An Official Look at the Saturdays NYC & fragment design Capsule

A six-piece collection spanning apparel, candles, and more.

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Not long ago, Saturdays NYC teased its new collaboration with fragment design. This time around, the surf stalwart officially unveils the partnered range that is comprised of limited edition hoodies, T-shirts, candles and fragrance tags in Natural Mystic scent provided by retaW. The apparel portion boasts a reflective Saturdays NYC slash print on top of fragment design’s signature dual thunderbolts insignia. On the back section, the wares are embellished with “Saturdays New York City Fragment Saturday” lettering.

“We have always held Hiroshi Fujiwara in the highest regards and appreciate how he is able to fuse different sub-cultures from surf, fashion, and music into his designs,” says Colin Tunstall, co-founder of Saturdays NYC.

Collectively, the collaborative capsule is a homage to the fifth anniversary of Saturdays NYC Tokyo flagship store. The range is expected to drop at all Saturdays NYC’s stateside stores and online this February 1. A global release will follow on February 2. Prices range approximately between $17.50 USD and $160 USD.

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