Known as the Godfather of Harajuku, Hiroshi Fujiwara is synonymous with Japanese street style. A sneakerhead and a popular DJ, he has collaborated with Nike, Supreme, and A.P.C. (along with Eric Clapton, with whom he designed a limited run of black guitars 10 years ago). Out in July, the artist's first monograph, Hiroshi Fujiwara—Fragment (Rizzoli, $55), which spans his 30-plus-year career as a musician, producer, and designer, surveys Fujiwara's unstoppable creativity—from art to graphic design to his personal belongings—with commentary from fellow influencers like Takashi Murakami and Clapton himself.
A Japanese Style Kingpin Looks Back in Hiroshi Fujiwara—Fragment
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