Available in black and white, the collaborative hoodies and T-shirts feature the same design, with Vogue Japan‘s logo printed boldly across the chest, fragment design’s logo placed subtly on the sleeve, and a commemorative 20th anniversary graphic stamped on the back.
In true CONVENI fashion, the hoodies are packed in cereal boxes while the T-shirts come in milk cartons, and will set you back ¥18,000 JPY (approx. $166 USD) and ¥8,500 JPY ($79 USD) respectively, excluding tax.
Currently, there is no release date for THE CONVENI x fragment design x Vogue Japan capsule collection, but be sure to keep a look out on Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s retail project’s Instagram.
In other fashion collaboration news, New Balance rejoins thisisneverthat for militaristic SS20 apparel and 827 sneakers.