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Converse’s Collab with Hiroshi Fujiwara Sells Out in One Day

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Converse’s collaboration with Tokyo-based street culture icon and Fragment Design Founder, Hiroshi Fujiwara sold out in one day.

The limited-edition Converse One Star ’74 Fragment Design sneaker, offered in white and blue, sold out on Friday. The style combines modern construction details, including Lunarlon sockliners for cushioning, with the original One Star sneaker design that dates back to the ’70 skate scene. The sneakers retailed for $100.


The collaboration is part of Converse First String, a collection that celebrates craftsmanship, authenticity and collaboration at the highest level. Fujiwara describes himself as a “cultural DJ” and is renowned worldwide as a symbol of “sophisticated style, subtle design and impeccable cool.”

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