Anti Social Social Club and BAPE's Second Collaboration Gets Funky With All-Over Camo (UPDATE)

Product shots of the collection have been released.

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Anti Social Social Club and BAPE have announced a third collaborative collection in celebration of Los Angeles and Tokyo. Following the Los Angeles-exclusive capsule that released in April 2018 and a New York-only drop from May 2017, the two’s third offering is rife with ASSC’s signature text graphics and BAPE’s iconic FIRST CAMO pattern, making for a striking slate of camouflaged emotions.

Lookbook images show three different types of camo: a classic woodland style mix of tan, brown and green, a bright cotton candy-esque pink and a cool mixture of blue hues. All three of these palettes spread across the vast majority of the collection’s hooded sweatshirts and tees. ASSC’s sad boy style is provided on both the front and rear of most items: the chest serves up small unaltered text logos and askew katakana, while the back overlays a full-size text hit with more Katakana characters. Hooded sweatshirts dole out an extra punch of flair with more Japanese text on the hood itself. For those who’d prefer something a touch more toned down, there’s also camo-covered ABC “box logo” t-shirts as well.

The Anti Social Social Club x BAPE Fall 2020 collection will release on September 4 at 11 A.M. ET via the Anti Social Social Club webstore in the US. In Japan, it’ll release on September 5 at BAPE Harajuku and the BAPE webstore.

Need more camo? Take a look at Tomica and BEAMS‘s playful new camouflage collection of fuzzy fleece plus accessories and toys.

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