Hiroshi Fujiwara, a Japanese-born musician and designer, created a clothing line for the 'Basement Stall' installation at the 'THE PARK・ING GINZA' pop-up store.
The pop-up features original streetwear clothing that incorporates retro elements in many of its modern designs. With his collection, Hiroshi Fujiwara includes a series of pieces that are reminiscent of the 70s punk scene and more others that feature more contemporary and simplistic designs. The latter of these is Hiroshi Fujiwara's handmade crew neck, an elegantly crafted high-quality pullover that falls comfortably on the wearer. A long-sleeve collared shirt is incredibly different from this, with the black shirt painted with varied brush stokes of a brown hues and tattered detailing, giving it an unconventional look.
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