Royal Ascot has just wrapped for the year, and you know what that means—it’s time for our annual celebration of attending hats beautiful and bonkers, sublime and silly.
Hats—ever heard of them?
Let’s be honest—expectations are not that high when it comes to Emilio Pucci, or Milan Fashion Week in general. But I have to say I was still pretty shocked when this orange Cousin It marched down the runway, maybe because Pucci is an establishment brand that is clearly trying to appear innovative and failing…
If socialites can be relied upon for one thing in this day and age, it’s their willingness to wear a wild custom hat to an invite-only daytime event. And God bless them for it.
How convenient—the perfect style inspiration for an April weekend when the summer can’t decide whether it wants to be warm or cold or what.
This is a strangely successful piece of headwear, in that I feel compelled to do whatever this woman says, immediately.
A fun idea, being instituted for what we’re sure are totally non-bullshit reasons: female reporters at Chicago Fox station WFLD are reportedly being told not to wear hats during outdoor live shots this winter. A producer apparently thinks women “look a lot better without hats.”
Diane Keaton, beloved actress and frequent wearer of hats, turns 70 years old today. And in those seven decades on this planet, she has worn several different kinds of hats—from black ones to white ones, and from bowlers to berets*. But which of those iconic head covers best represents you?
When I heard the news that Netflix had signed on to a four-episode continuation of Gilmore Girls, I had a thought that I believe everyone else should have had: I hope they hire a new costumer.
Today the horse races at Royal Ascot kicked off. Which means a treat for those of us here at home: a parade of completely bonkers hats.
Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski are working as NBC fashion commentators for the Kentucky Derby this weekend, which meant that Friday on The Today Show they gave us a taste of what they were going to bring to the table fashion-wise. For Tara, that translated into tasteful black feathers. For Johnny, that meant a crazy…
If you read the New York Post headline yesterday “Obama wants Marines to wear ‘girly’ hats,” and were a little skeptical that the commander-in-chief of the world’s most powerful military force was sitting at his desk in front of a series of hat sketches for new Marine uniforms saying, “This is too butch. I SAID…
The idiots at Amy's Baking Company are cashing in on their asshole natures and selling shirts that reference how they became famous for being jerks, with phrases of them like "Here's Your Pizza, Go F**K Yourself!" (They put those asterisks in, I have no problem writing that word out.)
It rained Saturday during the 139th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, and the inclement weather meant a lot of the hats were kept under wraps. That said, some VIP managed to don fine spring fashions and elaborate hats, in keeping with tradition.
LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 04: A little guest attends the 139th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 4, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
Ah, the 1920s. When you could get a really great hat for $1.95. What's that you say? You like the $2.95 hats? Pardon me, big spender. The image on the left is from Retronaut's new site, Anywhen; the one on the right was seen on Pinterest. But more pressing: Which hat do you want to buy?
LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 05: A women walks through the paddock during the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 5, 2012 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Tamara Soreeoo of Austin, Texas, wears her game face under her thoroughbred hat, called "Lavender Flapjack," is favored to win this year's contest.
The royal wedding is over and done with, but Princess Beatrice's hat lives on in infamy! Since everyone has an opinion about her chapeau, and it's fun to play amateur psychiatrist, we present: What What You Think Beatice's Hat Looks Like Says About You.
What's the coolest thing about a royal wedding? It's not the dress — snooze — or the guest list — Victoria Beckham, really? — or the Senior British Correspondents all the American television networks trot out to bask in their expert analysis. It's the hats, stupid! The glorious, creative, towering, ridiculous, fancy,…