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New Arrivals @ Pretty Green: Spring Summer Footwear

May 10, 2013 Comments (0) Views: 36 Fashion

Neighborhood & WTAPS – Spring/Summer 2013

The latest drop from the Neighborhood and WTAPS SS13 collections have arrived at End Clothing and are as strong as ever,  with a selection of the kind of classic styles that have made both of these Japanese brands so celebrated.

Neighborhood continue to expand they highly sought after range of tees, including releases from their SVG archive collection, a selection of expertly executed graphic t-shirts and a bumper three pack of basic tees, a fantastic boost to anyone’s collection of wardrobe essentials. Sitting alongside these premium tees are a new offering from their ongoing collaboration with Masa Sculp, a subtly styled and classically designed work shirt and a variety of well thought out accessories.

The uniquely titled ‘Philosophy’ collection from WTAPS for SS13 sees them continue to work within their distinctive M.O., appropriating heritage Americana and Military style and recreating it with their own personality and Japanese sophistication.

Their Hellweek series continues to create premium and hard wearing essentials, the Buds and Jungle shirts take military surplus style to new limits with their take on branding and detailing and their continuing experimentation with classic collegiate American style has created two standout COOLMAX Seersucker Shirts.

As with any WTAPS offering and in keeping with the progression of this collection so far, there is strong selection of legwear, footwear and accessories. Their premium take on the classic military plimsoll and belt are produced with their exacting eye for materials and design and the Skinny Raw Jeans and Khaki Trousers feature the subtle branding and quality utilitarian detailing that is typical of the WTAPS approach to design.

Head to the Neighborhood and WTAPS sections at End now to see how impressively both of the brands collections are shaping up.


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