Maurice Terzini, famously known for launching Icebergs and The Dolphin is opening a new kind of store this month, showcasing his latest collection.
Terzini’s unisex streetwear label, Ten Pieces, have joined forces with Double Rainbouu, another Sydney-based unisex streetwear label and opened a limited time pop-up shop in Bondi.
Ten Pieces’ Rude Collection will feature the brands signature monochrome, luxe but still casual vibe but will be studded to invoke references to both punk and ska vibes. Expect to see a splash of colour here and there.
Double Rainbouu’s Synth Uuave Collection will also be available at the limited pop-up. The collection features a mix of coloured denim, reversible bomber jackets and even a leisure suit or two. Like other collections, this one is also heavily inspired by post-punk and new-wave music.
You can also expect to find showpieces and one-offs at the pop-up shop.
Stop by the Bondi location, any day between 10am-6pm to support the Sydney labels. The summer pop-up shop is open right now, and will stay that way until we pack away the sunscreen and beach umbrellas for another year.
Let us know if you’ll be shopping the new collections!