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BASSO & BROOKE

'The Art of Noise' cap
$140.00
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Description

Black cotton 'The Art of Noise' cap from Basso & Brooke featuring a top stitched brim and pixelated print throughout.
Item ID:10522361

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Specialist Cleaning
  • Brand Style ID : CAP139TWILL
  • Shipping & Free Returns

    Your order will be shipped directly from the boutique to you.
    farfetch ships worldwide using DHL and UPS, and you will be able to track your order at any time. The cost of shipping your order will be calculated at the checkout.
    We currently ship orders with import delivery duties paid to USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Netherlands, France, Switzland, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Russia, South Korea and Germany – this means the price you see is the price you pay. We ship to all other countries with import delivery duties unpaid – this means you may have to pay a duty bill upon receipt of your order or at a later date depending on your customs authority. Click here for details.
    You may return your order for free, for any reason, for a refund. Simply request a return within 5 days of receiving your order, we will collect your order from you anywhere in the world and return it free of charge. Click here for more details.

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    • BASSO & BROOKE
      'The Art of Noise' cap

    SHIPPING FROM: The Webster, Miami


    The Webster
    This 20,000 sq ft boutique behemoth is housed in an historic Art Deco building designed by the architect Henry Hohauser. It features three floors devoted to fashion, photography and entertainment. Alternatively, customers can head straight to the roof for the restaurant and lounge with views out to sea.

    Designer: BASSO & BROOKE


    The London based duo Basso & Brooke caused a stir in 2004 when they scooped the coveted Fashion Fringe Award for their outrageous prints of flying phalli. Since this dramatic entrance, they have refined their bold looks with elegant cuts and exquisite fabrics.