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Sony Music Artists Nike Roshe LD 1000 by fragment Design

This Sony Music Artists Nike Roshe LD 1000 by fragment design was first spotted at Sony Music’s SMA40th event in Tokyo.

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Created by Hiroshi Fujiwara, whom has a close relationship with the managers at SMA put together a fragment design using the Nike Roshe LD 1000 silhouette to celebrate the SMA40th anniversary.

This particular design features a full Black base with White detailing hitting the Nike Swoosh logos, the talent management company’s logo embroidered on the heel and a clean White sole.

Don’t expect to see these hit retailers anytime soon as they look to be an exclusive collaboration for the artists under Sony Music Artists Inc., but if anything were to change we’ll keep you updated.

Sony Music Artists Nike Roshe LD 1000

Sony Music Artists Nike Roshe LD 1000

Source: kazharada / lamfung86

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