A Bathing Ape 2014 Spring/Summer e-MOOK Women's Lookbook

While its AAPE division explored sports with its release yesterday, A Bathing Ape’s women’s

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While its AAPE division explored sports with its release yesterday, A Bathing Ape’s women’s division returns to more established aesthetics for a new lookbook. The brand assembled some looks in collaboration with e-MOOK magazine, here highlighting key hoodies, button-up shirts, shorts and skirts from the ladies’ range. Bold ‘Ape Head’ camouflage adorns two hoodies in varieties of tonal pink and orange, styled a bit long for a street-ready feel. Elsewhere, A Bathing Ape produces sleeveless and dip-dye polo shirts, chic chambray and camouflage skirts, and plaid shorts for the fairer sex – all wearable standards for the wardrobe. Enjoy this look at the latest from A Bathing Ape above.

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