The New Cap Range Championing Mental Health Awareness In The Military

Lucky Seven is raising money for this inspiring charity
16:24, 09 Oct 2019

Lucky Seven was founded in London in 2009, inspired by the world of film and popular culture. The vision was to create a custom cap brand that carried unique patches based on iconic imagery and subtle references from cult films and TV shows.

This month, the cap company has launched a series of caps that support the Re-Org Foundation, which provides a platform for serving military personnel to combat the challenge of mental health and physical disabilities.

Designed by London based artist Rugman, the four caps will support the work of the Re-Org Jiu-Jitsu Foundation, helping to support their mission to provide support for military personnel and veterans to learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. 

After collaborating with brands including Donna Karan, Calvin Klein and Vans, Rugman's art and designs have also been worn by Tom Hardy, Liam Howlett of The Prodigy and Plan B. Check out this rather cool new collaboration which is also raising money for this inspiring charity.

All caps £50,

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