by Stephen Garner

Ahead of his New York Fashion Week debut, designer Tommy Bogo of Tombogo has released his winter capsule collection, called “Comfort Zone.” Continuing to explore what it looks like in this “new normal” resulting from the global pandemic, the capsule is an extension of the brand’s fall 2020 Collection “Freelance.”

“Comfort Zone” reflects on the consumer’s current needs, prioritizing comfort and functionality while also keeping in mind the brand’s essence of the garments being adaptable for various environments, whether indoors or outside. The lookbook was shot in Topanga Hills, CA at a remote cabin designed by French filmmaker Adrien Bourguignon. The location was chosen to further contextualize the ideals of comfortable working environments as well as the need to go outdoors amidst a pandemic. The models are captured both inside and out of the cabin showing the dynamic dualities of the winter capsule garments.

The collection includes cozy essentials and accessories, including sherpa bucket hats, sherpa baseball caps, Tombogo socks, sherpa jackets, and pant co-ords, all available in grey, cream, caramel, coffee, matcha, oatmeal, and black colorways.

Through this capsule collection, the brand also expands on its size run with sizes S-2XL. The collection is also designed with sherpa and fleece fabric blended in with polyester making the capsule’s price point scale between $25.00-$450.00.