The 50 Most Influential People In Sneaker History

4. Hiroshi Fujiwara

Who And Why: Streetwear godfather, stylist, the "H" in "HTM"
Years Of Influence: 1988-present

Hiroshi is pretty much the godfather of all things “street”. He brought DJ and hip-hop culture to Japan and then became an influential, iconic stylist. He’s got his fingers in pretty much everything: Supreme, Nike, Levi’s, Oakley, Kangol, Burton, Visvim, Stussy, Fragment, W-Taps, Neighborhood, Soph and the list goes on. One of these days, I’m going to create a lineage of where streetwear began, and Hiroshi will probably be at the very top of that tree

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