Heron Preston, one of the founders of the creative collective Been Trill is now emerging as a designer in his own right after launching his own label. An effortless innovator and hype creator, Preston is part of the war-core trend and his signatures include workwear, denim, fleece and cult graphic T-shirts. The NASA Cap is constructed from a technical fabrication, cut in a classic six-panel construction, featuring NASA logo print and embroidery and adjustable back strap with logo embroidery. Technical blend fabrication Classic six-panel construction NASA logo print and embroidery Adjustable touch-fastening back strap with logo embroidery Stitched eyelets Modern design Material 100% Polyester.
Nasa Logo-embroidered Baseball Cap In Black/white
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BLACK EMBROIDERED LOGO CAP
Textile cap in black. Embroidered eyelets at crown. Embroidered logo and printed text in white at face. Curved brim. Adjustable Velcro strap featuring embroidered logo in white at back. Approx. 2.75" brim length. Part of the Heron Preston Special Capsule inspired by NASA. Supplier color: Black/White
HERON PRESTON Cappello Nasa from HERON PRESTONComposition: 100% Polyester
Heron Preston is the true embodiment of an artist born of the post-internet generation.Multi-faceted and genre-bending, he has become a cultural icon in youth culture, known for his bold aesthetics. Applying the knowledge he gained from earning his B.B.A from Parsons School of design and his San Fransisco upbringing, Preston now functions as an artist, creative director, content creator, designer and DJ; the one common thread among his impressive bodies of work is a commitment to innovation, experimentation and unpredictability. He’s never one to worry about breaking rules, as evident by his e-commerce platform HPC Trading Co., where he features and sells his original clothes and accessories. He finds particular joy in the unexpected; taking conventional themes and reinterpreting them.