Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Japanese streetwear legend and founding father of Fragment Design, is auctioning a few of his most prized possessions by way of a brand new Sotheby’s public sale.
Dubbed “Personal Effects: Hiroshi Fujiwara,” this lot contains 50 items from Fujiwara’s private assortment, together with watches, attire, and even sneakers.
The sneakers within the public sale embody an authentic pair of the Air Jordan 1 High “Royal” from 1985, the friends-and-family model 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 shaped within the early 2000s. The first venture from the trio was an Air Force 1 that was launched in 2002.
Readers who’re excited about putting a bid for the objects in “Personal Effects: Hiroshi Fujiwara” can accomplish that by way of Sothebys.com beginning at this time till July 26.