Apple Store SoHo Presents Meet The Designer: Hiroshi Fujiwara Event Recap

Hiroshi Fujiwara made an appearance at the Apple store in SoHo to speak on his forthcoming

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Hiroshi Fujiwara made an appearance at the Apple store in SoHo to speak on his forthcoming collaboration with Beats by Dre and the release of his fragment design x Air Jordan 1 sneaker. Hosted by Yu Ming, founder of Sneaker News, the event highlighted Fujiwara’s latest headphones offering, which features a “Terminator” chrome hue throughout. Fans of fragment design, sneakers and fashion had a chance to explore a variety of topics in a Q&A with the renowned Japanese designer, including Fujiwara’s design inspirations, the POOL aoyama, and a possible upcoming venture with Gibson guitars. Enjoy select scenes from the event above and anticipate further details on Hiroshi Fujiwara’s future plans.

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