|Posted on 8-12-2011|
As the cold weather settles in, the masses are turning to perhaps the most practical and on-trend garment around: hats. Some larger-than-life, some delicately tiny, hats top off almost every look for fall: in the form of perfectly pitched caps; fox, suede, and astrakhan fur versions; bright, fuzzy hoods; classic, yet subtly embellished fedoras; and oversize wide brims.
Christophe Lemaire’s first collection for the French fashion house Hermes included a selection of aviation inspired leather hats.
At Prada the hats were bright and fluffy.
Model sported flat caps in pastel colours at Missoni autumn/winter 2011.
I love the juxtposition of the bright pink hat, the men’s shirt and the chunky knit beanie.
The peaked hats at Louis Vuitton were inspired by the film ‘The Night Porter’.
Kate Moss and her husband Jamie Hince looked as though they were off for a Hollywood-style adventure in their film-worthy hats.
Backstage at Gucci the outfits were channelling a 1970′s vibe.
Marc Jacobs didn’t hold back on the polka dots in his autumn/winter show.
Monochrome at Burberry autumn/winter 2011.
An astrakhan hat by Rochas
Gwen Stefani teamed her geometric print knit with round glasses and a flat cap, but her signature red lipstick gave away her disguise while out and about in LA.
Moschino’s outfits from the autumn/winter 2011 show concentrated on a fusion of the masculine and feminine.
The hats at Diane von Furstenberg’s autumn/winter show had a positively Western feel to them.
Model Lily Cole picked a pom-pom black beanie for her meeting with Vivienne Westwood…I bet you can’t guess what the environmentalists were discussing?
Fur hat by Oscar de la Renta
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