A Bathing Ape

Need some high-quality headphones to match your BAPE swag? New York-based audio brand Master & Dynamic has the perfect accessories for you.

One of Hip-Hop’s most celebrated lyricists is about to get more tribute. BAPE has announced a Pusha T capsule.

A Bathing Ape is still a streetwear staple and the brand has collaborated with adidas Originals for a fall/winter 2018 capsule collection. 

adidas Originals and A BATHING APE link for a new collection for FW18.

A Bathing Ape founder, Nigo, an all around respected figure in fashion and streetwear, teamed up with adidas Originals back in February. Months passed and lovers of streetwear culture clamored for any info about the upcoming release, but the ambiguity ends today with the unveiling of the fall/winter 2014 collection.

With 25 seasons (and counting) under their belt, The Simpsons is the longest scripted show in television history. Japanese trendsetting brand, A Bathing Ape (BAPE) has been around for 20 years themselves.

Artists like Pharrell and Clipse may have put BAPE on the map, but it was Japanese fashion designer, DJ, and producer Nigo who founded A Bathing Ape. Having parted ways with his brainchild, the creative now services clothing mainstay Uniqlo as their Creative Director.

Two of streetwear’s powerhouse brands in A Bathing Ape (BAPE) and Stussy banded together to create the aptly coined “Ill Collaboration” collection. As if the title wasn’t mean enough, the two fashion staples reached out to a few young guys spearheading their own movements to appear in the lookbook.

Chances that A$AP Ferg will be celebrating this entire week are pretty high. Within 48 hours, the bubbling rapper released a t-shirt in collaboration with A Bathing Ape and his long awaited debut Trap Lord.

Rapper and fashion brand collaborations have become commonplace in Hip-Hop culture. The latest of which banded Snoop Lion and A Bathing Ape (a.k.a BAPE) together to create a capsule collection inspired by the legendary MC’s new found, Rastafarian lifestyle.

Pharrell Williams has rapper, producer, designer, author and much more on his resume, so why not “model” too? The N.E.R.D. artist gets his blue steel type poses on for Cool Trans magazine, sporting his own Billionaire Boys Club and A Bathing Ape gear.