Monday, August 13, 2012

The Cotton Project by Hang Ten

As the Philippines changes its weather from summer to rainy, Hang Ten also bids adieu to the former California culture style and welcomes brand new rack options for the bold and adventurous... and they're calling it the Cotton Project.

Hang Ten's Cotton Project explores new possibilities of wardrobe fit for braving the outdoors. This new line introduces an updated look from the tops, jackets and layering essentials to bottoms and bags, catering to the youthful demographic of fashion forward go-getters.

With the Cotton Project, those who love to brave the outdoors can still look class and stylish.

The Sartorial Lumberjack (Menswear)

With the adventurous man in mind, the Cotton Project collection consists primarily of selections that go back to the essence of a laidback camper while completely embodying a sartorial elegance.

The clothes feature crisp tailoring, modern silhouettes and strategic fabric selection. Putting comfort at the forefront, the new line goes for style and wearability for the ruggedly handsome lumberjack in a slew of flannel shirts, plaid button-down shirts, khakis, slim-cut trousers, parka jackets and windbreakers that come in a spectrum of earthy to muted colors of olive, green, and brown.

Subdued Androgyny (Ladies Wear)

For Cotton Project, the wild wilderness is for the sexy, confident, modern woman as well. Banking on the same industrial aesthetic employed in its menswear line, the ladies wear collection is composed of numbers borrowed from the men's closet with finer tailoring, contemporary cuts and slimmer silhouettes. 

Cotton Project romances androgyny with structured pieces and sexy undertones from cotton tops, parkas and pique jackets. Some of these items come with fur lining and are mostly on hues of olives, browns, and greens with pops of colors like deep red that adds sass and attitude to every piece.

The stylish pieces of the Cotton Project are available at Hang Ten stores in all major malls nationwide.

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