Where the runway meets the street

NEIGHBORHOOD take in a wide scope of inspiration for their Fall/Winter 2015 offerings, meditating on decades of American convention for this latest collection. Most notably, elements of Native American culture, frontier-era garb, Prohibition-esque workwear and (of course) vintage military attire are at the forefront of the expansive collection, presented in a series of snapshots that faithfully recreates an array of archival looks. Fabrics range from Duck camouflage to geometric Navajo-inspired patterns, while a heavy dose of indigo is also included in the mix.

Check out a recent preview of the same collection curated by Japanese publication GRIND.

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