A Bathing Ape "Black Label"

2007 was a significant year in street fashion because it was the year that streetwear connoisseurs in the States officially went back to wearing basic colors such as black. Fans of the Japanese label, A Bathing Ape, who are tired of all the colorful prints might rejoice when seeing this news. A Bathing Ape has released a new line called the “Black Label” which the clothes in this collection will be predominately – black. Of course, the Bape camos and logos which has made the brand popular will still be around but this time in a more subtle way. The “Black Label” has been released and is now available only at the Bapeclusive store in Aoyama, Japan. Image: Cliffedge

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2007 was a significant year in street fashion because it was the year that streetwear connoisseurs in the States officially went back to wearing basic colors such as black. Fans of the Japanese label, A Bathing Ape, who are tired of all the colorful prints might rejoice when seeing this news. A Bathing Ape has released a new line called the “Black Label” which the clothes in this collection will be predominately – black. Of course, the Bape camos and logos which has made the brand popular will still be around but this time in a more subtle way. The “Black Label” has been released and is now available only at the Bapeclusive store in Aoyama, Japan.

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