High Snobiety reports that as streetwear legend Hiroshi Fujiwara said in our recent interview, “it will be the young kids these days that will dictate the future trends.” Hot off the heels of his collaboration with Louis Vuitton, Fujiwara teams up with A$AP Bari’s VLONE label for a series of co-branded goods. The nascent label has gained a lot of steam in the past year, especially with a highly-limited release of a collaborative Nike Air Force 1.
Each piece is made in Japan, and the capsule collection consists of a tote bag, a flight suit, bomber jacket, zip shirt, flannel hoodie, and parkas made of canvas and leather. VLONE’s logo appears throughout, paired with fragment design’s recognizable lightning bolt stamp. The pieces are priced from $100-$1,850.
The accompanying lookbook is shot by Gunner Stahl and modeled by John Ross. If you’re trying to cop a piece from the collection though, you better be quick. It drops tonight at 3 a.m. EST and will only be available on VLONE.CO.
For more VLONE goodness, check out A$AP Bari’s Harlem pop-up shop from the VLONE Air Force 1 launch. You can also currently shop Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment x Louis Vuitton collab at their NYC pop-up store.