Inspired by extreme conditions, such as the recent blizzard that rendered New York City inoperable for a day, Daisuke Obana's Fall/Winter 2016 N.Hoolywood collection featured plenty of technical fabrics appropriate for the grossest conditions. Continuing his collaboration with Mountain Hardwear, oversized collarless down bomber jackets will keep haters and the elements equally at bay, while paneled track pants and shiny trousers are sure to please even the most exacting hiking goth.

The most surprising banger was a simple black bomber that turned out to be a Reebok collaboration—with a huge Reebok logo across the back that exclaimed its collaborative nature in an awesome way. Other technical details like taped seams and taped zippers on items like mock necks complete the outdoor-inspired cypher.

For more fantastic FW16 coverage be sure to check out Public School's impressive "Outside/In" collection.

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