Hiroshi Fujiwara May Have Teased a Fragment Design a RIMOWA Collaboration

However it’s likely just a custom electronic tag.

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Hiroshi Fujiwara recently shared what may be a teaser photo of fragment design‘s upcoming collaboration with RIMOWA. The image portrays co-branded detailing on what appears to be the luggage expert’s Classic Flight Suitcase. fragment design’s ubiquitous thunderbolt insignia bears a white hue while the suitcase ostensibly sports a metallic grey and silver makeup with tonal black accents for added contrast. Don’t get your hopes up however, this may very well be a custom image uploaded to RIMOWA’s electronic tag display where travelers typically show their boarding passes.

Check out the image below and stay tuned for more details. Not long ago, Fujiwara flaunted a pair of unreleased fragment design x Nike Air Force 1 sneakers. You can also learn more about RIMOWA from CEO Alexandre Arnault.

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