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.
People make a mess. Attempting Normal ($18) is about Marc Maron, at one time an angst-filled. parent-scarred, love-starved, drug-dabbling, lcomedian who had a dream of living the simple life with a wife, a home and a sitcom to call his own. Instead, he woke up one morning surrounded by a bunch of feral cats to […]