Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Loro Piana Collaboration Is Everyday Minimalism at Its Finest
It can be hard to keep track of Hiroshi Fujiwara’s creative projects at any given time—in this year alone he has launched an NFT, created HEYTEA merchandise, and designed a Pokémon-themed hotel room—but if there was one thing you absolutely had to take note of, it’s his new Loro Piana collaboration.
This is Fujiwara’s second collaboration with the Italian fashion brand, which is known, by those who can afford it, for its luxurious fabrics: silk, cashmere, vicuña and the finest wool in the world. Usually, those materials are transformed into timeless pieces, say a sweater or a coat—items that epitomise “discreet luxury”.
For Spring/Summer 2022, though, Fujiwara shakes things up at Loro Piana. While still drawing on the brand’s impeccable craftsmanship and exquisite fabrics, the Japanese designer created a wardrobe of refined, everyday pieces with a streetwear bent and no distinctions between genders. In short, it’s a collection that both Loro Piana clients and Fujiwara fans—male or female—can appreciate.
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