Unisex streetwear label Ten Pieces launched at Australian Fashion Week back in May 2017 in an unforgettable runway show that saw models parading the threads through a completely drained Bondi Icebergs pool (how could we forget). So it's hardly surprising that the label's designer Maurice Terzini is launching his latest collection in another not-your-run-of-the-mill way. Terzini - known for launching Bondi Icebergs and The Dolphin in Surry Hills - will launch his latest collection, Disco SottaSopra, with a with a guerrilla store in the heart of the label's home, Bondi Beach.

Alongside its signature casual luxe aesthetic, the brand enforces its ideology of a sustainable future by showcasing a limited-edition range of customized dead-stock military pieces. Think bomber jackets, boiler suits and trousers along with a range of customised military-style canvas peices. The 'day-to-night' collection will also introduce new colours, prints and embroideries for the brand, including runway zip boots, wool cashmere knits and bright orange knitted coats.

The collection's concept is to turn disco upside down with a punk philosophy, in what Terzini says is his attempt to make fashion 'fun'. "The retail and wholesale world is so precarious at the moment so through doing our own pop ups we can experiment with our aesthetic and not be restrained," he says.

"We want to concentrate on doing smaller and more experimental ranges that are closer to one off rather than one in a million," he adds. "We feel like it's much more appealing to wear clothing that has an artisan feel about it."

Located inside Pacific Bondi Beach on the corner of Gould Street and Beach Road, the shop will open daily from 9am to 5pm from 16th February, but will only remain open until sold out.

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