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Hats & Gloves

 

Taking inspiration from hats and gloves of the 19th and early 20th centuries, reflecting antique examples and examples from fashion illustrations. During the Victorian period gloves were worn by both ladies and gentlemen; by the 1870s ladies wore buttoned kid, silk, or velvet gloves with evening or dinner dress, and long suede gloves during the day and when having tea. In the early 1900s most ladies hats were enormous and adorned with flowers, ribbons and feathers but by the mid 1920s women's hair had become much shorter with the 'shingle' cut and the cloche, literally bell, hat was born. The early 1930s saw crowns become shallow once again to accommodate the decade’s fuller curled hairstyles and mannish styled ‘fedoras’ were adopted with tailored suits.

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