10.Deep Lookbook “Altered States”

A new 10.Deep lookbook dropped. It showcases the label’s new Summer 2018 range.


Last March, 10.Deep released a Spring 2018 lookbook. It takes its inspiration from ’90s New York streetwear fashion.

It showcased the ever-changing social, political, and personal dynamics of today’s age. “Vertigo” presents a variety of subcultures in various items in the collection.

It includes pieces such as the “Well Lit Rugby” shirt, the “No Peace” long-sleeve tee, the “STFU” hoodie, the “69 Varsity” jacket, the “Poodle Fleece” coach’s jacket, and “All of the Lights” hoodie. It also has a “Checkered Flag” track suit.


“Altered States” features the label’s latest summertime range. It showcases clashing patterns that reaffirm the collection’s willfully chaotic intent.

Interesting color-tinged checkerboards offset against patchwork stripes, tie-dye, and desert camo are also part of the range for maximum contrast. Moreover, imagery ranges from playing cards to traditional Asian art.

The art includes illustrative tigers printed all over button-up shirts and Kanji appearing on the rear back of a black T-shirt. Plus, more graphic detailing comes in the form of 10.Deep’s unmistakable branding.

This adds flair to caps and the collection’s many bags. The design ranges from ecru totes to fully-patterned waist packs and shoulder bags.


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