10.Deep present their 2009 fall collection as their “Proud to be a Problem” which comes at a time when the brand is bringing together many different projects. With the release of their latest mixtape DONNIS: Diary of an ATL Brave just recently, the collection’s themes takes on some deeper undertones regarding those who drive change in the world via various “problem children” and outsiders. Look for the collection at stores soon.
Team 10.Deep has been going hard in the paint for the last few weeks to bring you projects that will help ease your transition into the stark reality that comes with the change in seasons. The full lookbook for 10.Deep Fall Delivery 1, “Proud to be a Problem” hits right on time to usher in the anticipated climate change and the release party for our newest mixtape endeavor, DONNIS: Diary of an ATL Brave, later tonight adds a bit of electricity to these NYC streets before the full mix hits the web tomorrow.
This season we pay respects to the losers and problem children who challenge the establishment and drive change in the world. Inspired by the sweeping political game change of last year and the economic and social upheavals we’ve seen on the streets of New York, the Fall 09 collection celebrates the underdog, the problem child, and the outsider.
The lookbook, featuring Atlanta-based 10.Deep mixtape artist Donnis, rappers Emilio Rojas (Brooklyn), Danny Brown (Detroit), and our own Nate Fantasia fresh off the 10.Deep Skate Team’s Up North tour, depicts the not-so-subtle art of the NYC Do-It-Yourself Ad Campaign Showcasing the wardrobe you’re going to want this fall, think of the lookbook as your shirt hanger’s wishlist.