BAPE Introduces New Flame Pattern for SS20

Dressing an array of apparel and accessory items.

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Starting out in the hip streets of Harajuku, Japan, BAPE has been dominating the steetwear scene since its inception back in 1993. Over the years, the label has managed to infuse its unique codes into every major city around the world, seeing everyone from celebrities, athletes and influencers alike rocking the infectious BAPE CAMO and sporting the label’s ubiquitous APE Head motif.

Known for its eye-catching colorful camo prints, the streetweat stalwart has recently introduced a new print for Spring/Summer 2020, “BAPE FLAME,” which is literal flames. The flame pattern comes in either a red or blue colorway option and dresses zip-up hoodies, jeans and a range of skate decks. The pattern is expected to be featured heavily on more upcoming releases, including more apparel items and accessories.

Interested readers will be able to pick up items featuring BAPE‘s new flame pattern starting this Saturday, February 1 at all BAPE locations and BAPE’s online store.

BAPE also recently expanded its home décor line with ABC CAMO tableware.

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BAPE Flame Pattern SS20 Items

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