Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 logo
FOOTWEAR Published: February 19, 2020 Updated: February 21, 2020  |  WORDS: Eshwaran Subramaniam

Hiroshi Fujiwara reveals a new colorway for the Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70

Ahead of his Milan showcase, Hiroshi Fujiwara teases a new colorway for his collab with Moncler and Converse.

Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 black canvas

The Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 has subtle changes, fitting into the minimalist aesthetic of Fragment and Moncler.

Hiroshi Fujiwara, aka Fragment, has become a prominent figure in the streetwear scene for his minimalist take on sneakers and apparel. This time he has partnered with luxury outerwear designer Moncler on a collection named “7 Moncler Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara”

Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 black canvas 2

Along with the announcement of the collaboration, we got a glimpse of the Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 in a black colorway. The sneaker is wrapped in black canvas uppers embellished with white stitching. A black rectangle has been stitched into the lateral panels and the top rim of the outsole is painted black, with text written towards the heel.

At the heel, we see a shiny black heel tab, with the Moncler logo set above the Fragment lightning. The Chuck Taylor brand tab has been altered to include the Fragment logo and name.

Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70 white canvas

Just a day before the collection’s debut, Fujiwara unveiled a white colorway. The black canvas on the uppers has been replaced with a pearly white canvas. The white stitching and outsoles remain the same, but the heel tab is now holographic white with the same logos in black.

You can check out the full collection on February 19 and follow his Instagram, @fujiwarahiroshi, for more updates.

Would you grab the white or black colorway of the Fragment x Moncler x Converse Chuck 70? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

All images: Instagram/ @fujiwarahiroshi

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