Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Coach and BAPE
The collab between Coach and BAPE is marked by the fusion of its logos
Kōki is the face of the campaign together with Quincy Brown
Quincy Brown is the face of the campaign together with Kōki
Multi-coloured motif of the collection appears as a reworked version of the camo print
The collab also features numerous accessories including this crossbody bag

Fake news this is not. A Coach and a BAPE collab may sound like a bootleg gone wrong but the pair has set aside its creative differences for this one-off capsule collection to appease fans of hype-worthy camo and solid leather goods. There’s no mistaken identity in the wares here with the fusion of both brand’s signature logos – Coach’s cursive letter C and BAPE’s ape head – being the key identifier of the partnership. This new motif covers the full spectrum of streetwear staples from bomber jackets and sneakers to backpacks and crossbody bags. The collection drops on February 22.

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