You wear a tux for a wedding, and a blue blazer for a yacht cruise, but what do you wear to the most decorous party of all -- the pool party? Get garbed with 10 Deep.
Deep's loose-fitting, chlorine-inflected gear draws inspiration from 13 years of slinging streetwear -- experience that apparently exposed them to the grittier side of backyard grilling and splash fights. Shirt-wise, there're plaid, short-sleeve button-downs (lightweight, folded cuffs, buttoning straps), plus graphic tees like "Registered" (brass knuckles in a plaid silhouette), "Nothing Lasts" (a diamond-studded Damien Hirst skull reading "Immortality is a Fool's Dream"), and "Hot Days Long Nights", another skull advising you to "Party while you're still living" -- also the title of the Beasties' forthcoming album. Deep also hawks knee-length shorts, e.g., the frayed-bottom cargo "Castaways", the oversized buffalo check print "Trenchtown", and "Bumblecot Island" -- tropical-isle-printed cargo shorts that, when studied closely, reveals drunken locals, shipwrecks, and shark attacks, adding truth to your latest pickup line, "Come see the terror in my pants".
Deep also offers ball- and five-panel caps in plaid, pinstriped, and bumblecot, each matching the prints of the button-downs and shorts -- so you'll look every inch the fashion plate as the diving board hits you in the forehead.