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a cap fit for a king

a cap fit for a king

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You could say this bubblegum-hued corduroy baseball cap is a crown of sorts.

Fact: the word ‘corduroy’ was coined in England in the late 18th century, inspired by the French phrase corde du roi, aka ‘cloth of the king’. So, you could say this bubblegum-hued cord baseball cap is a crown of sorts – albeit a crown that stays put on your bonce with the help of a nifty velcro strip. It’s made in California by the regal Big Bud Press, and can be nabbed for around from over here, your Highness.

This colourful head topper comes from the pages of frankie 94. Pick up a copy at your closest stockist, or subscribe here.