Premium streetwear label Ten Pieces collaborated with Woolmark Company to create Vertical Stripes, a unisex collection that paid homage to suburban gangs of the ’60s and ’70s.

Showing at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, M35 help shape the story of the collection through a graphic identity, campaign, lookbook, digital and show collateral.

“Unisex is definitely here to stay, it’s modern, it’s easy, and at times it’s actually sexier!”
Maurice Terzini
Co-founder, Ten Pieces

Client:
Ten Pieces

Partners:
Website – Liquid Protocol

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