BAPE x Black Scale Capsule Collection

Streetwear powerhouses collaborate for a limited-edition range.

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Japanese brand BAPE is collaborating with American streetwear mainstay Black Scale to launch a special limited-edition capsule collection. In this collection, BAPE’s signature SHARK HOODIE was given a Black Scale camo revamp as part of a five-item line of T-shirts, long-sleeves, sweatpants and caps. Launching on February 20, the range sees an artful combination of the two powerhouses’ trademark insignias. The BAPE x Black Scale collection will be available for purchase online and in stores worldwide.

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