Diddy wearing Stussy Old Skool Cap and Dolce & Gabbana Muhammad Ali T-shirt on Set of “Pain and Gain”

By Allen O. on
April 04, 2012

Sean “Diddy” Combs was spotted on set of his next film “Pain and Gain” out in Miami wearing a pair of Nike Lebron 9 sneakers ($170) in dark grey/ black-volt. Lebron’s latest sneaker is the first in the signature series to combine both Flywire technology and Hyperfuse construction. Diddy also wore a black Stussy “Old Skool” starter ballcap ($33) and a printed Muhammad Ali t-shirt ($188) by Dolce & Gabbana. See pics below

Don C in Givenchy Rottweiler Jacket and Chris Julian wearing Lanvin Archival Coat

By Allen O. on
March 20, 2012

While out in Paris for Fashion week Don C (owner of RSVP gallery and Just Don) and Chris Julian (of Fruition LV and Unknwn) posed for a street style photo outside of  the Valentin Yudashkin Fall/Winter 2013 show. Don wore one of his Just Don Mitchell & Ness snakeskin caps with a Givenchy Rottweiler stadium jacket and Chris Julian rocked the new Just Don seal skin hat with a black Lanvin archival coat. Check out pics below

Chris Brown wearing Ambig Clothing and Jeremy Scott x Adidas JS Leopard Sneakers

By Allen O. on
February 11, 2012

Chris Brown who is set to perform at the Grammys Sunday night after a three year absence was spotted out in West Hollywood yesterday. Chris was seen sporting an Ambig clothing hat ($20), a “Pirate TK” t-shirt ($27), and a pair of Jeremy Scott x Adidas JS Leopard sneakers ($200). What do you think? Check out pics below

Lebron James wearing Miami Heat Just Don Custom Snakeskin Snapback Hat

By Allen O. on
February 10, 2012

Basketball star Lebron James was seen surrounded by fans leaving Cafe Milano and heading over to party at the Shadowroom in Washington DC last night. He wore his signature geek chic optical frames and a Miami Heat Just Don Mitchell & Ness snakeskin snapback hat ($400). See pics below

Deryck Todd Hats

By C. Gitonga on
January 20, 2012

Deryck Todd wearing his hat Crown Royale

Only Deryck Todd can take a regular hat and turn it into show stopping fashion. His self-titled hat line was founded in 2009 and was inspired by the fashion capital New York, which is where he grew up and acquired his sparkling inventiveness. He’s been featured in Vogue Italia, Seventeen, and Sportswear International showing off his ultra glammed-out collections. If you dare to step up your game and rock any of his extravagant hats with your outfit,  pair it with something just as vivacious.  Would you rock any of these hats? Check out his other hats below.