Hats on the Runway: Fall 2017

November 14, 2017

The Fall 2017 runways were filled with headgear of all shapes and sizes, including the cloche hats in Jacquemus and head turban in Gucci. If you’re looking for a new hats, the options are infinite. Here are some of my favourite styles from the runway:

Cloche Hats

Cloche hats were popular in the ‘20s and ‘30s fashion. The word ‘cloche’ means ‘bell’ in french. This Fall, designer Simone Porte Jacquemus paired the retro headwear with his surreal silhouettes (below right) and Mark Jacobs created lovely melusine structured cloches.

Mark jacobs cloche hat

(images from Fashion Spot)

The Beret Dior

The Beret is a soft, round, flat-crowned hat. At Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri accessorized every look with a black leather beret. Call it a punk take on the French staple.

Dior beret

(photo from Fashion Spot)

The Turban Gucci

When it comes to chicness, you can’t really go without a turban. Gucci went the ’70s-inspired route this season, sending out vibrantly colored silk turbans with over-the-top outfits.

gucci_turbans

(images from Vogue)

So, we know a hat is a perfect way to finish your outfit!

Hats are taking center stage this Fall, take a look at the Sahar Millinery Collection. You might find some winter hats that will be your stylish shield from the chilly weather. 

Here are our favourite pick of our favourite hats this season in Sahar Millinery:

 

Sahar Millinery’s take on the turban is a ‘Faux-Turban’ – a very wearable elasticated front part of a turban. This one is a very plush deep red velvet! You can see more Faux-Turbans here: www.saharmillinery.co.uk/product-category/faux-turbans-and-trinkets

Sahar Millinery has a pop up shop in Battersea in December – stay tuned for more information!

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