The N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2013 collection is a large, diverse and rebellious set of street wear duds. The Japanese brand was inspired by graffiti artists and the streets from which its art was born.
Graffiti artists are criminally and creatively forward-thinking. These elements are translated into a collection that breaks rules, challenges authority and plays with color and print. Face-covering bandannas are used throughout the collection, giving the impression of vigilantes fighting for true creativity. Carefree fits play to the relaxed style that street wear is known for, and accessories are used to give an extra punch of personality to the looks.
It seems that youth is always in a state of revolt; just raring to take the cultural reigns from the generation before them. The N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2013 collection is a collection driven by the visions of today's youth movement.