CURATING LUXURY FOR THE DISCERNING TRAVELLER

JANE TAYLOR LONDON

JANE TAYLOR LONDON

A look back through the annals of history reveals that Britain’s love affair with headwear is not only firmly entrenched in the national psyche, but has also come to define some of the country’s most famous figures. Would Sir Winston Churchill be so instantly recognisable without his cigar and homburg? Would Charlie Chaplin be quite as funny without his cane and bowler? (Incidentally, we have London’s Lock & Co.Hatters  to thank for introducing the bowler hat in 1849.)

Feb 22nd 2018
Fashion
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