N.HOOLYWOOD and Woolrich are teaming up for the first time with a twelve-piece capsule collection featuring a selection of outerwear, shirts and pants. With a focus on creating long-lasting garments that can adapt to different environments, Daisuke Obana, creative director of N.HOOLYWOOD, used vintage checkered and camouflage patterns to give life to old garments. Remixing them with Woolrich’s archived pieces, the brands stay true to the season’s theme, “overcoming weak points,” to produce powerful, timeless pieces.
The collection includes four distinct styles in green and gray hues. Highlights include a bomber jacket with an updated voluminous silhouette and neon mesh detailing, along with a wool shirt that combines the Chief Petty Officer shirt worn by the Navy with a vintage multi-color paneling. Water-repellent nylon track pants and a down-filled vest are also offered in the same green and gray mixed print. On the new designs, Obana states, “It was an experiment to see what happens if you combine the strength of weak points, the result was a beautiful pattern that I had never seen before.”
Starting October 4, the capsule collection will be available at Woolrich stores and on the brand’s website.