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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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GRIND Magazine is one of my favorite men’s style mags out of Japan. They always are able to present both high fashion and streetwear in a clean, creative context. WTAPS is one of the brands that they consistently feature and they really are able to nail down imagery that captures where WTAPS is currently at. While the military influence is still there, WTAPS has broadened both its audience and viewpoint over the last several years by diversifying the product and making it less of a literal ‘milspec’ brand than it has been in the past. The result is the brand embracing more items like the hats, sweats and flannels found here.

Shop the current collection at END Clothing.

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The latest issue of GRIND Magazine features this fantastic editorial with pieces from Nonnative’s fall/winter 2014 collection. The styling highlights the quality construction of the pieces and really captures the earthy rugged look that nonnative has been come to known for. It seems that Nonnative has really come into it’s own in recent seasons and it’s definitely on my radar as a brand to watch/purchase from.

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C.E has been steadily pushing out deliveries of it’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection to it’s worldwide stockists as well it’s its own online shop. The September 2014 issue of GRIND Magazine features an extensive editorial featuring key pieces from the collection with styling by Yohei Usami and photography by Mitsuo Okamoto. My favorite item that I hadn’t seen before from the season was the camel Sherling with the Icon Pullover jacket coming a close second. In case you missed it, C.E also put out a trippy stop-motion video for the collection which you can view below.

C.E AW 2014 from c.e on Vimeo.

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Wacko Maria is quickly becoming one of my favorite emerging Japanese labels. When I seen the Wacko Marias clothes I see the influence of  brands like Fuct, WTAPS, and Neighborhood but the brand does have a DNA that is very much it’s own. GRIND Magazine brought these Spring/Summer 2014 pieces to life with an editorial that’s has a strong cinematic look and feel.

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GRIND Magazine from Japan pulls pieces from the Fall/Winter 2013 WTAPS collection for this editorial. The model is Japanese actor Yosuke Kubozuka who is no stranger to modeling for streetwear brands such as Supreme. There’s some great outerwear featured and standouts include the cowichan sweater and the navy B-15 jacket. See the rest of the looks after the jump.

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If you live in anywhere North America you are sure to see countless citizens wearing regular North Face Polo Fleeces. The North Face Purple Label collections are designed and mainly distributed in Japan but since the sub-lines creation, the line has been responsible for countless dope designs. In particular the line has once again delivered standouts in the outerwear category with this editorial displaying a Pertex MA-1 as several Mountain Parks in Bayhead cloth (65% Polyester, 35% Nylon).

Consider this post an open letter to retailers and North Face corporate with the blunt message: Please provide of these goods onto North American shores, we’re starving over here.

Image via Hypebeast

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GRIND Magazine presents the White Mountaineering FW12 collection in this recent editorial. I’ve kept an eye on White Mountaineering since their first collection and while I feel the direction of the brand has been a bit print heavy this editorial does a great job of capturing a rustic palette that is appropriately layered for the changing season.

Some of this season’s items are available now through Oki-Ni.

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I always enjoy the editorials GRIND magazine put out and this Junya Watananbe FW12 feature is no exception. I feel GRIND magazine excels at creating a ‘streetwear’ feel using designer collections. The vintage-inspired pieces and rustic color palette shown above compliment the approaching season perfectly; setting the mood for the brisker weather to come.

Images via Acclaim Mag

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