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 Collection: Texas Fashion Collection
Hat

Hat

Date: 1946
Creator: unknown
Description: Headband covered with light blue feathers sprinkled with white rhinestones.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Hat

Hat

Date: [1935..1939]
Creator: Ko San
Description: Hat of violet felt trimmed with lighter colored edge stitching. Upturned brim on one side. Purple feathers decorate crown. Crown has folds. Designer's label: "Ko San / New York" Union label under designer's label.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Hat

Hat

Date: [1970..1979]
Creator: Parkridge
Description: Hat of purple felt. Designed to appear as a beret, the hat has a low crown, folded and somewhat crushed, with parts extending out as a brim in front and a "wing" at side. No real brim, but the extensions of the crown simulate one. Curled around the "wing" is a band of metallic thread and beading braid. Unlined. With purple grosgrain inner hatband, and a black elastic cord to help secure hat to wearer's head. Maker's label: "Parkridge / Exclusives"
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Hat

Hat

Date: [1960..1969]
Creator: Damozel
Description: Hat of light blue ostrich feathers. Designed on a circular under band of light blue velvet-covered wire, the hat is formed of a radiating spray of dyed ostrich feathers, with light blue netting extending out as a veil, and with two light blue ribbon loops with attached simulated tortoise-shell hairpins to secure hat to wearer's head. Unlined. Designer's label: "Damozel / New York"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1940~
Creator: Smith, Helen
Description: Hat of black felt. Styled somewhat as a fez, the hat has a slightly conical crown with flattened top. At back are two segments of black silk braid/knotwork. Inner black grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label: "Original / Helen Smith / Marshall Field Annex - Chicago"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1960~
Creator: Hammil, Ursula
Description: Hat of open-work crocheted olive green straw. The high, somewhat conical crown is encircled at base by a band of green velvet ribbon. Sloping brim of same openwork crochet. Scattered over crown and trailing onto brim in places are applied artificial sprays of small white flowers with green leaves. Unlined. Inner green grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label: Ursula Hammil
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Hat

Hat

Date: [1960..1969]
Creator: unknown
Description: Hat of open-weave white raffia. The hat is designed with a high domed crown, which is encircled at base by a band of same material set with 5 diamond-shaped gold-colored metal buckles. The wide, floppy brim extends downwards, and is "waved". Hat is unlined. Label inside hat: "Made in Italy"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: unknown
Description: Cap of navy felt with visor. Crown is formed of six wedges of fabric making a hexagon-shaped crown. Inner headband of black fabric with same fabric covering crown section seams. Unlined. Union label on inside headband at back.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: unknown
Description: Hat of grey/beige and off-white yarn. The crocheted hat, of cloche-style, has a conical crown flattened at top, and a hatband at base formed of a wide band of twisted off-white yarn passing through loops of grey/beige yarn. The hat has a small rolled brim.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: unknown
Description: Hat in hood style of tan angora with scattered large golden paillette sequins applied over the entire surface. Hat covers head and back of neck with panels that extend around to secure at center front under chin with one circular button and loop. Unlined. Retailer's label sewn into right side panel: "Saks Fifth Avenue" Price tag stapled to left side panel: "100" (1 dollar?)
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design