N.HOOLYWOOD COMPILE's Fall 2022 Collection Brings Comfort to Formal Wear

Blurring the line between faux and real fabric.

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Following the release of its pre-fall lookbook, N.HOOLYWOOD COMPILE unveiled its Fall 2022 collection, which reflects founder Daisuke Obana‘s pursuit of providing comfort in dressed-up ready-to-wear through the use of materials.

First uncovered in New York Fashion Week, the latest range is said to be “made for any time, for anywhere, for anyone” as it merges casual and formal wear. The season’s fabrication emphasizes wearability and functionality through creating prints that mimic real-world fabrics such as woven wool gun club check printed on jersey corduroy. Further blurring the line between imitation and real are high-quality faux materials, including suede and mouton, that offer lightness, functionality, and ease of care. To finish off the designs, traditional silhouettes are reconstructed into more wearable styles in order to give rise to a relaxed identity for menswear.

Stay tuned for more on the release of the N.HOOLYWOOD COMPILE Fall 2022 collection.

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