Unis Pop Up


For the Holiday 2013 we took up residency at Unis New York and LA.


Fellow Barber

Because once just wasn't enough, a second collaborative pop-up shop from Barber's new Barber & Supply (a GQ-endorsed spot in the Coolest City on the Planet) opened its doors today in Williamsburg, teaming up with cult favorite FairEnds for one original retail experience. FairEnds, of course, are known for their five-panel caps and the team behind the brand curated the shop with exclusive items like tote bags, backpacks, t-shirts, and even a hot sauce made locally on their Montana farm. The shop is small but expertly edited, stocked as a one-stop emporium (Flint & Tinder underwear, Drifter bags, Danner boots, Taylor Stitch shirts and pants, and, of course, FairEnds hats) for any weekend warrior, whether he's brunching hard or heading out of town to rougher terrain. FairEnds friend and artist Brian Montuori even contributed one hilarious outdoor-inspired mural of a bee-chased bear to the walls and also has a graphic t-shirt up for grabs. The perfect post-haircut shop will be popped-up through July, but don't worry if you can't make it to Williamsburg; a selection of the product will also be available on the Barber & Supply and FairEnds websites.

Cold Splinters

Our friend Jeff Thrope sent us a message. He had amazing fabric. So we cut hats. Ladies and Gentlemen, the prickly pear!




We've known Justin for a while and think he's a good guy. His website JJJJound is nice. So when he asked us to make caps we said sure.

Nene Kisseih 

Nene told us he always comes home with fabric when he goes to see his relatives in Ghana. He said he would share. We made caps. They were awesome. 

Boylston Tranding Co.

Mike Cherman introduced us to Frank who told us about Boylston Trading Co. and the proof is in the hatting. 

Hickorees Round 02

We had so much fun with the first round we decided to do more!

Secret Forts

Our friend James Wilson of Secret Forts sent us this great dead-stock tweed fabric that he scored from an old bird in Southhampton, NY. We cut it into a camp cap. 


The first in a series of fitted ball caps for our friends at Hickorees. They feature wool flannel bodies and felt appliques. 

Jack Spade for Coca-Cola

In celebration of Coca-Cola's 125th anniversary we produced this ball cap initially for Colette in Paris and then available in Jack Spade stores internationally. It's a wool flannel adjustable cap with white felt applique.