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N.HOOLYWOOD 2013 Spring/Summer Collection Details

Offering another perspective to the previously shown N.HOOLYWOOD 2013 spring/summer collection, key pieces from designer Daisuke Obana‘s graffiti artist-inspired silhouettes are further brought to light. Taking cues from streetwear while blurring the fine lines of what is considered vandalism or art, the “Vandalegal” collection incorporates loosely layered silhouettes, accessories with “the faith of graffiti” text, and long scarfs that not only offer protection against the elements, but also obscure one’s identity in the process — hinting again at the urban art.

Photography: Jerry Buttles/HYPEBEAST

Date: Sep 10, 2012  /  Views: 3956  /  Author: Ambrose Leung
Category: Style  /  Tags: N. hoolywood, Fashion