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If you’re looking to add some subtle style to your wardrobe and prove that you’re a proud cinephile, we have the hat for you. The Criterion Collection has teamed up with Knickerbocker NYC for an exclusive, Criterion baseball cap. The hat is made of 100% wool with a cotton sweatband and there’s an adjustable strap on the back. Simple yet classy, the Criterion Baseball Cap is a perfect accessory for your fall wardrobe. And it’s a surefire way to start a conversation about your Letterboxd account. The Criterion Baseball Cap from Knickerbocker NYC is available now through The Criterion Collection’s online store for $45.

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