Bape Womens

DJ and designer Tomoaki “Nigo” Nagao paved the way for the future of streetwear when he founded A Bathing Ape in 1993. Blurring the boundaries between ready-to-wear and popular culture, the brand from the buzzing Harajuku district fuses the fun and fantastical elements of Japanese fashion with classic streetwear pieces. Also known as BAPE, the Japanese company was an influential force in the Urahara movement, a style-bending collaboration of mid-’90s skater wear with Americana staples. Forever lodged in this Y2K era, a bathing ape womenswear at END. amalgamates workwear with casual basics and Ivy League pieces. With plenty of bold graphics and slogan-heavy prints, the label takes inspiration from Planet of the Apes, with the trademark Ape Head motif featuring throughout each collection. The brand’s signature military camouflage never fails to go unnoticed either. Look for it on the labels' signature jersey t-shirts, soft cotton sweats and socks. Now 30 years later, BAPE women’s is at the forefront of the streetwear game with its pieces coveted by loyal fans each season. Continuously evolving, the brand takes inspiration from military jet artwork with its shark prints on pure-cotton hoodies. Cult items like the shooting star–embellished BAPE STA sneakers are also continuously updated in fresh revamps that reflect the label’s unusual charisma and urban flair. With exciting collaborations, bape women's place at the top of bold graphic fashion appears firmly cemented.

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