If last spring was about the greens and ecosystem of the forest, this Fall/Winter 2015 collection by N.HOOLYWOOD is for the same outdoors lover, who now takes us to the snow-capped mountains of Colorado. The 1960s Vail Ski Resort is what inspired Daisuke Obana this season, an inspiration shown thoroughly via a largely white color palette and friendly knits.
It wouldn't be N.HOOLYWOOD without some insertion of Japanese quirk, however, so Obana opted for overblown digital snowflake patterns and some effortless techwear styles that seem to have become his signature. Outerwear were lightly downed with poofy silhouettes which contrasted strangely well with overly structured rectangular backpacks. Other accessories included New Balance collaboration sneakers that immediately grabbed attention and Porter totes, an ongoing collab.
Alongside ski-ready outerwear were also tailored coats with seamless edges and zip-front collar scarves. Mountain Hardware, Wild Things and Ayame Eyewear also took part in the collection. See it all above.