Chapter 2 arrives in Fujiwara’s signature color palette of white, black, and navy with minimal to no branding aside from subtle embroidery accents and patches. Tapping into Loro Piana’s luxurious fabrics and impeccable craftsmanship, Fujiwara looks to push the boundaries this time around, putting together shapes not common to the Italian label.
Standout pieces include knit sweaters, found in silk and cotton blends with zig-zagging Briton stripes stretching across the body and sleeves in a wave-like pattern. Tracksuits are composed of Tasmanian Super 150’S Wool typically used in tailored suits, and Baby Cashmere lines a range of monochrome pullovers. Additional layering pieces include a weatherproof trenchcoat and jersey collared jackets.
A lineup of T-shirts features Loro Piana’s vicuñas symbol, drawn by artist Rei Imai, and accessories include sandals, belts, and a large “LP Delivery” tote bag inspired by the trunk case used by Loro Piana sales staff in the ’70s and ’90s to carry fabric samples.
The Loro Piana featuring Hiroshi Fujiwara Collection for SS22 will be available exclusively at Loro Piana’s website and retail locations from April 6.
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