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N.HOOLYWOOD 2014 Spring/Summer Editorial by GRIND

Following the successful reception of the brand’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection, GRIND magazine addresses N.HOOLYWOODs current offerings in a new editorial. The Japanese publication remained faithful to Daisuke Obana’s vintage Western-inspired collection, underlining the sense of wandering, adventure and etiquette so prevalent in the presentation. The pieces here come off as warm and grungy, with tonal yellow Western button-ups shown with faded blue jeans; a vibrant pink blazer, shirt and tie combination; and true lumberjack patterning paired with a reinterpreted bolo tie. Rich with interesting colors and arrangements, enjoy GRIND‘s latest editorial here.

Author: Staff  /  Source: Highsnobiety
Date: Feb 26, 2014  /  Views: 3902
Category: Style  /  Tags: Print, N. hoolywood, Fashion, Grind, Grind magazine