NEIGHBORHOOD has been busy with a number of collaborations as of late, teaming up the likes of Clarks or CAREERING. Rolling off the momentum, the Japanese label has joined in with Australia’s P.A.M. for an expansive capsule of graphic-heavy pieces, highlighted in a glitchy video lookbook created by design studio Brain Close. Featured is an assemblage of jackets, T-shirts and long-sleeves, pants, hoodies and other accessories like masks, gloves and pouches emblazoned with futuristic prints clad in neon and monochrome.
One standout piece is a reversible bomber jacket with one side made up of jacquard denim. It comes with a bold rectangular image of a set of eyes, glossed throughout the piece in black and white. The reverse side of the piece sees a sleek black exterior constructed from nylon twill. The back of the piece sees contrasting white embroidery of circular shapes over a large grid, while the sleeves and upper chest are marked with stark co-branding. Another highlight is a lime-colored balaclava boasting a supple fleece exterior. It includes a hidden zipper at the back, while a thin eyehole and a woven logo at the front round up the piece. Other pieces like the polar fleece zip-ups, printed denim, gloves and fanny pack round-up the capsule.
Another recent unorthodox collaboration sees Frank Ocean sporting the Marc Jacobs x Stray Rats capsule.