Hiroshi Fujiwara Auctions Off Rare Jordans and Nikes From Personal Collection

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Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Japanese streetwear legend and founder of Fragment Design, is auctioning some of his most prized possessions via a new Sotheby's auction.

Dubbed "Personal Effects: Hiroshi Fujiwara," this lot includes 50 pieces from Fujiwara's personal collection, including watches, apparel, and even sneakers.

The sneakers in the auction include an original pair of the Air Jordan 1 High "Royal" from 1985, the friends-and-family version of the Fragment x Air Jordan 3, a Fragment x Nike Dunk High prototype, and a trio of unreleased HTM x Nike Air Force 1 Lows.

HTM was a Nike sub-label that featured the design collective of Hiroshi Fujiwara, designer Tinker Hatfield, and the Swoosh's former CEO Mark Parker, and was formed in the early 2000s. The first project from the trio was an Air Force 1 that was released in 2002.

Readers who are interested in placing a bid for the items in "Personal Effects: Hiroshi Fujiwara" can do so via Sothebys.com starting today until July 26.

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