Lovely Bird Biarritz Felt Floppy Hat in Rust
  • Sienna Floppy Hat
    anthropologie.com
    Wool felt, synthetic feather. Spot clean. 23" crown; 4" brim. Imported.
  • Eugenia Kim Emmanuelle Floppy Felt Hat
    neimanmarcus.com
    Eugenia KimEmmanuelle Floppy Felt Hat, CamelDetails"Emmanuelle" floppy hat by Eugenia Kim.Suede band with bow detail and brass hardware.Pinched crown.Wide brim.Rabbit felt.Made in the USA.Designer About Eugenia Kim Hats:Eugenia Kim, who attended Parsons School of Design, launched her line in 1998 after a hat she had created to hide a bad haircut caught the attention of several SoHo storeowners. Her unique millinery creations, crafted from woven, felt, and straw materials, are trimmed with vintage ribbons and feathers.
  • Lovely Bird + Free People Buenos Aires Floppy Hat
    freepeople.com
    These floppy wool wide brim fedoras feature intricately handcrafted trims, made by American artisans in Venice, Calif. The black color way is adorned in hand dyed red roses on hand braided hemp; and the honey color way is wrapped in tiny hand dyed cream roses on a leather band. By Lovely Bird and Flower Gypsies for Free People. Wool. Import.
  • Eugenia Kim Gabriella Sequined Straw Fedora
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    Eugenia KimGabriella Sequined Straw Fedora, Camel/CopperDetailsWoven straw.Wide sequined band around cap.Short brim.Designer About Eugenia Kim:Eugenia Kim, who attended Parsons School of Design, launched her line in 1998 after a hat she had created to hide a bad haircut caught the attention of several SoHo storeowners. Her unique millinery creations, crafted from woven, felt, and straw materials, are trimmed with vintage ribbons and feathers.
  • Eugenia Kim Caterina Cat-Ear Beret Cap
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    Eugenia KimCaterina Cat-Ear Beret Cap, LeopardDetailsLeopard-print "Caterina" cap by Eugenia Kim.Approx. size: 3"H crown, 22.5" circ.Cat ear details.Domed crown, no brim.Wool felt.Made in the USA.Designer About Eugenia Kim Hats:Eugenia Kim, who attended Parsons School of Design, launched her line in 1998 after a hat she had created to hide a bad haircut caught the attention of several SoHo storeowners. Her unique millinery creations, crafted from woven, felt, and straw materials, are trimmed with vintage ribbons and feathers.
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