Where streetwear meets style. Loro Piana unveils a new capsule collection featuring the art of Japanese artist, Hiroshi Fujiwara. The very first collaboration for Loro Piana, Fujiwara’s genderless designs compliment the luxurious fabrications from the maison and vice-versa. Fujiwara said of the collaboration, “Working with Loro Piana, which accepted the challenge, was really exciting, cool and fun.” The capsule certainly reflects it.
Tasmanian Super 150s wool and Loro Piana’s trademark baby cashmere are constructed into sweaters with Tsunaghi prints and reversible bombers. Hiroshi is not only an influential figure but also a musician and the founder of fashion label Fragment and home goods brand retaW.
Have a look at the complete capsule below. Images courtesy of Loro Piana. The collection hits stores and online October 13th.