“FLOWER HUDDLE” isn’t the only floral-centric offering Hiroshi Fujiwara has on tap for the weeks ahead. In addition to the streetwear godfather’s S.U.C.C. exhibition (a followup to last year’s, which included works by Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, and Takeshi Masada, among others), Fujiwara has re-teamed with AMKK for a brand new display. Following the likes of their previous collaborations for the POOL aoyama, the latest Fujiwara x AMKK venture comes in the form of PUNK TANK GARDEN. Marked by a bevy of flower-decorated apparel and accessories, PUNK TANK GARDEN will presumably (based on past AMKK ventures) include a limited-time installation as well.
PUNK TANK GARDEN sets up shop in THE PARK・ING GINZA August 27 — the same day “FLOWER HUDDLE 2” opens up in Harajuku.
For a glimpse at some of the collaborative apparel and accessories that will be up for grabs, head on over to fashionsnap.com.