NEIGHBORHOOD has recently issued a slate of collaborative goods for Spring/Summer 2020, drawsing from the intentionally-blunt artwork of Kostas Seremetis to the dreamlike photographs of Osamu Nagahama. The Harajuku stalwart’s latest partnership is with WIND AND SEA, directed by stylist, photographer and all-around creative Takashi Kumagai, who inspired a range of laid-back graphic loungewear.

Co-branded hoodies, sweatpants and tee shirts comprise the majority of the collection, emblazoned with WIND AND SEA’s bold, stylized logo in contrasting colors, accompanied by NEIGHBORHOOD’s stark branding and a variety of technical text. Embroidered verbiage appears on the sleeves of the T-shirts and hoodies to reinforce the joint effort, while a slouchy shadow plaid shirt sports oversized prints on the rear. A bright yellow beanie lends a soft touch to the grungy goods, while a distressed denim jacket offers rugged contrast, complete with worn hems and a worn-off buckle on the back.

Expect the collaborative collection to hit NEIGHBORHOOD’s website, WIND AND SEA’s web store and select Japanese boutiques on March 28.

Most recently, NEIGHBORHOOD’s Specimen Research Laboratory label introduced a new range of essential plant-care items.

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