The N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2010 Collection is another example of the refined approach the Japanese label takes great pride in. This look provides an insight to the tailored side of the label with suiting, shirts and a personal favourite the softest, most lightweight terrycloth sweatshirt you’ll ever wear.
Many of you will recall the almost-custom refined fit of Compile’s tailoring and the overwhelming amount of thoughtful details to discover when you see these garments up close. For Spring/Summer 2010, they’re at it again. The shirts and jackets are cut with high but functional armholes, slim sleeves, and a perfect-off-the-rack tailored torso that leaves almost nothing to be desired, and the trousers are modern, clean, and fitted to complement them impeccably. Needless to say, if you’re a trim guy who struggles to find a suit that doesn’t need an all over two inches of taking in before it’s ready to be worn (even if you’re shopping high end), this is the slim mod cut that will absolutely work for you.
Thanks to Blackbird for the info.