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Heineken And BAPE Come Together To Create A Super Exclusive Capsule Collection

Heineken, one of the largest multinational beer brands, and A Bathing Ape or BAPE, a Japanese streetwear phenomenon that has dominated the fashion scene for years, has collaborated to create an extremely limited-edition capsule collection.

The collaboration was able to come to life thanks to #Heineken100, a program that partners Heineken with the most innovative names in retail to develop limited-edition, co-branded items that are seeded to 100 of the world’s most influential people.

If anything, this capsule collection is further proof that food and fashion have somehow created something unique and special that really resonates with lifestyle of millennials. It also proves that rare, unique, and basically unobtainable products will always remain a hot commodity amongst the youth.

If you don’t believe the hype, just check out the resell prices online.

And if those prices depress and remind you that you don’t have the funds, enjoy the capsule collection responsibly by checking out the photos below:

BAPE® x #Heineken100 Camo Coach Jacket

BAPE® x #Heineken100 Half-Zip Pullover Shark Hoodie

BAPE® x #Heineken100 Six-Pack Bottle Carrier

BAPE® x #Heineken100 T-Shirt

 

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World’s First Pizza Museum Coming Soon?

To say Brian Dwyer of Fishtown Philadelphia enjoys pizza is like saying the Grand Canyon is just a hole in the ground. Dwyer’s passion for pizza hit a milestone in 2010 when he and a few friends decided to create a pizza-themed art show in Fishtown. The event, “Give Pizza Chance“, was a hit, giving Dwyer inspiration to expand upon the idea.

Fast forward two years later and a lot of eBaying, Dwyer is the world record holder for largest collection of pizza-themed items. His collection includes: comics, records, clothing, art, and countless other pizza-related objects.

Last April, Dwyer started renovating a 19th-Century building in Fishtown. Although he hasn’t come up with the money to build the museum and restaurant, Pizza Brain, Dwyer has created a Kickstarter request for $15,000. He has already earned over $3,600 of his goal.

via: HuffingtonPost  Photo: Sean Ahem/crucialpizza.com