Fleece Pullover Purple (1990s)
Brand: Neighborhood x FPAR
Unknown country on origin
A true representation of 90s Urahara culture, this fleece pullover had two powerhouses in Neighborhood and FPAR join. It is likely that this piece is from before FPAR's Tetsu Nishiyama launched his most famous brand WTAPS. The first iteration of FPAR in the 90s spelled out "Forty Percents Against Rights", while the relaunched current day version misses the "s" in "percents".
This archive piece is a great example for the collaborative nature of Tokyo's street culture in the 1990s, long before brand collaborations were the norm. Shinsuke Takizawa of Neighborhood and Tetsu Nishiyama of FPAR have been close friends from the beginning of their careers and supported each other in many ways (Takizawa reportedly gave Nishiyama the Macintosh computer with which he designed the first FPAR and WTAPS graphics).
Condition: The sweater is in good condition. Some signs of usage, like lint or a burnt spot. However, the piece remains perfectly wearable. No serious damages.
The print on the care label is entirely washed out, so the country of origin or the materials can not be confirmed.
Half Chest: 64cm
Body Length: 70.5cm
Sleeve Length: 59.5cm