N. Hoolywood COAT in yellow in the Fall/Winter 2012 lookbook
N. Hoolywood coat in brown
N. Hoolywood shirt in navy border
N. Hoolywood shirt in grey check
N. Hoolywood Compile jacket in black
N. Hoolywood Compile blazer, vest, and pants in black check
N. Hoolywood Compile cardigan in grey
N. Hoolywood Compile shirt in grey check
N. Hoolywood Compile shirt in red stripe
N. Hoolywood Compile shirt in black check
N. Hoolywood Compile shirt in navy
N. Hoolywood Compile shirt in white
N. Hoolywood Compile tie in black check
Just a guy, his boat, and the ocean. Does that sound familiar? For fall, N. Hoolywood made shirts, coats, pants, and vests (with no adjectives) inspired by Ernest Hemingway. Designer Daisuke Obana based pieces on Hemingway's own wardrobe staples—military uniforms from his younger years and shirts and cardigans from his time in Cuba—but spliced them with references to The Old Man and the Sea. The result is a collection of charismatic clothing suitable for all generations of adventurers, fishermen, and bar-lovers. Find yellow canvas coats, leather motorcycle jackets, and a very handsome three-piece check suit by N. Hoolywood's more tailored second line, Compile—all best worn with a beard.
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