limited edition collections.

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In 2019, Acne Jeans Studios released capsule clothing collections made in collaboration with Starter Black Label and with NBA player Russel Westbrook.

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In 2020, Acne Jeans Studios released a capsule clothing collection featuring artwork from Monster in My Pocket.

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Acne Jeans Studios has retail locations around the world including Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Munich, Berlin, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Milan, Melbourne, Sydney, Antwerp, London, Paris, Oslo, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Nagoya, Seoul, Chengdu, Beijing, and Shanghai.

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