UK based Goodhood Store kills it with the styling for their Fall/Winter 2013 lookbook. I spot a bunch of dope NEIGHBORHOOD pieces (including one of my denim jacket selections for the season) sprinkled in with stuff by Norse Projects, Junya Watanabe and of course the in-house Goodhood label. The UK e-retailer game is very strong right now and Goodhood is one of those outlets leading the pack. See more after the jump
A capsule collection between motorcycle rag DicE Magazine and Neighborhood is launched with this lookbook. A familiar storyline plays out through the images, that of the all-american girl next door playing baseball, riding motorcycles and borrowing her boyfriends jacket (and not much more). If you’re not too distracted by the model you’ll notice the flannel caps, baseball jerseys and embroidered varsities from the collection. The girls in menswear thing isn’t going anywhere soon so see all the images from the lookbook below.
A denim jacket is a key wardrobe staple that can be worn almost all year round. I’ve went and picked out 5 of my favorites from the Fall/Winter 2013 season. Neighborhood Stockman-D/C Jacket A western-inspired light washed denim jacket from Neighborhood. The fading on the arms and body are quite believable and not overdone. The … Read more
Luker is the UK-inspired subbrand from Neighborhood. While the mainline Neighborhood is heavily influenced by biker/motorcycle culture, Luker pulls from mod, punk and trad British inspirations. I wish there was a proper lookbook on this as some of the products do appear a bit flat without a model wearing em. The most interesting pieces here for me are the denim shirt, the MA-1 bombers above and the basic grey hoodie. Take a look back at the Spring/Summer collection by Luker HERE.
More items after the jump.
Neighborhood doesn’t deviate far from its brand DNA for it’s fall/winter 2013 collection. In recent years the brand has shed some of it’s youth-driven streetwear image and has perused a more refined aesthetic rooted in workwear, motorcycle culture and Americana. Head designer Shinsuke Takizawa always has a great eye for creating memorable lookbooks and this definitely ranks up there as one of my favorites from the Japanese label. The photography is done in a style that references periods from the 1940s to the 1970s. You’ll be sure to find some incredible pieces amongst the selection of Shearling Jackets, Chore coats and denim.
Photography by Two of Swords
Modeled by Francesca Chantel
London based Good Hood put together this editorial with some select items Featuring the latest goods from brands including NEIGHBORHOOD, Norse Projects, Unrivaled, Soulland, Maiden Noir and P.A.M. Without a doubt more and more men’s shops are brands are using females in their visuals, however I think this is one of the better lookbooks I’ve seen styled with a street sensibility in some time. All the looks are a bit oversized and the silhouette here is can inspire guys and girls alike.
More looks after the jump
Japanese label Neighborhood rolls out these graphic design t-shirts for the summertime. Aside from the regular screen-printed graphics on all cotton tees, a few designs are embellished with extra details (beading and embroidery). Also of note is the collaborative design with CASH CA, which riffs on fishing culture. The T-shirts range from £59.00 to £139.00 … Read more
Dialogue 08: A Conversation with Shinsuke Takizawa from HAVENSHOP on Vimeo. Haven posted up this dialogue with Shinsuke Takizawa. Footage from both of NBHD’s Tokyo brick & mortar stores is spliced in with an interview with the head of Neighborhood. Mr. Takizawa shares his personal viewpoints on design and how everything he does with the brand coincides with his lifestyle and long-time … Read more
Haven’s got some new heat from Japanese militaristic lines WTAPS & Neighborhood. Of note in this latest drop are the WTAPS ‘leopard’ pieces which are sure to sell out quicktime. Also new in stock is the Cash CA x Neighborhood collection which features knitwear with fishermen heritage element. To round it out there’s a great … Read more