Another Look at the Saturdays NYC & fragment design Capsule Collection

Complete with pricing and release date.

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Following an initial tease at the beginning of the month, we got an official look at the collaborative Spring 2018 capsule between Saturdays NYC and fragment design earlier this week. The New York-based lifestyle label celebrates its 5th year in Japan and could think of no better way to mark the milestone than with a collection alongside Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment imprint.

Garments include a pair of cotton T-shirts and two tonal French terry hoodies, each of which features Saturdays slash print sitting overtop of the fragment design logo. Accessory items designed in tandem with retaW are also on offer, and can be found in the form of a candle and fragrance tag. Both highlight the “Natural Mystic” aroma, which is described as a “spicy scent with a hint of patchouli and vanilla.”

The hoodies will retail for $160 USD and the T-shirts for $60 USD, while the candle will be priced at $65 USD and $17.50 USD for the tag. The collection will make its way to Saturday NYC’s online shop on February 1 and all store locations on February 2.

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