Brands: The Weeknd (XO) x BAPE

Season: Summer 2018

Key Pieces: Full zip shark hoodie, tees, work jacket and rug with the XO BAPE camo treatment are the hardest.

Editor’s Notes: Following a preview of his BAPE collab earlier in July and teased during Coachella, The Weeknd has officially unveiled the forthcoming collaborative line slated to debut next month, after over a year of work on developing the capsule.

Encompassing eight pieces, consisting of T-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, sweat shorts, a rug and work jacket, each silhouette is defined by a custom developed XO BAPE camouflage pattern in yellow/orange tones.

Depicted in a lookbook featuring XO artists, Nav, 88 Camino and The Weeknd, himself, modeling the line, you can shop the collection exclusively on The Weeknd's online store and BAPE starting August 4.

Also, in case you missed it, The Dropcast discussed the best BAPE collabs of all time with Lawrence Schlossman.

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