Created in collaboration with uniform experiment, the special Spring/Summer 2020 range focuses on travel, more specifically stopping at the airports of Haneda, Heathrow and Tbilisi. The three locations hold are special to Fujiwara as Haneda Airport is often the starting point of his journeys, Heathrow has served as an entry point to England a place where he discovered punk spirit and Tbilisi has become a favorite destination as of late, often showing up to the Georgian capital’s annual fashion week.
Available in black and white, the T-shirts feature original airline luggage tags on the front and three-letter airport codes for HND (Haneda), LHR (Heathrow) and TBS (Tbilisi) at the rear.
Priced at ¥10,000 JPY (approximately $94 USD), the fragment design x uniform experiment Airport T-Shirts will be available at SOPH.shop and the SOPH. website June 12.
For more contemporary fashion, Children of the Discordance recently released a DSM Ginza exclusive one-off collection.