1920's Cloche Hat

Cloche Hat-yes, it's an object of fashion, but it is also un objet d'art. Look at the exquisite work put into it-with hats, definitely, they don't make them like they used to; mainly because we-at least Americans-don't wear them anymore Charlotte La Bouff

Dior 1959 . . . .ready for the city . . .

1959 Dior fashions white polka dots on navy blue to make this glamorous suit with matching hat. The gloves make it complete

Vogue Portugal February 2012 : Sara Sampaio by Luis Monteiro

Sara Sampaio by Luis Monteiro for Vogue Portugal (February Editorial: Optimism of Spring (translated) Dress: Junko Shimada Hat: Hoss Intropia Bag: Louis Vuitton Shoes: Christian Louboutin & Un Bout& Red Suede & PVC Pumps

The image (by Simon Proctor) was inspired by 1950's Dior haute couture

Now THIS is how you’re supposed to dress for Royal Ascot: Race course holds its own fashion shoot to show women how to win in the style stakes

Vogue May 1956 - Model Anne St Marie

Vogue May 1956 - Model Anne St Marie Photo by Karen Radkai / Conde Nast Archive. The dress is beautiful - the hat's gotta go!

Rachel Trevor Morgan

Royal Milliner Rachel Trevor-Morgan and Her Beautiful Couture Hats, This One Is a Large Organdie Pleated Bell With Bow Style

Vogue 1951

soyouthinkyoucansee: “ “…in natural shantung with narrow black piping, black buttons and belt. The fitted bodice is severely plain, the full skirt is gathered at waist. By Frederick Starke,

Pierre Cardin

Elle France, March 1987 Photographer: Marc Hispard Model: Stephanie Seymour Hat by Pierre Cardin