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N.HOOLYWOOD Fall/Winter 2020

Clean tailoring
Image via: N.HOOLYWOOD

Image via: N.HOOLYWOOD

For its Fall/Winter 2020 show, N.HOOLYWOOD took over the Masonic Hall during New York Fashion Week. Presented with a beautiful cello rendition from Japanese musician Daiki Tsuneta, the latest from Daisuke Obana was definitely more parred back than the previous Spring/Summer 2020 offerings.

Emphasizing clean tailoring and more sophistication, this collection was comprised almost entirely of black, grey and olive. Only a select handful of pieces ventured from this color palette with blue and white sweater as well as jacket and pants set in light camo being the only exceptions. Suit jackets and slacks were styled alongside oversized jackets and staple outerwear pieces like bomber jackets and field jackets. Collaboration pieces included '47brand, ayame, CONVERSE ADDICT, Curious Curio, Danner, Dickies, Gramicci, GREGORY, G-SHOCK, HIPPOPOTAMUS, karrimor, Lee, Wrangler and YOSHIDA & CO. LTD.

Check out the show below and head over to to shop the collection in the coming months. In related news, RAINMAKER just dropped its Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook.