Trophy Room x BAPE Lookbook and Pop-Up Details Revealed

Marking the retailer’s first collab with an apparel brand.

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After receiving news that Marcus Jordan’s Trophy Room would be collaborating with streetwear giant BAPE, we receive an in-depth look at the anticipated lineup. The lookbook showcases raglan shirts, tees, shorts, and a snapback featuring the iconic BAPE head and camo motif juxtaposed with the Trophy Room’s logo in gold foil print. In order to celebrate the co-branded collection, the Florida boutique has announced a pop-up event scheduled for March 25 at SNAP! art gallery in Orlando. Items will be limited per customer and served on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The collaborative clothing and accessories will also be sold online at Bape.com and the following retail locations starting on Saturday, March 25: Trophy Room, BAPEXCLUSIVETM Aoyama and Kyoto, BAPE DSMG and BAPE New York. Scroll through the images above to see the collection and get more updates via the collection’s webpage.

TROPHY ROOM by A BATHING APE Pop-Up
Saturday, March 25 at 9 a.m.
1013 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32803

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