The Evolution of Kangol Headwear with Hiroshi Fujiwara

In it’s latest Honeyee feature, the magazine takes a journey into the history of this iconic

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In it’s latest Honeyee feature, the magazine takes a journey into the history of this iconic English head wear company. Through time, Kangol has had it’s fair share of fans including The Beatles in the 60’s all the way up to LL Cool J in the 80’s and Sam Jackson in the 90’s, who seems to have the thing super glued to his head. Holding a close relationship with design heavyweight Hiroshi Fujiwara, Kangol has developed their brand into yet another market with the several collaboration pieces alongside Fragment Design. We also get a look at the 2008 Fall/Winter collection which includes a nice variety of models and textiles.

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