Long, Lois
February 1960
New Yorker;2/20/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p120
The article discusses some of the trends in women's hats in New York City in 1960. Hats are either very shiny, severe and opaque, semi-transparencies and openwork bases to give bulk without weight. Lilly Daché makes simple bonnet-cloche shapes. A tiny cap is worn tilted forward for a hairdo with a high French twist. The London-bobby hats at Chanda are made with strips of narrow straw braid to give them an airy touch.


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