Go ahead and admit it: you thought “Mr. Bathing Ape”, upon first glance, was some kind of in-shower scrubbing device. Not quite. Mr. Bathing Ape (besides the slightly bizarre and/or humorous name) is a brand from I.T. Hysan and the products in the picture represent part of his always creative Spring and Summer collection (2011) of mens’ ties.
This charming, slightly whimsical set of neck-wear sports a restrained version of ‘BAPE’s’ more glittery, camo design and features a Pringles-like mustache (presumably ‘Mr. Bathing Ape’s) near center-bottom. The underside of the ties features various printed designs, such as the peeking lady as shown above.
Photos are courtesy of Hypebeast and neck ties can be ordered direct from I.T. Hysan.
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