Starry Eyed - Mr Bathing Ape

Bape, the sneaker company once known for flooding the world with their debatably attractive wares, have turned their attention to more smartly shod feet. And the results are...interesting.

As part of the Mr Bathing Ape launch program, founder Nigo has created this rather interesting pair in collaboration with United Arrows. Arrows, the Japanese retailer known for embracing smarter, more tailored cuts, are currently working with Bathing Ape on a collection due to arrive this Spring.

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To the shoes. The crepe sole (a trend we spotted a while back) works well and though the shape of the shoe itself is fine, the star logo is potentially a step too far.  www.bape.com

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