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Lifestyle brand HYPE. reveals new Army of Apes apparel collection

UK lifestyle brand, HYPE. has revealed a new Army of Apes apparel collection.

The NFT-inspired collection features the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT Apes, paired with HYPE.’s signature trend-led unisex t-shirt and hoodie shapes for children and adults.

The pieces are designed in a minimalistic colourful palette consisting of monochrome, off white, sage, grey, navy and royal blue.

Each tee and hoodie boast their own Ape, including Bored BAYC #9939 and BAYC #7016 – owned by Bored Ape Yacht Club Member community members.

The Ape takes centre stage on the back of the garment as an enlarged graphic coupled with a formative text print on the front including the Ape’s unique 1/1 number, complementing the t-shirt base colour.

HYPE. is also offering CryptoPay currency to checkout with the collection via

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