Originally designed in 1972, inspired by the first travel to the moon. The jacket was used by a British expedition in the Himalaya mountains in 1975. The inspiration for the collection was found in Tensons extensive archive filled of garments, photographs and old lookbooks.
The graphics used as front prints and embroidery in the collection are all based on the painting of the Himalaya Mountain existing in the Tenson head office. The collection consists of jackets and hoodies, crews and tees. All with details and materials found in the archives of Tenson and transformed into a Junkyard way of dressing and addressing the streets.
”We are super excited that our heritage can be so relevant for a contemporary streetwear design,” says Karin Plonaitis, Chief Brand Officer and Oscar Anderberg, Marketing
Sales launch for the collection is 26/9 at junkyard.com and 4/10 at tenson.com