Hiroshi Fujiwara Unveils fragment design Nato Style Apple Watch Straps

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After teaming up with Starbucks on a collaborative coffee set, Hiroshi Fujiwara is joining forces with Apple for a special edition Nato strap for the Apple Watch. Just moments ago, the Japanese designer took to his Instagram account to unveil the strap design, which features fragment‘s signature light and dark gray theme and silver-tone hardware. No word yet on the official release date or retail price, so stay tuned for more details and let us know your thoughts on fragment design’s latest lifestyle collaborations.

Also make sure to take a peep inside the fragment design x Louis Vuitton NYC SoHo pop-up store.

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