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After PORTER and Takashi Murakami united toward the end of last year, delivering custom sneakers made from tiny PORTER bags, Murakami confirmed to Highsnobiety that he plans on linking up with the luggage expert once again.

We spotted Murakami at Paris Fashion Week FW19 sporting a large side bag that appeared to be made from a light green nylon similar to the fabric used on the sneaker drop, with a large Murakami-style flower on the front.

After speaking to the artist, we now know that this is an official collaboration and it will release this spring.

Whether this is a single-piece drop or part of a larger capsule remains to be seen. More info to follow as we get it.

Now watch Murakami, Ronnie Fieg, and other insiders share their thoughts on OFF-WHITE FW19.

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