Streetwear label A Bathing Ape known for its “camo-prints” on their apparel line is back with more this Spring/Summer 2014. Check out the various camo-print designed hoodies, pants and tees from their Men and Women’s 2014 S/S Lookbook.
Just dropping into A Bathing Ape stores is the BAPE x Simpsons Capsule Collection. The current collection has around 32 pieces featuring letterman jackets, sweaters, hoodies, pants, hats and other accessories. The collection will also be updated in the months ahead.
If you’re a fan of cute vinyl collectible figures then this 2-piece collection might be for you. Medicom Toy known for their BE@RBRICK figures teams up with fashion apparel brand A Bathing Ape (BAPE) for a Milo and Star Wars collab.
Iconic streetwear brand A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. This video takes us on a journey of 20 years of BAPE and where many streetwear brands and labels are fallen by the wayside, BAPE is still here kicking it and rocking the fashion industry.
A Bathing Ape’s Spring 2013 Men’s Collection hopes to cover all the bases with this 60-plus set. Of course, BAPE’s famous camouflage design in their various clothing items, but their are also lots of solid bright colors and pastel-like brownish colors in hoodies, jackets, shorts, hats and other accessories in this collection.
A Bathing Ape’s Spring 2013 Women’s Collection has more than 50 pieces, so it’ll be a credit card buster if you buy everything in this collection! The collection features not only the typical graphic tees, hats, hoodies, skirts, dresses and jackets, but also sandals and belts.
If you can’t hit the top urban street stores or have them in your hood – you can always order online:
Here’s a cool collabaration between BAPE and Revoltech – a Baby Milo action figure. The figure will be hitting BAPE NYC and the web store this week.
Check out BAPE for more info.
This video is about A Bathing Ape (BAPE) founder Nigo. This segment was aired on British TV a couple of years back, but I think it’s a cool look into urban fashion. British TV host Jonathan Ross interviews Nigo (And we find out he’s a geeky toy collector too!). I spent $50 bucks on a BAPE shirt one time – but it was worth it – ‘cuz I was styling.