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To celebrate 10 years of working together, retailer HAVEN has teamed up with Neighborhood on a 4 piece capsule collection commemorating the occasion. Among the pieces are a modified M-65  that’s made in Japan from washed cotton herringbone and cotton sateen. Other pieces include the MIL-BDU / C-PT pants which are tailored with a relaxed fit and come updated with large cargo pockets, patch reinforced knees, and zip thigh pockets. Rounding out the collection is a duo of graphic tee’s with oversized collaborative mil-spec prints. Available now at HAVEN.

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While still closely defined by it’s streetwear roots and the ‘motorcyclist’ aesthetic , the Neighborhood of recent years has gone towards referencing 40’s and 50’s Americana. This creates an interesting balance between the different sides of the brand, as the label is now releasing such a wide breadth of product. The fall/winter 2015 lookbook is highly stylized and has a strong workwear thread that runs throughout it. While workwear has been repeated over and over in the past few years, the angle at which NBHD  approaches it still feels fresh. On top of some rugged outwear coats and leather jackets, there’s some great denim in here. If you’re a bit intimidated by the selection, shopping the collection by piece through the website can give some more insight into how you can work these pieces into your own wardrobe. Check out the entire collection here

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GRIND Magazine puts their unique point of view on the Fall/Winter 2015 Neighborhood collection with this concise editorial. The photography focuses on the details in the outerwear and the relaxed styling is a logical accompaniment to Neighborhood’s take on street wear.  My take on the collection is that the barbour-style coat is a banger. You can find current season NBHD stuff over at END.

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When it comes to leather motorcycle jackets Schott is the de-facto standard. The makers of the original Perfecto model have teamed up with Neighborhood to deliver this excellent One Star Leather Jacket. The quality of the leather looks incredibly on this jacket that is sure to last for years and continue to be a workhorse item in your closet. Details include Talon zippers (which are no longer standard issue on regular Schott mainline Perfectos), custom branded buttons and a custom lining. All this doesn’t come cheap at a retail price of $2315 USD but if you have stacks burning a hole in your pocket, you gotta respect a jawn like this when you see it.

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