10.Deep Presents Holiday 2017 Collection

All’s well that ends well.

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Following a strong second release of the “In Memoriam” collection back in October, 10.Deep presents part three in a holiday catalog. The final installation dubbed “All Is Well” continues a creative synthesis of leopard patterns and colors in savvy balance. The body of work includes some bold newness, notably Poodle Fleece and “frankenstein-ed” items pulling from previous fabrics used from the past decade.

Our top choices are the camo pink Many Wars Crewneck and Unification Pant. If these pieces aren’t on your list, you might want to rework your Cyber Monday priorities.

Check out “Holiday 2017: All Is Well” dropping Monday, November 28 at 10 a.m. EST online and arriving in retailers the following week.

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