fragment design and HYPEBEAST Link for a Collection of Everyday Essentials

“STATIONERIES” but never standing still.

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Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design and HYPEBEAST have teamed up to launch a functional HYPB/FRGMT collection of office essentials, home and outdoor accessories, and everyday apparel. The limited capsule will arrive in two parts, with the first drop launching today, and the second come December 11.

Spotlighting the design motif “STATIONERIES” and a new “HYPB” abbreviation, the first drop includes a coach jacket, two styles of hoodies, T-shirt, Nanga sleeping bag, Victorinox Spartan pocket knife, Ramidus tote bag and ID card case with lanyard, packing tape, compact carbon frame umbrella, grid-lined notepad, blanket and iPhone case (for 11 Pro and Pro Max, 12 Pro and Pro Max, and 12 Mini).

The HYPB/FRGMT collection will be presented at a pop-up store at BELOWGROUND Landmark in Hong Kong, and is now available for purchase via HBX.com.

In other fashion related news, here’s an on-foot look at the Off-White x Futura Laboratories Nike Dunk Low.

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