Every Single BAPE Collaboration | Full List of BAPE Collabs

Every Single BAPE Collaboration | Full List of BAPE Collabs

If there’s one brand that’s known for doing collaborations, it’s BAPE.

Since entering the world in 1993, A Bathing Ape has achieved countless feats and accolades that other brands could only dream of. One way in which BAPE was able to hit the mainstream and diversify its audience was through collaborations with other brands, artists, musicians and TV shows/movies/animations.

Over the years, the Japanese-born streetwear brand has collaborated with some of the most iconic figures such as Kanye West, KAWS and Pharrell Williams, as well as global entities like Adidas, Pepsi, Nintendo and Marvel.

We’ve put together the complete list of every single BAPE collaboration in history. Although you may be able to list off many, we’re sure there will be some BAPE collabs in here that you never knew existed! If there are any we have missed, feel free to comment below and we’ll add ’em. You can also shop BAPE items here on Top Floor Gallery at very affordable prices!

1998: BAPE x Stash 

1999: BAPE x Tokion 

This was an exclusive tee created for the Command Z exhibition in the Bape Gallery in Tokyo. The gallery organised by Bape founder Nigo featured work by artists Futura & Stash. These Tees were available at the exhibition along with 3 toy figures.

2001: BAPE x Pepsi  

This was a collaboration that really look the world by a storm, and allowed BAPE to expose itself to the more mainstream consumers who weren’t necessarily into fashion or streetwear. Aluminium Pepsi bottles and cans were plastered with BAPE’s “ABC Camo” in green, blue and pink. Aside from beverages, a limited edition T-shirt, Hoodie and highly sought-after reversible jacket were released. This should go down in history as one of BAPE’s greatest collabs in our

2001/2002: BAPE x KAWS 

After seeing KAWS’ work, Nigo asked the New York artist to collaborate with BAPE, releasing a very limited tee and pillow with the famous “X” motif replacing the Ape Head’s eyes. KAWS himself has also ventured out into clothing since then with his brand OriginalFake as well as collaborations with Uniqlo (click here to shop our wide range of KAWS products on Top Floor Gallery)! 

2002: BAPE x Shawn Mortenson 

The late American photographer and photojournalist Shawn Mortenson had a number of his photos screen printed onto white BAPE tees. These include the “Bentley Tee”, “Beck Tees”, “Snoop Dogg Cadillac Tee”, and of course the iconic “Biggie Tee” featuing Biggie Smalls rocking a first camo jacket. 

2002: BAPE x Hoff Dylan 

Hidetoshi Nakata is a former Japanese football/soccer player who collaborated with BAPE on numerous occasions – and in fact BAPE’s first collaboration with anything or anyone sports-related. Released in 2002 was a compressed tee as seen. 

2002: BAPE x Obey

These tees were a very limited release and thus very difficult to obtain these days – especially if you’re looking for it in it’s original packaging. Each tee was shrink-wrapped with a golden material into a rectangle. Unconventional ideas like these is just one of the many reasons why people fell in love with BAPE.  

 

2002: BAPE x Supreme

Believe it or not, Supreme and BAPE collaborated back in 2002, releasing variants of the iconic Supreme box logo tee – the box logo filled with some sort of BAPE camo. Although we don’t see these 2 brands joining forces in the near future, we’re just glad it happend. What we’re not glad about is how hard to they are to come across. But what you may be glad about is our collection of Supreme clothing such as Box logos, tees and bags you can buy online here!

200(?): BAPE x Ticket Pia

Ticket Pia is Japan’s biggest ticket website for purchasing movie, musical, concert tickets + more. This exclusive tee was not for sale to the public, instead raffled and given to lucky winners who entered. 

2004: BAPE x Gary Panter 

Cartoonist, illustrator, painter, designer and musician Gary Panter showcased his talents on a number of pieces, from tees to down jackets. BAPE branding was minimal on this collaboration, with Panter’s cartoons being the centre of attention (as seen below). 

2005: BAPE x KAWS

05 saw a number of collaborative pieces released by KAWS and BAPE, one of which that will go down in history – the AW2005 Desiccated Baby Milo Full Zip Hoodie. These hoodies were released in a variety of colours including red, baby blue, light pink and white, featuring a graphic depiction of Baby Milo’s body is a desiccated state. 

Kleshas Girls was a Japanese group that came onto the music scene on the 8th of October 2005, before separating on the 31st of December…the same year. Despite their less than 3-month run, BAPE took Kleshas Girls on board for a collaborative release.  

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2005: BAPE x Marvel

If you know your BAPE, this collaboration needs to introduction. The Marvel Bapestas were a special kind, not only because each pair represented Marvel heros like Iron Man, Captain America and Spider-Man, but also because of the way they were packaged. Want to learn more about Bapestas?

2005: BAPE x Daft Punk 

 

The French duo Daft Punk create some of the most distinct and unique music, infusing elements of house with disco, rock, techno, pop…you name it, Daft Punk have probably dabbled in it. With their whole aura akin to BAPE’s philosophy and experimental nature, it was only right the two names joined to produce some heat. And that heat was a pair of Bapestas that made the list for the Top 10 most iconic Bapestas in history. 
 

2006: BAPE x Nakata.net Soccer Ball

2006: BAPE x N.E.R.D

Pharell Williams, a member of the Rap/hip hop/RnB trio N.E.R.D (No One Ever Really Dies) went on to create a clothing label of his own with Nigo, known as Billionaire Boys Club (as well as ICECREAM – the subsidiary label). If you’re looking to buy BBC ICECREAM clothing online at affordable prices, we’ve got a nice selection here! 

2006: BAPE x Disney (Pooh plush) 

2006: BAPE x Jacob & Co

2006: BAPE x Pharrell (Roadstas)

 

BAPE’s first ever shoe with an Air Bubble that resembles the iconic Nike Air Max series, was also one of Pharrell’s first collaborations with the Japanese streetwear brand. The Pharrell Roadstas were released in 3 vibrant metallic colourways, featuring Skateboard P’s head on the heel.

 

Released in 1983, the crime drama film Scarface is still commended today as one of the most iconic movies of its time. In 06, in collaboration with Scarface, BAPE dropped a series of tees – the Scarface spellout logo with BAPE camo, as well as a cigar-smoking Al Pacino featured on a tee. 

2007: BAPE x Marvel

2007: BAPE x Kanye West

This was Kanye’s very first sneaker collaboration release and easily make our list for the 10 most iconic Baepstas. Although these weren’t crafted from patent leather, that didn’t take away from their appeal one bit. If anything, the standard leather texture imparted a greater sense of luxury and a premiumness.

These red, brown and cream Bapestas also featured the Dropout Bear on the outer side of each pair – a colourful character featured on the cover on Kanye West’s Albums “College Drop Out” (2004) and “Late Resignation” (2005).

2007: BAPE x DC Comics

The capsule featured sweaters, Bapestas in special action figure toy-like packaging, and hoodies featuring various superheros such as Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman.

2007: BAPE x 24 Hour Television 

24 Hour television is a annual fundraiser event aired on TV. For the 2007 telethon, BAPE collaborated with the event, with 2 tees being released. Although these feature the Ape Head, the neck tag is not the official BAPE tag – instead, the “24 hour television” tag is stitched. 

 

2007/2008: BAPE x Pzzilazres 

The Pazzilazres tee was only available for purchase through an order form included in a catalog sent to Bape Card members ~2007/8.

2008: BAPE x Disney (Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Plush)

‘Super Saiyan’ was the overarching theme of this collab, showcasing beloved characters such as Goku, Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan. And it goes without saying (or saiyan), Baby Milo makes an appearance on several of these pieces. 

2008: BAPE x Nintendo 

A Bathing Ape joined forced with the Japanese multinational electronics and video game company, releasing a range of apparel and even a DS Lite.

2008: BAPE x All Japan Pro Wrestling (Nigos Favorite Store exclusive)

2008: BAPE x The Godfather 

Symbol was a movie starring famous Japanese comedian Hitoshi Matsumoto – in celebration of this film he had both directed and starred in, BAPE released a number of Tees featuring Baby Milo and Matsumoto in his “Symbol” character.

2009: BAPE x Ghostbusters

This collaboration was in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Ghosbusters. 3 Bapesta colourways were released – white, black and red.

3 tops as well as a coffee mug were also released in this capsule.

This was the Ohio artist’s first collaboration with BAPE, but it definitely wasn’t his first encounter with the brand nor Nigo, having been an employee at the BAPE store in New York. The tees featured a characterised Cudi donning a Shark Hoodie, accompanied by Baby Milo. 

Browse BAPE, BBC Icecream, Palace + more here!

2010: BAPE x CASIO G-Shock 

Two BAPE-branded G-Shock watches were released in 2010; the DW-6900 in April and GLS-5500 in November

It’s safe to say that 2010 was a good year for Cudi – the former BAPE employee got the chance to work with Nigo and release a “Milo Party Tee” in January, and a very limited “Rager” tee to commemorate the release of his sophomore album, Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. This one was only released at BAPE NY.

This was the very first collaboration with the iconic surf-skate brand Stussy. Numerous drops have followed since.

2011: BAPE x Harris Tweed (Bapecheck)

To commemorate the 5 year anniversary of KAWS’ clothing brand “OriginalFake”, a number of pieces were released. However, this definitely wasn’t the first time the New York street artist had worked with BAPE. 

This collaboration was actually under the BBC label and not BAPE, in celebration of Vogue’s “Fashion’s Night Out” event. The capsule included a series of tees featuring BAPE camo and iconic BBC characters such as Cones and Bones, and the Astronaut. 

2011: BAPE x Gizmobies (iPhone 4)

 2012: BAPE x Porter 

 

Established in 1962 under the Yoshida & Co. brand, Porter focuses on high quality yet functional and aesthetically appealing bags. The first BAPE and Porter collab to receive major recognition was in 2011, and due to the success and high demand, they collaborated again the following year with the “Jacquard ABC Camo” collection. But little to people know, the 2 brands had collaborated in the past (see here).  

In celebration of their 50th anniversary, The Rolling Stones teamed up with a series of streetwear brands including BAPE, Billionaire Boys Club (BBC), Number (N)ine, Swagger and Luker by Neighborhood.

2012: BAPE x Swarovski  

2012: BAPE x Sunpocket Sunglasses

This marked the very first year BAPE and the streetwear brand established in 2002 – Undefeated. The fall/winter collection consisted of graphic tees, sweats, and a varsity jacket alongside bandanas, New Era 59FIFTY fitted caps and Starter snapbacks, making use of A Bathing Ape’s 1ST Camo print throughout. You can even buy a tee from the 2017 collab here!

2012: BAPE x Fred Perry (60th anniversary)

In commemoration of Fred Perry’s 60th anniversary, BAPE teamed up with the tennis sports-wear turned fashion brand, releasing a number of classic pieces, including the iconic polo shirt with both Fred Perry and A Bathing Ape branding. 

2012: BAPE x UNKWN (Lebron James)

This marks the first year that Miami-based designer, street, and lifestyle retail destination (co-founded by LeBron James, Jaron Kanfer, and Frankie Walker Jr.) cooked something up with the Japanese streetwear label. The Miami and Basketball influence is evident in the designs of these tees.

2013: BAPE x Gizmobies (iPhone 5)

The iconic BAPE 1st Camouflage pattern decorated the outside frame of the Beats SOLO HD Headphones with the BAPE 20th anniversary logo stamped on the inside. Blast Teriyaki Boyz and tracks produced by Nigo on these badboys. 

In 2012, after a trip to Jamaica, Snoop announced a conversion to Rastafarianism and a new alias, Snoop Lion. As Snoop Lion he released a reggae album, Reincarnated, and a documentary film of the same name, about his Jamaican experience, in early 2013. In the same year, he collaborated with BAPE, releasing a series of tees – one with the word “reincarnated” printed across the chest. 

Although the more well-known collab between these two was back in 2008, BAPE and Spongebob came together again 6 years later. The capsule collection included a range of sweaters, tees, shorts as well as accessories, all clad in mashed up motifs from both entities.

2015: BAPE x Minions 

Interesting…

The two brand blessed us in both Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer with a collection of footwear and apparel. Four sneakers featuring three of PUMA’s most popular silhouettes: the Disc Blaze, the R698, and the Blaze of Glory were adorned with BAPE branding and camo. The apparel ranged from Tees to tracksuit sets and bags. 

If you live in Japan and haven’t heard of AKB48, you wouldn’t be living anywhere except under a rock. AKB48 is a Japanese idol girl group named after the Akihabara (Akiba for short) area in Tokyo, where the group’s theater is located. The group included 134 members as of December 2018, aged from their early teens to their mid-20s. And there are thousands, if not millions that go crazy over them, just as many do over BAPE. A range of tote bags, tees and jackets were released, featuring Baby Milo and popular members of the girl group.

Kamen rider is a popular boys TV show which features superheros decked out in dope outfits and masks, fighting supervillains. Although the young demographic of Kamen Rider may not be into BAPE, those who grew up with the show in the 90s may have felt a sense of nostalgia from this collection – full zip hoodies and a range of tees were released.

The animal cartoon character created in the early 1900s originated from the studio of an Australian cartoonist. Since its inception, Felix has become a ubiquitous character in modern culture, especially in Japan. This collaboration featured a cute combination of Felix and Baby Milo printed on tees, as well as a full zip BAPE “Shark” hoodie – with Felix replacing the Shark. 

 

 

 

2016: BAPE x Undefeated

These two heavyweights in the streetwear game have released joint collections annually since 2016. 

 

 

2016: BAPE x SKE48

Similar to AKB48, SKE48 is a Japanese idol girl group, but named after the Sakae disctrict in Nagoya, whereas AKB48 is Akihabara. A number of tees were released as part of this BAPE collab, featuring main SKE48 idol girls and Baby Milo – an adorable capsule for sure. 

Along with a range of tees, BAPE released a new limited edition Tranformers MP CONVOY in the Black Camo version. Optimus Prime is decked out in luxe black BAPE Camo rather than the traditional red and blue. The figure was only able to be purchased through a raffle, making this piece a sought after one for BAPE to Transformers collectors alike. A green and red version were also released.

Since coming onto the scene in 2011, KITH has made some major moves. In celebration of its fith year, the New York-based lifestyle brand came together with A Bathing Ape, creating an assortment of apparel, accessories and the iconic Bapestas. The Ronnie Fieg Bapestas were handcrafted in Portugal using premium Italian materials. To top it all off, New York hip hop artist Joey Badass modelled in the lookbook for the collaboration. 

Leading up to the Godzilla Resurgence movie released in the Summer of 2016, A Bathing Ape dropped a collaborative collection that launched on the film’s release date. Godzilla graphics were combined with the iconic BAPE college and Ape Head logo on a series of tees.  

The “8 Bit” Tee collection by A Bathing Ape and Adam Lister was released in October, featuring a number of tees incorporating the New York’s artists iconic style. Lister’s work is “heavily influenced by mathematics, minimalism and pop culture”. 

2016: BAPE x Bearbrick (100%, 400%, 1000%)

A retro-inspired collection dropped in 2016 with gaming icon CAPCOM. Classic games including Resident Evil, Street Fighter and Mega Man made appearances on a limited edition collection of tote bags and tees. 

Following on from collaborations with Bounty Hunter, Champion, Dover Street Market, Undefeated, Helinox and Porter earlier in the year, BAPE teamed up with the iconic Japanese manga/anime One Piece. Both One Piece and A Bathing Ape were born in the 90s, and are still going strong to this day.  

This drop with ASSC  was only available at the BAPE NYC store, with limited quantities. 

After the successful collab in 2016, the two brands decided to drop another capsule the following year. This time around, the iconic MA-1 and N-3B silhouettes were covered in BAPE Camo as well as the Shark motif, respectively.  

2017: BAPE x Undefeated (Fall/Winter)

Like it or not, BAPE and Undefeated came together once again with a number of detailed Shark Hoodies, Tees, Sweatpants and Caps. 

The SS17 collection featured lighter colours than the F/W as expected. But the details were still there, with both BAPE and Undefeated branding on the various Tees, Shark Shorts, Hoodies and caps that dropped during April. 

IT’S LIT! 

A cartoonised Travis Scott can be seen standing next to Baby Milo. These tees were released in November as a limited run, hence the high resell value today. 

2017: BAPE x Big Sean 

Straight up. The same deal as with Travis Scott, Big Sean was also made into a character alongside Baby Milo. 

2017: BAPE x Kid Cudi

We don’t quite know what to say nor how to feel about this one…

We’ll let you be the judge of whether this BAPE’s collab with the Despicable Me characters – Minions. The first collaborative drop was back in 2015 in celebration of the first Minions movie. This drop was for the 3rd installment. 

2017: BAPE x Champion (Spring/Summer)

A staple brand like Champion hardly ever fails to impress. From the iconic Champion Reverse Weave Hoodies to sweatpants, the brand has become synonymous with comfort and quality. Although this wasn’t the first time, BAPE and Champion came together in 2017 releasing hoodies, jerseys, tees and basketball shorts. 

2017: BAPE x Champion (Fall/Winter) 

Following on from their Spring/Summer capsule earlier in the year, A Bathing Ape and Champion blessed us all again with some pieces for the colder seasons. The designs were much more conservative than the loud SS drop, featuring fleeces and green BAPE camo hoodies. 

2017: BAPE x Medicom Toy

[email protected] by Japanese toy company Medicom Toy are ubiquitous in streetwear culture today. So much so that many hip hop artists have [email protected] displayed around their homes. In 2017, BAPE teamed up with Medicom Toy, releasing 100% and 400% [email protected] in a green, pink and blue camo, as well as an apparel collection featuring BAPE Shark Hoodies.  

A seen above, A Bathing Ape has collaborated with numerous figures, TV shows, animes and brands in pop culture over the years. The ninja-themed comic “Ninja Hattori Kun” by Fujiko Fujio got a BAPE makeover during 2017, with the quintessentially Japanese anime emblazoned on hoodies and tees. 

Decorated in BAPE’s signature ABC camo, Air Buggy and A Bathing Ape released baby strollers in 3 different colourways. Why not start ’em young?

In commemoration of  “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”, various items were made available including hoodies, long sleeves, crewnecks, tees featuring BAPE camo, Baby Milo, Dinosaurs and more. 

Shortly after a teaser on Instagram, BAPE and Anti Social Social Club (ASSC) came through with a collaboration in celebration of BAPE’s new LA Flagship store. Featuring a loud camo colourway, and heavy ASSC branding, this drop was not for the minimalists. Scroll to see all the pieces released. 

2018: BAPE x CASIO G-Shock (25th anniversary)

To celebrate BAPE’s 25th anniversary, an exclusive camo-ed out G Shock was created, taking design cues from the GA-110 model. This time piece was made available to all BAPE locations on the 6th of October. 

Fans were blessed with a triad in 2018 from 3 heavyweights in the streetwear game. The timeless 6-Inch Timberland boots featured a BAPE 1st camo debossed upper and a triple-branded woven tongue label. 

5 years on from the first collab, Spring/Summer 2018 saw another drop from the 2 entities. From MA-1 Flight jackets to Camo-print tees with Haring’s iconic artwork, this drop was a nice one indeed. 

2018: BAPE x Neighborhood x Adidas

The standout of this triple collaboration for many was the NHBAPE NMD STLT – each bearing stylised co-branding and camo accents. Shark hoodies, as well as denim jackets and tees were also a part of this collection. 

2018: BAPE x Naruto (Boruto)

HYPEFEST was a streetwear convention held from October 6-7 in 2018. Brand including Undercover, Places + Faces, C.P Company and G-Shock held booths were items could be purchased. BAPE came together with the event to create Ape Head tees with a speechbubbled “Hypefest” spellout. 

2018: BAPE x Montblanc

The “Meisterstück” pen by German luxury goods brand Montblanc was the sole item of this collab. Crafted with care in Kyoto and assembled at Montblanc’s workshop in Germany, it’s a fine piece indeed. Unfortunately, it was not for sale, as it was designed for BAPE’s 25th anniversary. Maybe one of these days it will be available here on Top Floor Gallery…

2018: BAPE x Dr Martens (BAPE XXV)

This was a colourful collaboration to say the least. The Shark hoodies released featured a colourblock design – teal, red, light blue and purple. Odd? Sort of. Fire? We’ll let you be the judge.  

2018: BAPE x Adidas (Snowboarding)

BAPE celebrated its 25th anniversary with a Bell & Ross watch collaboration. B&R’s strong military identity is consistent with the Japanese streetwear brand’s emblematic camouflage theme. BAPE also tied up with over 30 major brands for its XXV anniversary collection. 

2018: BAPE x XO

The Weeknd’s record label XO came together with BAPE for a multi-product capsule. From a custom developed XO BAPE camo pattern selection of tees, hoodies, sweatpants and work jackets were extremely limited – hence the resell value.  

Although this combination of brands may seem strange at first, when you think about all the collaborations BAPE has been involved in, it’s barely a surprise. British skateboard brand Palace even collaborated with Adidas for a Wimbledon capsule, while NYC-born Supreme released a pack of 3 own-branded tennis balls.

2018: BAPE x Swarovski

French Football club Paris Saint Germain (PSG) decided to take its apparel to the next level, collaborating with another brand with just as much of a cult-following. Consisting of numerous classics, the collection was decked out in PSG’s emblematic red, white and blue colour scheme. 

As well as Tees, loud [email protected] shark hoodies were also released.

Just when you thought you’d seen it all, a quad-collab hit the market. These 1000% [email protected] retailed for $719USD. 

2018: BAPE x Medicom Toy (25th anniversary) 

The 2 Japanese brands did it again, but this time adding another dimension to the mix – glow in the dark camo. 

This wasn’t the first (nor last) time BAPE collaborated with Disney. Ralph Breaks The Internet was a such a successful film to the point where it attracted the attention of BAPE – shark hoodies, tees + more apparel was released, with characters from both worlds being featured. 

2019: BAPE x Adidas (Ultraboost)

2019: BAPE x Off White (??)

 

During the 2019 Paris Fashion Week, Virgil Abloh, founder of Off-White and artistic director of Louis Vuitton since 2018, was spotted rocking what looked to be a pair of Off-White Bapestas. These were later confirmed to be unofficial

The LA-based furniture manufacturer’s famous Fiber Shell Chair and side table was made use of by BAPE, covered in the iconic ABC camo – both the classic and in a LA-vibe multicolour. 

 2019: BAPE x Mastermind Japan (Hong Kong Exclusive)

2019: BAPE x SOPHNET

2019: BAPE x Mastermind Japan (Summer capsule)

The mysterious Japanese brand specialising in functional outdoor footwear received a BAPE-makeover in 2019, with the DAO and MOTO-2 sandals decked out in the iconic camo. 

The luxury watch, leather, and writing instrument purveyor Montblanc teamed up with BAPE once again, this time releasing more than just a pen. The four-piece capsule included a Doc Case, Wallet, Pen Pouch and Portfolio decorated in BAPE’s 1st Camo motif. 

The German brand Ice Berlin got a chance to showcase its eyewear craftsmanship to a wider audience. Two shades were released – an optical frame and regular sunglasses. 

2019: BAPE x UGG 

 

2019: BAPE x PUBG 

 

2019: BAPE x Ghostbusters (35th anniversary)

2019: BAPE x Lil Yachty (include video)

2019: BAPE x Adidas 

2019: BAPE x Formula 1 (1st drop)

2019: BAPE x Formula 1 (2nd drop)

2019: BAPE x MCM 

 

The American luxury fashion company decided to dip its feet into the world of streetwear in 2020. This is a theme we’re seeing more often in recent years – high-end labels broadening its horizons (e.g. Louis Vuitton x Supreme). This collaboration had its fans and its critics, but was successful nonetheless. From down jackets to bags and Bapestas, both Coach and BAPE branding permeated these pieces. 

The standout of this triple collaboration for many was the NHBAPE NMD STLT – each bearing stylised co-branding and camo accents. Shark hoodies, as well as denim jackets and tees were also a part of this collection. 

In celebration of the BAPE CDG Osaka retail concept store which opened its doors in April, the two heavyweights released a selection of co-branded items, including a ABC camo full zip hoodie, tees, sophisticated button up shirts typical of Comme Des Garcons, and more. 

‘Super Saiyan’ was the overarching theme of this collab, showcasing beloved characters such as Goku, Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan. And it goes without saying (or saiyan), Baby Milo makes an appearance on several of these pieces. 

First making his debut in 1978, and now arguably the world’s most popular cat, Garfield has built up quite the reputation. A Bathing Ape got in touch with this family favourite to produce a limited run of tees, hoodies, caps and bags adorned with Baby Milo and the famous orange cat. 

Monochromatic Mickey Mouse [email protected] in 1000%, 400% and 100%

The German brand Ice Berlin got a chance to showcase its eyewear craftsmanship to a wider audience. Two shades were released – an optical frame and regular sunglasses. 

This list will continue to be updated as A Bathing Ape pump out more collaborations in the coming years. Which collaborations are in your top 5? Let us know below! Obviously there have been some incredible, and not-so-tasteful ones over the years, but nonetheless we’re eagerly anticipating what the Japanese streetwear brand will have on offer next. 

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  1. Kakashi Hatake

    You forgot 2016 BAPE Pokemon however not many knew it was happening and it flew off shelves immediately.

    1. Top Floor Gallery

      That’s true, no surprise considering how big Pokemon is. We’ll add it to the list, thanks man!

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