As a part of Neighborhood’s ongoing 20th anniversary celebration, the Japanese streetwear label has joined forces with Canadian retailer Haven to present the collaborative "Savage" collection.
Though this is the first apparel collaboration for the two, they have been working together for many years, with Haven serving as Neighborhood's exclusive Canadian dealer, and one of only a handful of places in North America that carries the brand at all. The collection includes three pieces: the Savage jeans and the Highliner shirt, which offer a nod to Haven's home country and the "Canadian Tuxedo" look and feature heritage lumberjack plaid and Wabashi indigo patchwork details; and a co-branded graphic tee. The lookbook features photos by frequent Haven shooter Ryan Lindow and sees the pieces modeled by Brett Viberg, whose family's heritage boot company recently released its own Haven collaboration.
The “Savage” collection will be available in limited quantities exclusively in Haven's brick and mortar stores beginning Saturday, Jan. 24 at 11 a.m. But don't worry if you aren't going to be heading across the border any time soon, because the collection will hit Haven's online store at noon the same day.