fragment design and RAMIDUS Deliver SS23 Carrying Collection

Continuing their collaborative relationship.

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Establishing their collaborative relationship back in 2019 alongside the launch of RAMIDUS, the Japanese baggage label has come together with Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design for another collection. The Spring/Summer 2023 range offers a set of minimalist carrying options marked by a fitting sleek black tone.

The set features a Two-Layer Pouch ideal for storing stationery or cosmetics and Compact-Size Neck Pouch for coins, cards, and keys. Constructed of rugged black nylon and assisted by matching zippers that offer closures that ensure items are stored securely. The small baggage is also marked by co-branded banding tape accents that offer styling details and simple functionality.

Price between ¥6,380 and ¥7,150 JPY (approximately $48 and 55 USD), the fragment design x RAMIDUS SS23 collection is available now on RAMIDUS’ website, at RAMIDUS’ Tokyo flagship, and from select retailers.

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