The N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2014 collection recently took to the runway stage during New York Fashion Week. Channeling a western visual inspiration, this rugged line of menswear modernized its traditional cowboy references and dressed its models in a range of effortlessly layered urban attire.
Whether layering denim on denim, showcasing a sea of plaid patterns or outfitting models in oversized headwear accessories, the N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2014 collection revived the outlaw-inspired styles of the past for a new generation of style-setters.
Pattern-clashing pairings, tailored outerwear and cheeky cowboy accessories ruled a runway presentation that saw a celebrated return of patchwork fabric details, matched Canadian tuxedo ensembles and classic bandana neckwear that is fit for the modern man with a flair for all things western.
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