Camo is an inherent part of BAPE’s DNA, but the beloved print has been highlighted more than ever in the brand’s recent FW16 menswear collection and its adorable line for children. BAPE is keeping its camo game strong with its newly unveiled FW16 collection for ladies, rounding out its stellar offerings for the upcoming season.

Standard green camo is most prominent, appearing across a swath of sweatshirts, skirts, jackets and even a skate deck. A particular standout is a fur-trimmed winter jacket wrought in a vibrant purple camo print. But the collection also features a huge variety of non-camo options, including leggings printed with the brand logo, a sleek grey trench coat, and a black leather bomber with the BAPE shark embossed on the back.

Look out for BAPE’s FW16 Ladies collection to drop in select retail locations and its online store.

In related news, BAPE recently released a collaborative furniture line.

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