Maserati And Hiroshi Fujiwara Launch Limited-Edition Capsule Collection of Streetwear Fashion


Maserati and the godfather of streetwear fashion Hiroshi Fujiwara have collaborated for the second time this year, this time for the limited edition Capsule Edition of streetwear fashion.

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The Capsule Collection brings together Fujiwara’s rebellious style and Maserati striking design.

Italian automaker Maserati and Fragment founder Hiroshi Fujiwara, one of the most influential designers in streetwear fashion collaborated for the first time earlier this year for the global launch in Tokyo of Maserati meets Fragment. The collaborators have come together once again for the launch of the Fragment meets Maserati, a limited-edition capsule collection of streetwear staples co-created by Fujiwara and Maserati.

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The collection comprises two styles of hoodies, oversized t-shirts and a baseball cap emblazoned with the signifiers of these two iconic brands. The Capsule Collection brings together Fujiwara’s rebellious style and Maserati striking design. The Fragment meets Maserati capsule collection is available worldwide at Maserati Stores and on Hypebeast’s e-commerce platform.


 Maserati and Fujiwara collaborated earlier this year on the Ghibli Operanera and Ghibli Operabianca special-editions

Earlier this year, the Italian carmaker and the streetwear designer collaborated to bring the Maserati Ghibli Operanera and the Ghibli Operabianca special-edition cars. These special edition models were limited to only 175 units globally and are meant to symbolise “the deconstruction of convention, a rebirth of hope and unmistakable statements of intent.”


Sprucing up the Ghibli were elements like the premium leather and Alcantara interiors with contrasting silver inserts. The seatbelts were done up in dark blue, while the grille and trident logo were tricked out. Both versions also got the 20-inch Uranus matte black alloy wheels and a badge with the Fragment logo on the C-pillar.

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