Represent Fits Into FW22 With a New Era Cap Collaboration

Coming in five different colorways.

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Represent is best known for its combination of oversized graphic T-shirts and tailored split pants. But, as the label has grown its versatile collections — and its loyal fan base — with its beanies, belts, bags, and sunglasses, it’s curated styles that fit into every wardrobe rotation.

Now, Represent is presenting its latest collaboration with American headwear specialists, New Era. Known for being the exclusive baseball cap supplier for the Major League, the hat brand’s history goes back over 100 years. Most recently, New Era collaborated with London-based Dukes Cupboard and now it’s broadening its U.K.-based umbrella with five new Represent caps.

Entitled “The Initial Cap,” the new accessories will be dropping as part of Represent’s Fall/Winter collection for 2022. Coming in black, “Black/Flat White,” “Racing Green/Flat White,” “Vintage Brown/Flat White,” and “Vintage White/Vintage Brown” colorways, the silhouette features Represent’s “R” initial logo. Rounding off the design, each hat also has a low profile shape with a curved visor.

You can have a closer look at the Represent x New Era collaboration above and it will be available to buy on the official Represent website from August 31 at 8 p.m. BST (3 p.m. EDT).

In other fashion news, adidas has released its Federation jerseys for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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