Here is the latest from Shinsuke Takizawa’s Neighborhood label with this collection for the spring/summer 2014 season. This is another one of those brands that can really do no wrong in my books (exception: flip-flops with jeans seen below) and one that I can certainly bank on to put out a solid spring/summer showing. The lookbook is shot on locations throughout NYC with each look seen on a different ‘model’, which helps to show the versatility of the brand. The range itself is so on point, a bit of everything in here.
After showcasing the lifestyle presentation from the Neighborhood fall/winter 2013 collection we now give a look at the studio-style lookbook. I really can’t say too much more good about Shinsuke Takizawa and his Neighborhood label other than the fact that it is perfect. With the first section of the looks being very heavily influenced by early workwear styles; chore coats, shawl collar coats, full fitting denim pants, pleated denim jackets et and the later part of the lookbook moves into a more modern take on work and utilitarian styles; with more colour, print and pattern and more modern shapes. All in all an impressive collection and lookbook from the best American brand that isn’t from America.
Landing on the long side for a lookbook video, but when it’s Dice and Neighbourhood teaming up you’ll hear no complaints. Landing Oct 12th this collab features the usual NBHD gold co-branded with the LA/London based moto media collective, and this preview vid shows the strength: old cars, bikes, and daisy dukes, happy Monday.
Shinsuke Takizawa’s Neighborhood label presents this look at their f/w 2013 collection, continuing the Americana/moto culture indebted aesthetic that has defined the label. Great styling and photography, not that it should come as any surprise as Neighborhood’s presentation always sets the benchmark. 100% heat, available soon at the finest retailers.
Here are the catalog looks from Neighbourhood for spring 2013, a much better insight in to how strong the collection is than, say, the fairly wack lookbook. Styling is dope as hell, high street at it’s best with just enough tough to outweigh the more ~menswear~influences. Love the loose khaki styles especially, and peep the website for the per item breakdowns.
And the cultural insesitivities continue with this lookbook from Neighborhood for their spring/summer 2013 lookbook. Don’t get me wrong, I love this label: their collections and presentaions are always on point but the sacred breastplate and headdress appropriations really have to go. Now on to the collection itself with some serious moto/workwear/western action seen throughout. Amazing collection all in all but I wouldn’t be surprised if this one ended up on Beyond Buckskin.
Coming off our recent post of the Challenger looks for the fall/winter 2012 season here is a look at the newest venture with Neighborhood. The collab is titled, The Sissy bars, with reference to that bar on the back of motorbikes for you non knowers. I dig the use of classic Harley logos, with the AMF logo and the Harley ‘1’ logo from ‘the wrecking crew’ days of the AMA flat track races, the pinnacle years of the harley XR750 flat track racer. Anyways back to the collab collection, it is made up of a t-shirts, a wool ball cap and a towel, perfect for mopping up the oil from your harley.
Heavy workwear and motorcycle collection from Japanese label Neighborhood for fall/winter 2012, presented in this top-styled lookbook. Neighborhood always does it big, one of our favourite JP streetwear lines to be sure… keep reading for more.