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Fashion July, 10 2014

Ten C – Carefully Crafted Outerwear Inspired by Military Cuts

End Clothing present a quick guide to quietly brilliant outerwear label Ten C. The Emperor’s New Clothes if you’re a stickler for full names, designers Alessandro Pungetti and Paul Harvey of Stone Island and C.P. Company know a thing or two about next level coats and jackets. Looking to the past with their vast collection of vintage military, as well as pushing forward new techniques and designs, their trademark is the polyester/nylon blend Japanese jersey shell, treated to take on a new look and life as it ages. Unique to its wearer over time and as durable as it gets, these come with a price tag reflecting the time and manpower taken to make each one. Testimony to their straightforward approach, the jackets are free from flashy branding and logos – inside you’ll find the handwritten size, a little hello from the Italian dude who lovingly put together your new coat. If you’re ready to commit, head here.
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