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Fujiwara was born in a rural area that he described as being very boring. It is possible that this would not have happened had he not grown up there. Fujiwara, who was born just a 10-minute walk from Ise Jingu (one of Japan's most sacred shrines), made his holy pilgrimage to London in 1982, when he went to 430 Kings Road, the birthplace for punk. Fujiwara was shook to the core by this boutique, which was really the back of a vintage and record shop. It was renamed SEX by punk's first and longest-lasting impresario Malcolm Mclaren. Fashion and style were just as important to the punk scene as music. The fact that Mclaren was partnered by the soon-to be design legend Vivienne westwood, and the Sex Pistols met in the same shop is not a coincidence. Fujiwara was fascinated by the clothing and style that originated from a cultural phenomenon, initially as a uniform but later elevated to luxury garments.
After his stay in London, Fujiwara moved to New York. In the early 1980s, Fujiwara was captivated by hip hop culture, the most influential musical revolution in the 20th century. He eventually formed his own DJ team Tiny Panx. Fujiwara introduced Western hip-hop streetwear into Japan through DJing and articles published in magazines like Popeye. Fujiwara's streetwear brands Good Enough, and Fragment were launched when this culture had reached critical mass in Japan.tissot replica The clothing made by these companies quickly became cult and sold out immediately upon launch. Fujiwara became a true innovator through clothing that reflected this musical style. He mentored streetwear icons Nigo from A Bathing Ape, and Jun Takahashi from Undercover in creating their own brands. Fujiwara's cult status as a streetwear God led him to design Nike's HTM line and collaborate with countless other brands. He also appeared in Lost in Translation, and designed guitars Eric Clapton. In 2017, Fujiwara opened a pop-up Louis Vuitton shop in Tokyo, which sold clothing that was the result of a collaboration he had with Kim Jones.