If it's true that a man should own a hat for every season, then why, praytell, are you still wearing your high school graduation cap? Broaden your hat horizons with Goorin Bros.
Having boldly made billycocks since Teddy Roosevelt hit trusts with a good-sized stick, these fourth generation hatters dropped their summer collection this week, updating their line of clever chapeauxs (ivies, duckbills, fedoras, truckers, etc) in a blend of cool, lightweight materials and summer colors/patterns that scream "I'm displeased with my hair stylist!". Vintage-inspired toppers celebrating eras bygone include the Kramer, a classic gray fedora w/ a unique tri-colored (red/grey/black) linear dotted pattern that creates a holographic-like effect; the grey jazzy plaid Packard, a pork pie style w/ matching band and cotton twill lining; and the black- or olive-striped Bonaduce, a Euro-influenced seersucker snap ivy w/ soft cotton lining and a penchant for moonsaluting the trannies. If you want to go more Ashton (and who doesn't?!), they've also got baseball/trucker caps like the Pigeon Point, a light blue plaid, trim-brim baseball hat w/ a grey/black/red woven lighthouse screenprint; the grey/purple canvas Seraphim w/ an embroidered front patch depicting a Da Vinci-esq-drawn angel; and the two-toned navy/grey cotton canvas trucker called the Cougar, which you only wear late night after a bunch of drinks when there are, like, no other hats around.
GBH also reps the artist/designer-inspired collection 1333 Minna with new options like the grey Dynasty of Ur duckbill ornamented w/ a blue embroidered bow/arrow and satin lining, and the black straw fedora w/ a woven band called the Sumer, a perfect pairing with the "School's Out for Sumer '99" tee you refuse to lose.
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