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Why Do People Wear Hats at the Kentucky Derby?

The image of the Kentucky Derby is inexorably tied to hats. From it’s inception in 1875, the Kentucky Derby has been presented as a very special event, inspired by British horse racing, and every effort has been made since then to model the event after our continental, hat-wearing, horse racing, cousins. In many ways,

January 14th, 2019|Women's Hats|

Wide Brimmed Fedoras vs. Stingy Brimmed Fedoras

A controversial topic that you will see raised in most any hat shop is “how much fedora” someone can wear. This has nothing to do with the fit of the fedora, but rather how large the brim and the crown of the hat is. A “stingy” fedora has a smaller brim, less than two

December 18th, 2018|Hats in the News|

Leather Forecast: Nature’s First Material At Its Best

Nature's first material is its best. We built our Leather Collection on our best selection of different shades and textures of leather. We were first inspired to create this collection out of our love of classic, edgy, styles that have more than a little bit of a forward thinking twist. This lead us to

November 25th, 2018|Fashion & Style|

Black Hat Gang: How Black Hats Became The Quintessential Style

Practically since the beginning of recorded history, the color black has been significant. One of the first dye colors that people were able to reliably make, black can be seen in art as far back as cave paintings, and it began to be worn as a color statement as far back as the late

November 12th, 2018|Hats in the News|

Women’s Fedora Hats: A New Spin On A Traditionally Men’s Hat

While there has always been a certain divide in fashion along gender lines, almost no piece has bridged the gap so definitively as the fedora. Initially adapted as an alternative to less practical - and more traditional women’s hats - the fedora has withstood the test of time and is popular both as a

November 1st, 2018|Women's Hats|

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