Any working girl can feel like the Queen of New Orleans in this smart little number lovingly crafted from 100% Louisiana pork.
Already a staple of British fashion, the PorkPile was first introduced to American audiences at last year’s Mardis Gras, where it became a fast favorite.
The Basebull Cap
With a crown of ground buffalo and a bill of finest flank steak, this hat was popularized by right-fielder Oscar “Bappy” Gillespie of the old Negro Leagues’ Pawtucket Ebony Weasels.
Gillespie would wear his “bully” for nine innings in the hot summer sun, then serve it to fans after the game.
This cold-weather cap boasts a helmet of Canadian bacon and a chinstrap of breakfast links.
Originally issued exclusively to the Royal Mounted Police, there is now growing support in favor of having this practical and popular model replace the Chapeau Briand as the nation’s Official National Hat.
THE OUTBACK STEAKHAT
Made of finest Aussie marbleized beefsteak, this hip take on the traditional swag hat was designed by Australian Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts, Peter Garrett.
His band Midnight Oil distributed thousands of these to Aboriginal tribes during their 1987 “Beds Are Burning” Tour.
THE BRISKET YARMULKE
Our “Beefy Beanie” is made of lean kosher brisket.
Now in its early stages of development is the Beret Pre Hagoffen, as well as the Hamulke, a skullcap of canned ham to be used by Interfaith families.