Before its upcoming debut in new york fashion week in February, TOMBOGO has shared a sherpa fleece-filled “Comfort Zone” collection of cozy essentials. Catching up from last year’s FW20’s “Freelance” collection, The “Comfort Zone” collection is designed to be an adaption to the “new normal” given to us by this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. And are conducted by a lookbook shot in Topanga Hills, CA, at an isolated cabin designed by French filmmaker Adrien Bourguignon.
Standout pieces feature sherpa fleece jackets with portable sleeves and changeable cargo pants that can easily become shorts; both complete the looks with red TOMBOGO logos and zippered details. In addition to that, there are also matching bucket hats and baseball caps comprising of fleece. Plus special socks with rubber tread for expanded traction either inside or outside of the wearer’s shoes.
Colorways for different apparels in the collections are-
Jackets – “Oatmeal” & “Boulder”
Pant – “Oatmeal” & “Gray”
Hats (buckets and baseball) – “Gray,” “Cream,” “Caramel,” “Coffee,” “Matcha,” “Oatmeal,” and “Black.”
The TOMBOGO’S collections are now available at the brand’s website, with jackets and pants retailing at $250, hats at $55, and socks at $25.
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