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12.30.09 Will Sherman

Big-headed streetwear aficionados would be wise to check out Mishka’s Williamsburg store for this colossal-sized cap. The Brooklyn-based brand proudly displays an eyeball-emblazoned fitted hat for size 16 skulls. Unless your head dimensions are actually off the chart, wearing this one-off piece rivals those Star Wars hats for ridiculousness so it’s probably for the best […]

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12.17.09 Will Sherman

A New Era cap collection isn’t exactly what one would expect from Mister Mort, who more often chronicles the tweed and faux fur toppers of the elderly. Never the less, the New York-based fashion blogger has designed a series of fitted caps, including this Los Angeles Dodgers declaration and other embroidered styles that are on […]

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12.07.09 Will Sherman

Two leaders of pervasive franchising, New Era and Lucasfilm, have teamed up for a Star Wars collection of baseball hats. The intergalactic headgear features 18 different designs including some all-over prints and a bunch of dome piece disguises, mostly of the inhuman or Dark Side variety. Among the characters on caps are Darth Vader, Jabba […]

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10.19.09 Will Sherman

Finding new ways to separate streetwear enthusiasts from their money, New Era has released a LED light that attaches to flat-brimmed hats. Hypebeast astutely observes that the hat company didn’t actually invent the light bulb, “the technology has already been discovered to a certain degree,” but incorrectly claims New Era refined it. Actually the master […]

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08.24.09 Will Sherman

The milliners who put any brand on their hat and the cutesy company that brands everything continue their collaboration. New Era and Hello Kitty have released some new fitted caps embroidered in pastel and floral logos. |Freshness| […]

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06.19.09 Will Sherman

After 11 months of investigation, upstate police have made an arrest for the $66,000 worth of New Era hats stolen from the hat company’s Buffalo factory last August. Four men, between the ages of 22 and 26, have each been charged with six counts of burglary and grand larceny for stealing 1,800 baseball caps that […]

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