NEIGHBORHOOD has long represented designer Shinsuke Takizawa‘s varied interests and inspiration, with seasonal deliveries including everything from militaria to workwear to outdoors gear. For Fall/Winter 2018, the long-running Japanese label blends it all together, delivering a surprisingly cohesive variety of looks informed by five different themes.
“Team,” the first variety, offers up puffer jackets, fleece pullovers and quilted coats, with Shin Murayama‘s iconic mask designs in black and tan leather. Following the outdoor-ready selection, “No Class” draws influence from punk, grunge and mod culture, with shredded and patched jeans, spiked leather jackets, skull masks and bold slogans like “THIS MACHINE KILLS RACISTS.” Mil-Spec “Under The Radar” showcases a couple swathed in cozy knits and patchwork pants. Hooded parkas and shearling-lined engineer boots keep them comfy while on the street. “ALASKA” lives up to its name with rugged weather-ready toggle coats and hefty knits, along with a lush velvet hoodie emblazoned with deer. The final selection sees NEIGHBORHOOD teaming with heritage specialists Old Joe, a like-minded Japanese brand that aids in delivering paint-splattered denim and branded overalls.
Look for the new collection to hit NEIGHBORHOOD’s web store and stockists shortly.
Most recently, the Japanese imprint debuted its Cali Thornhill Dewitt-starring adidas Originals lookbook.