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AK and iDiom: FYI x Hiroshi Fujiwara

In a three-way interview featuring Tom Routh, Hiroshi Fujiwara and Susanna Begrstrom, the creatives behind some of Burton’s most advanced lines [AK] and iDiom go under the scope as they discuss many elements of the brands. Differences betwe...

honeyee.mag Vol. 7 – “NEXT THINGS”

honeyee.mag’s volume 7 will have a “NEXT THINGS” theme by touching on what’s to come in the future from some of Japan’s streetwear heavyweights. The magazine will start off with interviews from fragment design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara and Visvim’s Hiro...

Imprint Culture Lab 2008: The Cult of Collaboration

Readers of this site know all too familiar the symbolic ‘x’ which can often be found separating two different brands, designers and personalities. Presented by Bread and Butter Barcelona, Imprint Culture Lab 2008 featured a session ti...

Hiroshi Fujiwara x fragment design x adFunture Vinyl

After an initial preview, we now get a full look into adFunture’s Hiroshi Fujiwara vinyl figure. This black version is the first in a series of 5 figures limited to 250 pieces each. Hiroshi is pictured rocking his fragment designed Levis Fe...

Hiroshi Fujiwara x adFunture Vinyl

Although official information is dim, we now get a preview of Vinyl purveyors adFunture work alongside Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara. Much like those mini Nike Dunks we’ve seen for the past few years, these follow the same miniature sn...

Kaikai Kiki Hi & Lo Catalog

For those unable to attend the recent launch of the Hi & Lo exhibition in Tokyo featuring the efforts of Takashi Murakami and Hiroshi Fujiwara, the two have released a catalog documenting both the process and the products surrounding the exh...

Takashi Murakami x Hiroshi Fujiwara “Hi & Lo” Opening Reception

When the most influential Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara meets Pop culture Icon Takashi Murakami, the convergence of talent and creativity goes way beyond the Japanese borders to constitute the most expected Art exhibition of the year. Tonigh...

Takashi Murakami x Hiroshi Fujiwara “Hi & Lo” Visvim Kiefer & Tees

Having already seen some previews of their collaborative efforts with the like of Kangol, Head Porter, Levi’s and Visvim we get another look into the special product being marketed for the Hi & Lo event. Takashi Murakami features his s...

Takashi Murakami x Hiroshi Fujiwara “Hi & Lo” Exhibition

Both representing the forefront of movements in Japan’s street fashion and contemporary pop art community, Hiroshi Fujiwara and Takashi Murakami are in the midst of preparing for their end of the month exhibition titled “Hi & Lo&...

fragment design x Nike Tennis Classic

It’s no secret Hiroshi Fujiwara and fragment design’s participation alongside Nike on the Tennis Classic this year. The former Tennis Classic has seen no less then two collaborations in a short period of time including this upcoming f...

Hiroshi Fujiwara x Stussy Zip Up Hoodie

As spotted in the latest issue of honeyee.mag, Hiroshi Fujiwara has designed a check zip up parka for Stussy. For now though it seems like the jacket will remain exclusive to the Japanese market.

Takashi Murakami x Levi’s Fenom “Hi & Lo” Denim

In the upcoming Honeyee Mag, a preview features Levi’s Fenom in a collaboration with the familiar imagery of Takashi Murakami. Murakami’s signature personified flower is seen along the lower leg which is usually a spot reserved for th...

honeyee.mag Vol. 6 “New Style”

Titled “New Style” Volume 6 from honeyee.mag features editorials on Japan’s streetwear head honchos, including the like of Tetsu Nishiyama of WTAPS, Soph’s 10 year anniversary and a look into Hiroshi Fujiwara’s trave...

Hiroshi Fujiwara & Takashi Murakami present Hi & Lo

At the fore front of the Japanese contemporary culture lie Hiroshi Fujiwara and Takashi Murakami, two of the most recognizable figures in the fields of art and design. Coming together they will be producing and curating an exhibition showcasing both...

The Evolution of Kangol Headwear with Hiroshi Fujiwara

In it’s latest Honeyee feature, the magazine takes a journey into the history of this iconic English head wear company. Through time, Kangol has had it’s fair share of fans including The Beatles in the 60′s all the way up to LL...