Blog — Hats

Measured orders: New Reinhard Plank

Milliner, Reinhard Plank, has a strong hold on avant garde hatmaking. He pairs breathtaking shapes with revolutionary fabric treatments to achieve statement hats that read as subtle staples. This season he delivers a set of sisal straw hats treated with pops of color and hints of burnt reserve. The shapes are artfully suited for warm weather and wear beautifully indoors and out. Sophisticated construction molded on antique blocks yields a high-caliber constitution to rest on your head. Photography Christina HicksStyling Kimberly DouglassWords by Brit Parks
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Yestadt Millinary: Casual Crowns

A tilt, a turn, a straw-felt longing. Resting, lilting a light-weighted grace. Something not needed, but added for utter whim. Her violet heels click on the bridge and her only movement is a languid arm spun upward to hold her brim down upon her stoic head. She lies sunning with her thoughts guarded from broad heat and broad affection by a wide fedora in a wicker effort.   With a love of true millinery makings, Yestadt Millinery was begun by Molly Yestadt and childhood friend Jane Pincus. They seek out the finest materials available; they bend and mold them into modern marvels that sit on your head with subtle height and overwhelming beauty. Wearable, easily folded and tucked into your carry alls,...
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