A Japanese Style Kingpin Looks Back in Hiroshi Fujiwara—Fragment

The godfather of Harajuku publishes his first monograph.

Photo courtesy of Rizzoli.
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.


Photo courtesy of Rizzoli.
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