Graffiti, street art and early-Nineties grunge were the driving forces of this season’s poorly edited N.Hoolywood spring collection.

The play on plaids, so traditional of that time, were best used in bomber jackets, sleeveless shirts and baggy shorts.

Nylon sweatpants with zipper details and edgy hooded Windbreakers added a sense of modernity to the lineup. And while it’s clear that designer Daisuke Obana has the ability to turn thematic collections into an art form, it might prove challenging to develop a clear brand aesthetic in the long run.

Graffiti, street art and early-Nineties grunge were the driving forces of this season’s poorly edited N.Hoolywood spring collection.

The play on plaids, so traditional of that time, were best used in bomber jackets, sleeveless shirts and baggy shorts.

Nylon sweatpants with zipper details and edgy hooded Windbreakers added a sense of modernity to the lineup. And while it’s clear that designer Daisuke Obana has the ability to turn thematic collections into an art form, it might prove challenging to develop a clear brand aesthetic in the long run.

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