Hiroshi Fujiwara Teases an Upcoming fragment design x Dr. Martens Collab

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Continuing to hold his place as the godfather of streetwear, Hiroshi Fujiwara recently revealed an upcoming fragment design collaboration with Dr. Martens.

Adding an entry on Ring of Colour, Hiroshi outlined the team up noting that the shoes have been in development for almost a year. The fragment design x Dr. Martens collab combines the distinctive patent leather upper from Dr. Martens’ 1461 Patent and black tonal stitching sole from the 1461 Slip Resistant. Aside from the iconic fragment design lightning branding on the added heel panel, the shoe also features a premium black leather lining and a five-hole lacing system instead of the classic three-hole design associated with Dr. Martens.

Head over to ringofcolour.com to see what Hiroshi Fujiwara has to say about the collaboration and stay tuned for official release details.

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