Fragment founder Hiroishi Fujiwara is known for his affinity for monochromatic designs. Which makes his latest collaboration with Leica a perfect match. The Japanese designer has teamed with the legendary German camera manufacturer on a pair of highly-limited cameras that only shoot in black and white. Both the M10 Monochrom and Q2 Monochrom have Leica's signature red dot deleted, in keeping with the black-and-white aesthetic, and feature smooth cowhide leather on the grips as well as Fragment's dual-thunderbolt logo on the top plate. Limited to just 20 examples each, they'll be available in May exclusively at Leica's Ginza Six store, in celebration of the shop's fifth anniversary.