TEN C Brandstory

Ten C is designed by Alessandro Pungetti and part of FGF Group, held by Enzo Fusco. Named after the Danish Fairy tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, Ten C forces one to look beyond the fads and trends and towards the value of well crafted clothing.

Ten C pulls its influence from Japanese craftsmanship. Specially engineered Japanese textiles comprise the breadth of Ten c’s products, with special attention to OJJ — or Original Japanese Jersey. The garment dyeing of this fabric is exclusive to Ten C. In their acknowledgement of timeless Japanese manufacturing, the co-founders took inspiration from the kikumon seal for Ten C logo.

Every Ten C piece features modular capabilities, allowing for versatility in wear and customization with liners and hoods. With a focus on timeless pieces, Ten C creates adaptable and hard-wearing clothing to last a lifetime.