NEIGHBORHOOD 2015 Spring/Summer "1st Collection" Editorial by END.

Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, END has released its latest editorial for Japanese-based brand

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Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, END has released its latest editorial for Japanese-based brand NEIGHBORHOOD‘s “1st Collection.” Presented as a continuation of Shinsuke Takinzawa’s aesthetically Western-Americana preference, END has shot a selection of the brand’s clothing against a suitably synonymous series of backdrops that do well to fortify the collection’s influences and the route of each design. Comprising of staple NEIGHBORHOOD silhouettes such as graphic T-shirts and military-inspired outerwear, the collection is flanked by casual shirting, branded sweatshirts, and a selection of coach-style jackets bearing printed motorsport-like motifs. Shop END’s full NEIGHBORHOOD collection from their official website.

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