Eric Emanuel Joins BAPE for Colorful Shorts Capsule

Three colorways inspired by the original BAPE CAMO.

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New York-based designer Eric Emanuel has joined A BATHING APE once again for a vibrant shorts capsule. The shorts colorways are inspired by original BAPE CAMO, such as new TRIBAL CAMO, MULTI CAMO and RED COLOR CAMO. Comprised of three mesh shorts, the collection continues to celebrate Emanuel’s close connection with BAPE. He recalls traveling to New York City from his home in upstate New York and making sure to stop by the BAPE store first.

A pattern of BAPESTA’s lighting logo is printed throughout, while Emanuel’s signature double “E” logo patches are emblazoned on the front. The Tribal-inspired colorway features a white background with black and brown logos, while the multi-colored design boasts light blue, pink and yellow lightning bolts. Rounding off the capsule is a pair of red shorts that feature the BAPE lightning logo in varying red tones.

The BAPE x Eric Emanuel collaboration will be available August 22 on BAPE’s website and at in-store locations for $149 USD.

For more collaborations, COMME des GARÇONS’ PLAY and The North Face Japan have announced a new capsule called “PLAY TOGETHER.”

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