Urban swag from the new Brooklyn Nets

Alvin Epps Reader Find

By Alvin Epps in New Fashion on Wednesday 12 December 2012

As the NBA season is now underway, I can’t help but be intrigued by the simple yet stylish attire of the now Brooklyn Nets. I like the urban and iconic appeal of its overall look and the extra “umpgh”credibility that Brooklyn brings as a city. Yes, I’m buying this hat.

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Hand-screwed silver studded hat from STAMPD LA

Alvin Epps Reader Find

By Alvin Epps in New Fashion on Tuesday 13 November 2012

This hat from STAMPD LA is pretty dope. I like the idea that the studs were manually hand-screwed. The design is simple: not too little not too much. I like to wear natural mild colours, so this would match most of what I wear.

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Fresh Prince Snapbacks by Beandip

Cara Littley Reader Find

By Cara Littley in New Fashion on Saturday 26 November 2011

90s style isn’t slowing down any time soon. NBA snapbacks and jackets are an established trend, but also popping up is the bright, playful stylings of “Big Willy” circa ’92, in the form of five panel snapbacks, with playfully garish yardages. Beandip are just one of the brands making this style available. In a time […]

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Hats for any occasion at the Berkeley Hat Company

Justin Chase Reader Find

By Justin Chase in New Fashion on Thursday 7 July 2011

The largest selection of hats you will ever find is at The Berkeley Hat Company. Specializing in all types of hats, even if you want to blend in with Polar Bears or a Yeti, they have you covered. Literally.

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Yestadt Millinery

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Products on Friday 5 March 2010

Yestadt Millinery is a New York-based custom, handmade hat company that produces some pretty classy headware inspired by vintage looks but designed to suit modern styles. You can get a made-to-measure piece or make a wholesale order – their hats are also available at retailers around Manhattan such as Anthropologie and The Hat Shop.

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