TEN PIECES began as the brainchild of Maurice Terzini of Bondi Icebergs fame and Ian Nessick of Restricted Premises. Following a successful launch in 2011 and the more recent pop-up store in March, Terzini is back in the driver’s seat for his second TEN PIECES collection that will be showcased in a guerrilla store in Melbourne.


The vision behind TEN PIECES is simple: 10 pieces, all unisex, all interchangeable. “It’s all about finding a personal uniform that is modern, timeless and provides for easy dressing” say Terzini. This explains why everything is black and white, allowing the fashion-forward to mix and match the entire collection with ease. Inspired by parkour, boxing and Japanese punk, TEN PIECES’s latest has a strong sporty influence for those who like their clothing comfortable yet on point.

Those intrigued can check out the pop-up store at 10 Crossley Street from 6 November. Expect an online store to be launched before Christmas.

The Ten Pieces pop-up runs from Thursday November 6 until sold out.

Hours
Mon to Wed 10–6pm
Thurs & Fri 10am – 7pm
Sat 10am–6pm

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