Ten Pieces is a cooperation of creative minds and artistic collaborators. Every limited offering caters to a curated selection of lifestyle prerequisites from clothing to art, with music being the underlying motivator. The pieces are intended to mix and match — you can wear one at a time or 10 — with each layer creating diverse outfits that will take the wearer to the street or after-party. With influences of original punk through to modern sportswear, the brand serves up contemporary ensembles in an accessible way. At Ten Pieces there are no seasons, only reasons.
This season, Ten Pieces busts open the door of the rude club for their Resort 18 Collection. Combining their signature casual luxe aesthetic with highlights
of punk and ska. The brand's roots in musical subculture are prevalent throughout. Buffalo girls come round the outside, while the specials lay down the beat. 100% Australian merino wool suits sit alongside silk dresses and oversized green coats effortlessly allowing pieces to be interchangeable from rude boy to rude girl.
The brands staple monochrome palette has been highlighted with acid yellows and emerald green. Prints from Shanghai based photographer Robert Nilsson also add a graphic element to key garments, rounding out the offering.