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Our collaboration with Beardbrand

December 01, 2016

Old Money hat collaboration with Beardbrand

Beardbrand x Hornskov København - The Old Money Hat Collection

As you may already know, we are running a campaign at the moment in collaboration with Beardbrand. We got together with our good friend Carlos Costa and thought it would be cool to create a hat collection inspired by their product line 'Old Money'.
Old Money refers to the industrial titans and their meetings in dark oak-panelled rooms, behind closed doors with their bourbon and their secrets.

The collaboration resulted in a collection of three hats.

Old Money Hat Collection

The Campaign

The Old Money hats are only available while the campaign is going, that means that they will be limited editions. The campaign is running until the 17th of December and with every purchase of any Old Money hat comes a code to Beardbrands website where you can pick up their Old Money Minimalist's Kit for free.

Old Money Minimalist's Kit
Making the Old Money hats

When Carlos came to Denmark to talk about the campaign, he made a short video about our collaboration and about the process of making a hat.


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Getting a hat in the right size can sometimes prove quite difficult, because every hat brand’s sizes differ slightly from the next. Sometimes the difference can be as much a size and a half. 

That’s why we have made a FREE sizing kit with a special head circumference tape measure and instructions on how to find the right hat size. Get your sizing kit here.

Hornskov København - Hat sizing kit with special head circumference head measuring tape to measure your hat size.

  1. Find a mirror or someone to help you take the measurement.
  2. Open the hat size tape measure and place it on your head with the size card on your forehead. 
  3. Pull on the tape measure till it sits securely on your head. 
  4. Adjust it so it measures the widest part of your head, which in most cases is about a fingers width above the ears. 
  5. Repeat a couple of times to make sure the size it right.


If you don’t want to wait for our sizing kit you can also use a regular tape measure to measure your head at the widest point, which in most cases is about a fingers width above the ears. 

What you get in cm is essentially your hat size. So if you measured your head to be 58 cm, your hat size is 58. If you are in between two sizes we would recommend choosing the smaller of the two, as the hat will then expand a bit to take the shape of your head.

Hornskov København

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