Fedora 101

July 09, 2020 1 min read 1 Comment

Fedoras were worn as early as the late 1800s. This headpiece earned its name from an 1882 play written by Sarah Bernhardt and played by dramatist Victorien Sardou Fedora. This play was first performed in the US in 1889. During the play, Bernhardt played Princess Fedora, the heroine of the play. During the play, she wore a center creased, soft brimmed hat.  The hat was fashionable and women's right movement adopted it as a symbol. In 1924, it became popular among men for its stylishness and its ability to protect the crown from windy, rainy, sunny or cold weather.

During the 1920s the fedora was often associated with Prohibition and gangsters. Today, the Fedora is a fashion statement loved by many!

 


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Daniel Mason
Daniel Mason

September 28, 2021

I’m not sure where I was supposed to leave this message but I just talked to Lana on the phone who helped me order a hat that was listed as out of stock. It was extremely good customer service and I’ve been in that business for a long time. Because of her handling with this situation scarves and for doors will see me several times as I am a hat freak. Thank you Lana.

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