Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design and RAMIDUS labels have come together to release a co-branded collection of bags for the FW23 season, including a medium-sized Boston bag and a 2-way medium-sized Bonsack bag.
Notably, RAMIDUS was first launched in 2019 by Fujiwara as a follow-up brand of one of Japan’s major accessories labels, PORTER. Born in Harajuku, the birthplace of Japanese street fashion, the label strives to create a new standard for the next era of fashion. RAMIDUS offers a wide range of functional daily accessories characterized by its simple yet youthful flair.
In this FW23 capsule, Fujiwara’s most well-known multipurpose label, fragment design, has collaborated internally with RAMIDUS. The collaboration is made apparent with co-branding on the straps of the bags — otherwise, the bags dressed in all black, feature a very understated, modern and sleek design.
Both bags will be available for purchase starting October 21 via RAMIDUS’ official site, with the medium-sized Boston bag priced at ¥12,650 YEN or $84 USD and the medium-sized 2-way Bonsack bag priced at ¥8,580 YEN or $57 USD.
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