NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

By - July 2nd, 2010

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

The bond between people could go well beyond friendship, especially when toiled among difficulties of life.  The camaraderie resulted only be described by one word brotherhood, a meaning too familiar by 2 Harajuku pioneers, Nigo (BAPE) and Shinsuke Takizawa (NEIGHBORHOOD).

Product of a longstanding tradition between the 2 creative directors, where as NEIGHBORHOOD reflects on the classic rebellious Americana, BAPE takes on a more urbanite approach.  BROTHERHOOD combined the core themes from both.  One other indicative symbolism of the collection is the interesting logographic, a letter “N” from NEIGHBORHOOD intersect with “A” from A Bathing Ape.  But purposefully similar to the New York Yankees’ insignia, a city which influenced both men greatly.

Originally only available at BAPE retail locations in New York and Los Angeles, A Bathing Ape is finally making this exclusive collection for sale at its online store.  All items are in limited quantity.

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #1

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #1

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #2 (Front)

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #2 (Back)

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #2 (Back)

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #3 (Front)

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #3 (Back)

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE  BROTHERHOOD 2010 Collection | Available Now

NEIGHBORHOOD x BAPE BROTHERHOOD T-Shirt #3 (Back)

1 comments
John Kryten
John Kryten

Come on, NH and BAPE and this is what they deliver? What the hell happened?