N.HOOLYWOOD 2016 Fall/Winter Collection Protects Against Extreme Conditions

Daisuke Obana channels his inner-outdoorsman again.

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N.HOOLYWOOD‘s Daisuke Obana frequently channels his inner-outdoorsman — and his latest collection calls on the “extreme conditions” of New York’s seasonal climate. To protect from the fierce heat and vicious cold waves, the designer turned to workwear and cold-resistant gear, imbuing traditional weather protectant elements in his stylized offerings of down-stuffed parkas, thick cable knit sweaters and shiny vinyl-joggers. Obana’s utilitarian collection equips for the most volatile of conditions with added detail and a predominantly monochromatic palette. Flip through the collection above.

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