WARP: NEIGHBORHOOD 2012 Spring/Summer "LESS THAN ZERO" Collection Editorial

Regardless of each season’s chosen theme, the influence that retro military styling has had on

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Regardless of each season’s chosen theme, the influence that retro military styling has had on NEIGHBORHOOD head designer Shinsuke Takizawa is always strongly evident in the items he creates. This most recent editorial from Japanese streetwear publication WARP embraces that imagery fully. Whilst throwing the spotlight on some of the “LESS THAN ZERO” collection’s more blatantly military-inspired pieces, such as the camo boonie hats and BDU shorts and shirts. Also mixed in is the new IOLANI capsule Hawaiian shirt and leopard print TEDDY shirt that we featured earlier in the week. Make sure to check your local NEIGHBORHOOD stockist for availability of these items and more from the 2012 spring/summer “LESS THAN ZERO” collection from NEIGHBORHOOD. And remember, Charlie don’t surf.

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