>> Basso & Brooke are one of London's early digital print pioneers and in recent years they've really explored the possibilities of possible print placement – a Sky HD box, a wine bottle, a pair of Havaianas and even a tent, which I recently had the pleasure of sleeping in at Port Eliot.  They've now mined their print history to produce fifty limited edition printed caps and I defy you not to find at least one that you'll take a shining to.  My Karen Walker American Girl cap and my Ostwald Helgason x Noel Stewart cork cap have been firmly planted on my head for the majority of this summer.  I'm normally a straight-laced up, uptight cap wearer, keeping it firmly to the front but it must be some sort of near-thirty crisis that's causing me to swivel it to the side, and even *gasp* swing it to the back Bart Simpson-style.  I'm waiting for jeers of "You're too old to be wearing your cap backwards!" from gangs of eight year olds on Holloway Road whilst they pelt me with day-old chipshop chips.          

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Comments (13)

  1. Miss Coco says:

    I love it!!! Its so funny!!
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  2. sgh says:

    wouldnt mind seeing a photo of the bart simpson-style…

  3. Rhoda says:

    i love the caps! the designs are great!
    http://www.styleandshades.blogspot.com

  4. Nicole says:

    Those are really interesting. Sadly, caps don’t do well on me, so this is something I fear I’ll have to pass before I grow attached!
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  5. The Provoker says:

    Damn I do need these caps! seriously draws a whole outfit together. Speaking of Basso & Brooke, do you know anywhere that sells their old seasoned show pieces or printed coats, always wanted to own one of their digital pieces, kinda like owning a jelly clutch from chris kane or texture blocking shirt from balenciaga by NG, no?
    xx nathan.niche
    http://www.the-provoker.com/2012/07/green-eyed-monster.html
    http://www.bloglovin.com/en/blog/3896745

  6. ttea says:

    I have to admit that I’m really not a baseball cap wearer, however… I might be a convert. The prints on these hats are wonderful, I love them. I’ve never seen such artistic caps.
    http://fashionananthropologicalpointofview.blogspot.ca/

  7. amanda says:

    these rule! i’m starting to get into caps a bit too so thanks for the awesome tip!

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  10. Wow. The caps are really colorful.

  11. If I were to make my own design,I would rather paint it purple with a sleak of green. I think this cap would be loved by the costumers.

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