23 January 2016


For their second menswear collection, House of Holland have tapped in to the mid-90s skate culture and iconic street wear brands popular at that time.

With designer Holland, delving into memories of his adolescence spent in car parks and skate parks of Northern England, the collection continues the autobiographical slant of the brands debut menswear collection.

The House of Holland menswear mixes high art influences from the tribal uniforms of various youth subcultures, creating collections that feel both fresh and new but with a personal nostalgic touch.

As part of this collection, House of Holland have collaborated with celebrated NYC label Eddie Eddie Billy Tommy by Sean Kinney. Kinney is a young, New York based artist and designer, whose line was designed to encourage conversation between strangers. His designs have been worn by ASAP rocky, Lindsay Wixson and Lorde.

 For this exclusive capsule with House of Holland, Eddie Eddie Billy Tommy have lent their signature, wit and style to casual sportswear separates that form part of the mainline House of Holland men’s line for season two.

The capsule part of the collection comprises of 2 lurex tees, 1 airtex muscle tee, 2 sweatshirts and 1 pair of sweatpants.

Exclusively at Selfridges in the UK and at www.houseofholland.co.uk
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