After debuting their first collaboration on a series of Swiss army knives early last year, Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design is back again with Swiss brand Victorinox for another pocket knife release.
Unlike their previous partnership, which involved three color options — red, blue, and black — the new collaboration will see just two monochromatic models, resurrecting the black colorway from last year as well as introducing a new reversed white edition. Both options come in the form of Victorinox’s iconic Spartan PS model, which carries 12 different tools: a toothpick, a pair of tweezers, a large blade, a small blade, a can opener, a 3mm flathead screwdriver, a 6mm flathead screwdriver, a puncher, a wire stripper, an awl, a corkscrew, and a key ring. This time around, all the hardware has been blacked-out with a special coating, aligning its aesthetic with fragment design’s own sensibilities. Of course, both models also come with bold “FRAGMENT” branding.
For those interested in fragment design and Victorinox’s collaborative Swiss army knives, they’re now available over at THE CONVENI in Ginza, Tokyo, retailing for ¥8,500 JPY, or roughly $78 USD.
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