Readying itself for Halloween, one of Japan's most well-loved streetwear brands released a selection of apparel that's themed around Mary Shelley's horrific monster -- translating it into the form of BAPE hoodies, t-shirts and accessories.
Although the character maintains many of its iconic features, he's adapted for the brand's Baby Milo mascot. With this, Frankenstein's Monster takes on a refined cartoon look -- with his shape simplified to pop out a little better on the BAPE hoodies and more.
While this figure appears on the front of t-shirts, it's depicted uniquely on the hoodies -- so that the character's face is shown in full when the zipper is done up. In order to make its selection commemorative of Halloween, the Japanese streetwear brand is offering its limited-edition sunglasses in coffin packaging.
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