Neighborhood was originally conceived as part of founder Shinsuke Takizawa’s motorcycle enthusiast interests; the lack of motorcycle apparel that was suitably functional and fashionable spurred Takizawa to create his own label.
Neighborhood’s mix of technical expertise, luxury construction standards, and classic utilitarian and subculture aesthetics made the brand a cornerstone of modern streetwear.
The slogan bearing button down shirt recalls the early days of The Clash, while the Filth and Fury tabloid headline was taken from the reaction to the Sex Pistols' appearance on Bill Grundy's talk show. Guess there was no room for any Subway Sect or Damned references.
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Front Pocket Button Closure Graphic Print on Front 100% Cotton Made in Japan