Stars Cap


Cool stars cap


100% Organic Cotton


Fits all head sizes thanks to the adjustable closure at the back

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100% organic cotton dad hat style cap


Adjustable closure at the back

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Free UK delivery. 

Dispatched from the designer in Spain - no customs fees should be charged


The Stars cap is embroidered in Ordes (A Coruña). It is a dad hat style cap with some rips and tears on the front and adjustable closure. Spanish brand NWHR brings us streetwear done sustainably. Oversized silhouettes cut from durable, organic cotton fabric feature punchy artwork. All made in Northern Portugal, less than 200km from NWHR’s offices.


  • The cap is adaptable to all heads thanks to the adjustable strap at the back.


Please email if you have further questions on size or fit. 


Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Organic cotton 
NWHR Stars Cap footprint


This cap is responsibly made in the United States and embroidered in A Coruña, Spain. 

NWHR is a team of 5, four women and one man. Employees have flexibility to work from home or the office as suits their routine and enjoy 30 days of vacation compared to the 22 days allowed by Spanish law. NWHR is committed to being an inclusive business and actively support the LGTBI community in their social networks. 


Organic cotton helps farmers escape the health risks and financial burden of toxic chemicals involved in conventional cotton production. It also helps wider communities by maintaining (rather than draining) the local water supply and keeping it clean.
Country of origin


Cap: United States

Embroidery: Kokomo Tricot, Spain

Areas For Development

NWHR cite ‘self-criticism and the desire to improve’ as fundamental values of the business. They would like to explore the use of additional lower impact fabrics such as hemp and Pyratex. In addition they would like to see the factories they work with increase the % of renewable energy they use and change all their lights to LEDs.

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