Caps: One Size Fits All by Steven Bryden ($21) traces the roots of the cap from a necessary work item to a fashion statement. The book contains 192 pages of detailed color photographs, and interviews with icons in the cap game like Supreme’s Aaron Bondaroff and Craig Ford of BAPE. Caps takes a look at the deign and construction of these hats as well as a detailed look at some of the top brands, like Supreme, Ralph Lauren, and Stussy. And if you’re looking for new ways to sport your cap, the book also has a street style showcase showing how folks are sporting their caps around the world.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest You can now eat just like the Starks or the Targaryens. The Game of Thrones Cookbook: A Feast of Ice and Fire ($20) created by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel and Sariann Lehrer replicates the cuisines across the Seven Kingdoms. You can enjoy delicacies from King’s Landing, comfort foods from the North or exotic foods […]