After announcing the collaboration last week, we can give you a full look at the capsule collection by BAPE and Stussy today. Entitled "Ill Collaboration," the latest collaborative effort of the two iconic brands is a followup to their previous work on a G-Shock watch and T-shirt. For Fall/Winter 2013, the two have created a full capsule collection including apparel and accessories. The most iconic graphics and logos of the two brands are being used in the collection like the BAPE head logo, Stussy World Tour scripts, as well as the popular BAPE shark design. From T-shirts, varsity jackets, jackets, pants, denim, and sunglasses to bandanas and caps, the offering is rather big.

The A Bathing Ape x Stussy Fall/Winter 2013 “Ill Collaboration” capsule collection will release at BAPE Stores and Stussy Chapter Stores in the near future.

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