London-based boutique The Hideout doors originally opened as “HIT and RUN” back in 1998 and within a few years had evolved into The Hideout. The store’s concept and focus was to bring in the best of Japanese brands available at the time, and throw in a fresh mix of popular new & popular brands such as A Bathing Ape, Acronym, Good Enough, Head Porter, Neighborhood, Original Fake, Supreme, Visvim, W-Taps and many more.

Recently The Hideout has created an in-house lookbook highlighting some its latest pieces for Fall/Winter 2012. Entitled “Shore Leave” and shot by Masami Narlio, this series of visuals puts Isao Asano and Yuske Ocada on a cloudy canvas modeling seasonal sweaters, henleys, scarves, button-downs, chinos, jackets and parkas from the likes of Norse Projects, Carhartt, Homespun,Stussy and Holden.

All of the pieces are available in-store now at The Hideout’s Upper James St. address and online.

Courtesy of: fnmag

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