aka Six and fragment design Add to Their Sex Pistols-Inspired "NO FRGMT" Capsule

With a black tote bag that reads “CRAFT LOVES CLOTHES BUT TRUTH LOVES TO GO NAKED.”

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Adding to their collaborative project, documentarian Simon Barker, better know as aka Six, and Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design release a limited edition “NO FRGMT” tote bag, exclusively at Tatras Concept Store.

Just as the two brands did with March’s capsule, this bag features a typography and language inspired by famed punk artist Jamie Reid, who is best known for his work with acclaimed punk band the Sex Pistols. The tote comes in a black canvas with two “NO FRGMT” batches at the bottom and two shoulder straps that read “CRAFT LOVES CLOTHES BUT TRUTH LOVES TO GO NAKED.”

You can purchase the aka Six x fragment design “NO FRGMT” tote bag from Tatras Concept Store now for ¥17,600 JPY (approximately $163 USD).

In other fragment design news, Fujiwara recently teased his Fragment, #2 book with Rizzoli.

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