N.HOOLYWOOD's 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Finds Refuge in 'THE NEW ORDER's Latest Editorial
Taking to Japanese suburbs.
N.HOOLYWOOD‘s Fall/Winter 2017 collection was one of the more interesting runway shows at last season’s NYFW. The collection drew inspiration from American “gutter punk” culture, i.e. homeless youth, and presented a robust lineup of heavily layered outfits assembled by a collage of dissonant textiles, colors and cuts. Running with the narrative, THE NEW ORDER magazine has released a new editorial highlighting the thematic collection, presenting it in a pastoral Japanese suburban setting where the theme of displacement takes on a less jarring tone. The cozy setting pairs well with the voluminous outfits, which feature large sweaters worn as scarves, hoodies layered under outerwear pieces and a medley of thoughtfully mismatched garments. We also catch sight of N.HOOLYWOOD’s collaboration with Vans. Flip through the photoset above and share your thoughts in the comments below.
Fore more styling inspiration, check out Norse Store’s 2017 summer editorial.
- Jerry Buttles
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