Head-turn­ers

Three milliners to help you stand tall

The Daily Telegraph - Telegraph Magazine - - THE CUT//FASHION -

Diana did many things in­cred­i­bly well, but she re­ally ex­celled when it came to hats. Pill­boxes, berets, boaters… You name it, she wore it. Even bet­ter, there wasn’t a ‘naf­fi­na­tor’ in sight. Fol­low her lead, as we share three of the coolest hat brands around. Cha­peau!

1. Lack of Color The lat­est in a string of Aus­tralian brands to hit the UK mar­ket, Lack of Color oozes cool. Thanks to the topsy-turvy north­ern- and south­ern­hemi­sphere s eas ons, it of­fers both straw and wool hats all year round. It’s a favourite among blog­gers and in­flu­encers – and we can see why. The Cruz panama, £115, lack­of­color.com.au.

2. Mai­son Michel Founded in 1936, and bought by Chanel in 1997 as part of the fash­ion house’s Métiers d’art scheme, Mai­son Michel is best known for adding a light-hearted touch to millinery. Its sig­na­ture pieces are two-tone fur-felt fe­do­ras, while its straw boaters are a must for any hol­i­day wardrobe. Vir­ginie fe­dora, £560, michel-paris.com.

3. Filù Hats Anne Hamro com­bines her na­tive Cal­i­for­nian aes­thetic with the crafts­man­ship of Italy, where she now lives. The re­sult? Filù hats are eye­catch­ingly in­di­vid­ual with­out be­ing wacky. Mau­ri­tius pap er-straw hat, £440, match­es­fash­ion.com.

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