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Faye Dunaway sure could wear a hat. Designer Gladys Tamez created this rabbit felt velour hat with a leather braided band, mink and feathers in her honor.
Before baby North, Kim Kardashian completed an all-white ensemble with a wide-brimmed hat by Gladys Tamez.
Johnny Depp played guitar on television in his Gladys Tamez hat, which the designer named “The Johnny” in his honor.
The late Loulou de la Falaise, a Frenchwoman who designed jewelry and hats for the original YSL design house, inspired this marvelous hat with a narrow brim and super-sexy netting.
Women wearing men?s fedoras has been de rigueur for a while now. While that look is becoming, we like a bit more ladylike élan in our hats. You know, like those eccentric and swooping brimmed hats we?ve seen from Saint Laurent and Skaist-Taylor.
We?d tugged the rabbit-fur felted number down low on our brow, and with that one gesture pulled off our own hat trick: We covered our messy hair, upgraded our whole outfit with just one accessory and channeled the Swinging Sixties sexiness of Brigitte Bardot--one of many style avatars in Tamez?s Fashion Icons collection.
While Tamez makes seasonal collections of her handmade chapeaux, too, we can?t quit thinking about how cool her Fashion Icons collection is, with its hats based on women whose style we love, like Faye Dunaway, Edie Sedgwick and, yes, bombshell Bardot.
A tip of the hat to these style avatars, and to Tamez, for reminding us that life?s too short not to have a little bit of glamour with our warmth.
Pearl Drop, 328 S. Lincoln Blvd., Venice; 310-399-1304 or gladystamez.com
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