The Nike Air Max LD-Zero H isn't the only major release from Hiroshi Fujiwara this weekend, as his fragment design imprint will be collaborating with Converse on a two-sneaker collection.

Here, Fujiwara takes on the Converse One Star '74 silhouette, a model famous for gaining popularity with skateboarders in the '90s and one that is best known for its—you guessed it—single star branding. It's also notorious for being one of Kurt Cobain's favorite sneakers.

For the collaboration, Fujiwara has wrapped the sneaker in white and navy shades of suede, while the star logo is constructed with organic cotton. fragment's lightning bolt branding appears at the midsole, and drop-in Lunarlon insoles make these a lot more comfortable than your average pair of Converse shoes.

The fragment design x Converse One Star '74 collection drops on Friday, March 25 for $100 apiece.