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Caps | One Size Fits All

Caps: One Size Fits All is a caps collector must have, the first book to explore and take an in-depth look at the world of caps. The unique book explores the evolution of the cap, tracing its roots from functional item to fashion statement. It is beautifully illustrated with expertly shot color images and features interviews with with cap connoisseurs and icons of cap fashion, and tracks the caps journey through pop culture history. It also peers into the closets of avid collectors, and includes street style photos showcasing how people are wearing caps around the world today.

Available for purchase in Europe here
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WINE THERMOMETER VIGNON | BY MENU | Image

WINE THERMOMETER VIGNON | BY MENU

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ARCTICA

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UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

Developed by one of the UK’s leading creative talents, Thomas Heatherwick, the centrepiece of the UK pavilion is a six storey high object formed from some 60,000 slender transparent rods, which extend from the structure and quiver in the breeze. During the day, each of the 7.5m long rods act like fibre-optic filaments, drawing on daylight to illuminate the interior, thereby creating a contemplative awe-inspiring space. At night, light sources at the interior end of ...
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