Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
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Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo
Highsnobiety / Eva Al Desnudo

After 8 years of absence from Tokyo Fashion Week, N.HOOLYWOOD presented its SS19 collection in the heart of the Japanese fashion capital. The label showed heavy layered looks, with tie-dye pattern and brightly-colored pieces making a key statement. Those pieces were mixed with items from designer Daisuke Obana’s own archive of vintage clothing, to add an extra level of depth to the show’s styling.

N.HOOLWOOD also took the opportunity to show pieces from forthcoming Pendelton and Umbro collabs, before Obana thanked the show guests and the venue was transformed into a party space, soundtracked by Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuo Yamashita.

For more from Tokyo Fashion Week, check out how the city’s street style set reworked plaid patterns and punk style.

  • Writer:Takaaki Miyake
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