For Spring-Summer 2021, Tom Wood is revisiting the brand’s founding idea of creating contemporary classics with a refined, understated and tailored collection for today’s modern men and women.
A desire to slow down and spend more time creating fewer but better products led Creative Director Mona Jensen and newly appointed Head of Design Mattia Van Severen to develop the new ready-to-wear concept Ten by Tom Wood — a collection of ten contemporary items for men and women, where classic wardrobe pieces have been given a playful update with functional details that encourages personal styling and creativity.
Ten by Tom Wood will be the cornerstone of the brands future collections and define the direction of each new season. Denim and jersey will be an additional core offering, accompanying Ten By Tom Wood to create a seasonally curated wardrobe.
Dynamic silhouettes and natural fabrics are reminiscent of a Scandinavian summer wardrobe, with luxury Italian wool, linen and cotton poplin at its core. Deadstock suiting fabric sourced from fine Italian wool mills naturally limits production quantities and utilises existing high-quality fabrics, without contributing to generate more waste, and increased use of BCI cotton and GOTS certified cotton is part of the brands move towards a more sustainable future.
The collection effortlessly balances soft silhouettes and sharp lines with sophisticated tailoring and casual styling. Elegantly tailored coats, jackets, shirts, dresses, trousers and shorts are paired with classic denim and casual sweatshirts, hoodies and tees with a relaxed aesthetic to create a collection of reworked wardrobe staples.
— Mona Jensen, Founder and Creative Director
— Mattia Van Severen, Head of Design RTW