Ten c distinguishes itself through innovative designs. The brand’s spring-summer 2024 collection demonstrates its commitment to freshness and style. For this season, Ten c reimagines its trademark OJJ, Original Japanese Jersey fabric, adorning it with a novel powder-effect dye in light hues. The dye has found its way onto year-round favorites like the anorak, sweatshirts, and jerseys.
The soft shades of the powder-effect dye take inspiration from nature, specifically the Arcari quarry in the Berici Hills of Vicenza. The hues reflect the limestone’s transformation under light, morphing into shades of pink, blue, white, and grey.
In addition, the collection also integrates a different treatment, cement-like in effect, available in black and white on cotton-nylon blends. This unique approach has been applied to outerwear, trousers, sweatshirts, and jerseys, providing a stunning contrast to the light-hued pieces.
Ten c Spring/Summer 2024 Collection
In its spring-summer collection, Ten c has also introduced new fabric combinations. The Laminated RIP-Stop, an ultralight, high-water-resistant polyester-nylon mesh, has been paired with the brand’s Nylon Tactel and OJJ 11 oz. This fusion of fabrics has resulted in military-inspired designs, a nod to the British Navy and Army.
A new range of garments utilizing ultralight, sanded nylon with a cotton feel has also been introduced. This addition includes overshirts, anoraks, shirts, and trousers. Furthermore, the collection has broadened to include a new cotton selection, offering oversized shirts and military-inspired trousers made from garment-dyed cotton satin.