Bape 2008 Spring/Summer Collection June Release

Bape’s legacy has very much been built on the success of its t-shirt collection. From the early hand printed t-shirts to the enormous empire Nigo has developed, there still stands a strong allegiance to the brands sometimes simple logos and graphics. In this latest release set for the weekend at Bape Hong Kong, look for an assortment of tees to drop. Ranging from rather childish renditions of Baby Milo, to more iconic uses of camo, a diverse range is available starting this Saturday. Bape Hong Kong #10 Ground Floor Queens Road, Central Hong Kong

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Bape’s legacy has very much been built on the success of its t-shirt collection. From the early hand printed t-shirts to the enormous empire Nigo has developed, there still stands a strong allegiance to the brands sometimes simple logos and graphics. In this latest release set for the weekend at Bape Hong Kong, look for an assortment of tees to drop. Ranging from rather childish renditions of Baby Milo, to more iconic uses of camo, a diverse range is available starting this Saturday.

Bape Hong Kong
#10 Ground Floor
Queens Road, Central
Hong Kong



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