Japanese streetwear label A Bathing Ape aka BAPE is celebrating the 40 years of Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982, Universal Pictures) with A Bathing Ape x ET Collection. The A Bathing Ape x ET Collection features apparel presented with graphics of iconic scenes and characters of the film in the design language of BAPE, …
The Leica D-Lux 7 “A BATHING APE x STASH” Limited-Edition Camera is when Leica Camera meets the Japanese streetwear icon, A Bathing Ape. I know right? It’s quite a sight to behold that will make even non-shutterbugs want one. I know I want but I am probably already too late. However, more importantly, I don’t …
Following a sold-out collab with TUMI, Razer is holding hands with A Bathing Ape. Though this isn’t the first time the gaming lifestyle company has collaborated with BAPE. It did in 2020.
Back in 2009, BAPE’s designer ordered a custom Mercedes-AMG 300 GL Gullwing for BAPE Hong Kong’s 3-year Anniversary Party. It was a one-of-a-kind radical ride that only one can only drool over. Well, not anymore.
I am sure you are familiar with BEARBRICK (stylized as [email protected]). This half-bear, half-Kubrick figure that, for some reason, has a potbelly, has been around for over two decades. Since its introduction, it has since countless co-branding/collaborations.
Mattel is super serious about making the UNO deck a thing to collect. Joining Rick and Morty, the 50th Anniversary Premium Card set and more in the growing list of UNO that you do not want to play with is the UNO x A Bathing Ape.
Those who missed out on the Dr. Martens x A Bathing Ape and Dr. Martens x Mastermind World 1460 Remastered Boots, here’s your chance in getting both shoes at one go.
Streetwear culture finally meets gaming chair. Singapore-based gaming chair maker, Secretlab, has revealed the first ever “streetwear culture gaming chair” in a capsule collection created with Japanese streetwear label, A Bathing Ape’s secondary line AAPE.
Banksy’s graffiti artwork Flower Bomber is getting another vinyl figure treatment. This time, Japanese streetwear label BAPE has teamed up with Brandalism for an ABC CAMO version.