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Kangol Spring Lookbook: Taking a Tip From 1960s Surf and Film

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Hey look, Kangol's spring collection! This season, the men's, women's, and children's hatmaker takes inspiration from 1960s movie posters and East Coast surf culture—and the lookbook totally captures the feeling of breezy early-summer days. Makes sense, too, because the campaign was shot at the Montauk Yacht Club out on the eastern tip of Long Island, one of the East Coast's top surfing destinations.
· Kangol [Official Site]