Ahead of its New York Fashion Week debut in February, TOMBOGO has released a sherpa fleece-filled “Comfort Zone” capsule of cozy essentials. Following up FW20’s “Freelance” collection, the “Comfort Zone” offerings were designed to be an exploration of the “new normal” necessitated by the continuance of the COVID-19 pandemic — and are accompanied by a lookbook shot in Topanga Hills, CA at a remote cabin designed by French filmmaker Adrien Bourguignon.
Key pieces include sherpa fleece jackets with detachable sleeves and convertible cargo pants that can swiftly become shorts, both complete with red TOMBOGO tags and zippered details. There’s also matching bucket hats and baseball caps made entirely of fleece, plus special socks with rubber tread for greater traction either inside or outside of the wearer’s shoes. Jackets arrive in “Oatmeal” and “Boulder” colorways, pants in “Oatmeal” and “Gray.” Both hats are available in a veritable slew of shades, namely “Gray,” “Cream,” “Caramel,” “Coffee,” “Matcha,” “Oatmeal” and “Black.”
The TOMBOGO “Comfort Zone” collection is available now via the brand’s webstore, with jackets and pants retailing at $250 USD, hats at $55 USD and socks at $25 USD.
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