The bucket hat has been going strong again over the past year or so, with designers offering up their own interpretations of the '90s trend, ScHoolboy Q sporting it on the cover of Oxymoron, and most recently Rihanna immortalizing it on the cover of Lui Magazine. Judging by Odd Future's spring lookbook, the hat won't be fading away anytime soon. Tyler, the Creator and his crew -- who were among the first to bring back the hat when they emerged onto the scene in 2010 -- printed their now-trademark doughnuts and dolphins onto two different bucket hats. For summer, they also came up with a handful of new graphic tees emblazoned with pool balls, rotten teeth, and a throwback '70s "feel good" motif (above). Check it out below and revisit our recent interview with Odd Future.
Odd Future Champion the Bucket Hat in their Summer Lookbook
Judging by Odd Future’s spring lookbook, the hat won’t be fading away anytime soon.
May 18, 2014