This is for the bold. As foppish on a man as it is sassy on a girl, this cap is border-line genius and wholly original. Meticulously stitched from ethically sourced mink fur, it will keep you as warm as toast this winter in town or country. With a naturally lustrous sheen, the look is eye-bulgingly luxurious. Prepare to be wowed.
Corduroy's time is now. Once the preserve of geography teachers and florid-faced ruralists, this fabric has a pile like velvet and makes a stylish eight piece cap that could outlast the wearer. As soft as it is robust, it will gradually fade and assume a gloriously world-weary look. In yellow or navy it is time to strike a cord.
Houndstooth originated in the wool cloth of the Scottish lowlands and this was woven in Hawick in the Borders. With a duotone pattern characterised by broken checks or abstract four-pointed shapes, often in black and white, it evokes a memory of a Christian Dior tweed suit. The look is sharp. It is sure to cut a dash on the racecourse or about town.
Store in the cool, always out of direct sunlight and never in plastic bags. Remove any dirt or dust by brushing lightly with a soft bristle brush in the direction of the fur. If it gets wet, shake dry and hang up in an airy room away from any radiators. Brush once dry.