First seen during March’s Tokyo Fashion Week presentation, Japanese label MISTERGENTLEMAN has introduced its entire fragment design collaboration. Dubbed “MISTERGENTLEMAN & the ADOPTED SON (fragment),” the partnership sees the co-branding printed atop various subverted wardrobe staples.
Following recent joint efforts like a drop with Starbucks Japan and bespoke John Smedley shirting, fragment design mastermind Hiroshi Fujiwara remains busy, stamping his label’s lightning bolt logo on the sleeve of the reversible bomber jackets and hoodies, while other items — like timeless button-up shirts and a glen check coat — sport the “MISTERGENTLEMAN & the ADOPTED SON (fragment)” text atop small white patches. Simple pocket T-shirts and an embroidered cap (the latter exclusive to MISTERGENTLEMAN’s Shibuya PARCO pop-up) round out the collaborative range.
The collaborative capsule launches at MISTERGENTLEMAN’s Hong Kong, Shanghai and Japanese stores on November 22, but keep an eye on MISTERGENTLEMAN’s web store for more drops.
MISTERGENTLEMAN SHIBUYA PARCO
Shibuya, Tokyo 150-8377
MISTERGENTLEMAN HONG KONG
SHOP G05A, GROUND FLOOR
K11 ART MALL, NO.18 HANOI ROAD
TSIMSHATSUI, KOWLOON, HONG KONG
NO.76, TONGREN ROAD
JINGAN DISTRICT, SHANGHAI