fragment design Aligns With Helinox for a Tent Collaboration


Helinox has a penchant for merging the worlds of fashion and outdoor equipment through its collaborative projects. We’ve seen the label link up with the likes of OBEY and Off-White™ for joint ventures in the last several months, and now it has tapped Hiroshi Fujiwara and his team at fragment design to introduce a three-piece tent and cot capsule.

Designed for camping trips and outdoor excursions, the assemblage features a duo of tents that come in medium and large sizes. The medium-sized version is styled with black exteriors and comes stamped with an oversized fragment hit in white font, while the bigger variation is outfitted with two-toned black and blue motif that carries identical branding. Elsewhere in the collection is a cot that comes with an elevated base that’s supported by three stands and a see-through film arch. Overarching rods help support the top of the piece, and these are dialed to a crisp blue hue to align with fragment design’s signature design language. The moniker of the Fujiwara’s label also finds its way onto the side panels.

No release information has been announced just yet, but you can likely expect Helinox to announce it in the coming weeks.

For more news, check out the upcoming fragment design x UNDERCOVER collab.

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