Courtesy of the wonderful folks at Hypebeast, we’d like to present you with the NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse First String Holiday 2013 collection. Acting as NEIGHBORHOOD‘s first-ever Converse collaboration, the release includes two silhouettes: the Jack Purcell Johnny Mid and All Star Chuck ’70 Ox. Each pair is constructed from high quality materials and share a woven pattern on the heel. The NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse First String Holiday 2013 collection will be available at HOODS in Hong Kong, Union in Los Angeles and El Garito de Converse in Madrid beginning on October 25 for $ 120 USD.
NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse First String Holiday 2013 Collection is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Japanese label NEIGHBORHOOD gives us a preview of their upcoming Fall 2013 collection with an editorial in SENSE magazine. The range showcases a lot of tonal black looks with contrasting colorful ikat prints. Jackets in leather, tweed, wool and goose down are kept black or adorned with various black/white, red/white, and purple/yellow ikat print combinations. The resulting look is quite minimal with strong textural elements.
NEIGHBORHOOD Fall 2013 Editorial for ‘SENSE’ Magazine is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Canadian retailer HAVEN once again called on their friends Emma-Mackenzie Jardine and photographer Jan-Michael Stasiuk to shoot a small editorial featuring key items from Japanese heavyweights NEIGHBORHOOD and WTAPS‘ latest Fall/Winter 2013 collections. All of the above items are now available via HAVEN’s online store.
NEIGHBORHOOD & WTAPS Fall/Winter 2013 featuring Emma-Mackenzie Jardine is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
Japanese brand NEIGHBORHOOD have released two shirts from their workwear and Western-inspired seasonal collection. The first is a classic white tee with single chest pocket and black serged seams with a nomadic themed graphic fading in to the bottom half. A button-up option comes in the form of a blue and black flannel that features two front flap pockets, elbow patches and a single concho button. A vintage wash treatment gives an already lived-in appearance, while the nomad fade print adorns the bottom as well. The shirts retail for $ 159 USD and $ 365 USD respectively, and are available here and here from Haven.
NEIGHBORHOOD Nomad Fade Print Shirts is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Staying rue to the brand’s rugged aesthtetic, RUDO magazine presents a new editorial showcasing key pieces from NEIGHBORHOOD‘s Fall/Winter 2013 collection. The pictured pieces exhibit a particularly strong military spin, fitting in nicely with the rugged, worked-in aesthetic the brand is known and appreciated for. Standout garments such as the impeccable leather peacoat and the down parka once again underline the Japanese brand’s uncompromising stance towards exceptional designs and top-notch craftsmanship.
NEIGHBORHOOD Fall/Winter 2013 Editorial by ‘RUDO’ Magazine is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
After having presented the video a while ago, we can show you a series of lookbook shots for the upcoming NEIGHBORHOOD x DicE Magazine Capsule Collection today. Snapped by Michael Schmidt during the video production, the shots highlight some of the product that resulted from this great collaboration, which is a perfect fit for both the brand and the magazine in terms of aesthetics and inspiration. Look out for a release in the coming weeks.
NEIGHBORHOOD x DicE Magazine Capsule Collection Lookbook is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
NEIGHBOHOOD‘s Shinsuke Takizawa penchant for heritage menswear and Americana is no secret. This fact is once again aptly mirrored in the brand’s latest lookbook. Whereas the first portion is clearly dominated by staples with a clear nod to early 20th-century workwear including chore coats, roomy cut dungarees, shawl collar coats and denim jackets, the second half sees rather contemporary styled pieces with a subtle mid-century spin. All in all we get to see a versatile collection very much worth spending some coins on.
NEIGHBORHOOD Fall/Winter 2013 Lookbook is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
As with previous fall/winter seasons, we’re in for a bunch of great new Rocky Mountain Featherbed releases. Beside the main collection, the Japanese company is once again providing a number of equally amazing collab products. Following SOPHNET. we now see NEIGHBORHOOD joining the illustrious circle of collab partners. The Christy Vest features a padded nylon body set against a western-style leather yoke and pockets. A cozy shearling collar adds an extra bit of warmth. Available in a navy body with black shearling, as well as brown body, tan leather and natural shearling version, you can pick up yours now at NEIGHBORHOODS’s Shibuya and Harajuku stores.
NEIGHBORHOOD x Rocky Mountain Featherbed Down Vests is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
Japanese brand NEIGHBORHOOD has teamed up with DicE Magazine on a capsule collection for Fall 2013. The vintage styled sportswear collection, NxD, will launch in early October in Japan and will of course be celebrated with an event around the same time. To introduce the collection, the two have produced a beautiful short film, that stays 100% true to the brand, the magazine and also their upcoming range of clothing.
“Neighborhood Japan and Dice Magazine bring you the triangulated love story about three different worlds converging onto a small town baseball field where skill, charm, and cool factor dictate who wins the sexy prize.”
NEIGHBORHOOD x DicE Magazine Capsule Collection Video is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Japanese brand NEIGHBORHOOD joined forces with fellow-countrymen M.V.P. for Fall/Winter 2013. The capsule collection comprises a number of items channeling both brand’s distinct aesthetic, including padded jackets, down vests, denim shirts, T-shirts, mesh caps, as well as a number of accessories, such as a butterfly knife style bottle opener, patches and key rings. Watch for the NEIGHBORHOOD x M.V.P. capsule collection to hit select retailers very soon.
NEIGHBORHOOD x M.V.P. Fall/Winter 2013 Capsule Collection is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.