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Loro Piana has launched its genderless capsule collab with artist Hiroshi Fujiwara.

Streetwear-focused style meets the “essential elegance” of the Loro Piana name in the new collection, which marks the first-ever collaboration for the maison. 

“Working with Loro Piana, which accepted the challenge, was really exciting, cool, and fun,” Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Fragment founder and all-around creative who’s using his own name in this collaboration for the first time in his career, said. 

The collection features garments and accessories outfitted in signature Hiroshi Fujiwara color options including black, navy blue, charcoal, and white. Meanwhile, materials used in the capsule include Tasmanian Super 150s wool and baby cashmere.

Below, get a closer look at the capsule collection. Starting Oct. 13, the pieces are available globally via the Loro Piana site and at select Loro Piana stores.

The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
The Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara collection is shown.
Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara
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Image via Loro Piana x Hiroshi Fujiwara

Other recent Hiroshi Fujiwara-centered collaborations include a December 2020 link-up with Playboy Labs, as well as this past summer’s Fragment and Maserati pairing. The latter marked the unveiling of a partnership that was first teased at the top of the year.