The Bape Sakura Souvenir Jacket is a reinterpreted piece World War II roots. Adopted by the masses today for its stylish appearance, the original intention of the venerable Souvenir jacket was for returning American GIs to bring home a souvenir dedicated to their service overseas. As shown here, Bape reimagines the lightweight outerwear piece with a black nylon shell. Light turquoise embroidered Bape heads cover either side of the chest with pink embroidered flowers sewn around the design. Japanese characters are embroidered in turquoise down both sleeves of the jacket and feature adjoining pink embroidered flower motifs. Finishing touches include a middle zipper, two zip front pockets, a small white Bape logo on the bottom of the jacket, and contrasting black-and-white ribbing at the collar, cuffs, and hem.