Acne Studios

Founded in 1996 by Jonny Johansson as part of the creative collective ACNE, Acne Studios is a multidisciplinary fashion house known for its ready-to-wear lines, footwear collections, accessories and denim. The brand aims to produce quality clothing that are timeless with a focus on environmental strategy. The brand has grown considerably with 40 retail locations around the world, and flagship stores in Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. ACNE was focused on film, graphic design, production and advertising, and stands for “Ambition to Create Novel Expressions.” In 1997, Johansson, who was the co-founder of ACNE, first created 100 pairs of jeans with red stitching for family and friends. They became very popular and covetable, resulting in Wallpaper Magazine and Vogue Paris picking up on this, urging ACNE to create more apparel and expand beyond denim.

HYPEBEAST Summer Drops: See This Month's Roundup of Apparel, Footwear and Home Decor
Fashion 

HYPEBEAST Summer Drops: See This Month's Roundup of Apparel, Footwear and Home Decor

Presented by Cîroc
Mugler, Acne Studios and Maison Mihara Yasuhiro lead the pack.

Acne Studios Sits Countryside for FW22 Menswear Drop 2
Fashion

Acne Studios Sits Countryside for FW22 Menswear Drop 2

Featuring everything from a hand-painted leather jacket to patchwork trousers.

Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week
Fashion

Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

Featuring the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 Retro and the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1.

Talia Chetrit Intimately Lenses Acne Studios' Musubi Bag Alongside Nude Male Bodies
Fashion

Talia Chetrit Intimately Lenses Acne Studios' Musubi Bag Alongside Nude Male Bodies

Exploring domesticity and sexuality through the artist’s Nikon 35mm camera.

Acne Studios SS23 Presents an Idiosyncratic View of Dressing Up
Fashion

Acne Studios SS23 Presents an Idiosyncratic View of Dressing Up

Showcasing twisted tailoring, fuzzy knitwear and more.


Acne Studios' Paris Flagship is an Ode to a Swedish Skatepark
Design

Acne Studios' Paris Flagship is an Ode to a Swedish Skatepark

With interiors created by Architectura-G.

Acne Studios Goes to Music School for FW22 Face Collection
Fashion

Acne Studios Goes to Music School for FW22 Face Collection

Introducing the “Rainbow Kids.”

Acne Studios Epitomizes Playfulness With Latest Repurposed Capsule
Fashion

Acne Studios Epitomizes Playfulness With Latest Repurposed Capsule

Reimagining woven silk, jersey, fleece and eco-printed denim fabrics.

Angelo Plessas x Acne Studios Merge Spirituality and Technology in Debut Collaboration
Fashion

Angelo Plessas x Acne Studios Merge Spirituality and Technology in Debut Collaboration

Exploring the idea of talismans in contemporary life.

Acne Studios Plays With Distortion on New Lace-Up Sneaker
Footwear

Acne Studios Plays With Distortion on New Lace-Up Sneaker

Branding also takes center stage.

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