Let’s take a few guesses as to what this model, walking the DSquared runway at Pitti Uomo, might have stored underneath his bulbous headwear, shall we? Keep reading »
All due respect and praise to the genius that came up with the salsa hat prototype, seen here. Think about how many versions of this edible tortilla hat were created and then failed, spilling delicious salsa all over the wearer. And a salsa hat is a great hat to get the party started — you’ll need to eat all the salsa in the hat bowl before it breaks, of course. [Cheezburger]
I think most people throw on a hat to cover up a bad hair day or shield their delicate scalp from the sun, which means a see-through hat–especially a really expensive see-through hat–is about as useful as a pair of lens-less sunglasses. [$128, Diesel]
Just wait til he gets drunk on a pitcher of margaritas and starts whipping his tiny sombrero around. It’s really a sight. [CutestLife]
Nordstrom is selling this as an oversized feather fascinator, but it looks more like the horrifying aftermath of a tropical bird/human collision to me. In fact, if I saw someone wearing this on the street or at a party, I would instruct them to lie down immediately, check for signs of a concussion, and put in a call to exotic animal control. [Feather fascinator, $58, Nordstrom]
Cloche hats are a fancy alternative to your typical winter knit hat wear, and we think they should be considered more often. After all, where knit hats make your head look like the equivalent of a squishy ball, these cloche hats really class things up a bit and dare we say, make you look like a lady. So ladypants, get on the cloche caboose and check out these 10 cute options.
A recent study found that only 7 percent of women love their hair, yet we spend a ton of time grooming it. But wouldn’t life just be easier if we covered up with a hat on the bad hair days? I’m not talking about a knit beanie or baseball cap. I mean a fabulous chapeau — one that will show off your style while also being chic enough to wear indoors! Here are 11 of our favorite, finger-snap-approved hats for bad hair days … or every day, really.
New Power Studio paired this innovative penis hat with menswear at London Fashion Week. I am going to highly encourage men NOT to follow this trend, unless you enjoy being called a d**khead. [The Gloss] Keep reading »