Celebrity Mad Hatters
Teeny toppers! Plaid newsboys! Straw boaters! See the hip headwear stars like Gwen Stefani, AnnaLynne McCord and Lauren Conrad are loving
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adds a little something “Extra! Extra!” to her outfit by way of a smart tartan newsboy.
Perhaps taking a cue from the fascinators across the pond, AnnaLynne McCord looks ready for the Kentucky Derby in her flirtatious two-piece outfit and miniature off-kilter accessory.
has it made in the shade with her stiff-brimmed black hat, which does double duty, shielding both her and daughter Blue Ivy from the sun.
Most Coachella attendees borrow from the ’60s for outfit inspiration, but went all the way back to the 1930s for her slice of Americana with a straw boater by Juicy Couture.
High-fashion headpieces have experienced a serious resurgence among celebs, and fever may be at the root of it: She effortlessly pulls off crowning achievements from tiaras to artsy berets.
Also rocking a stiff-brimmed hat, dresses up basic waves and a simple do with a classic chocolate style.
Paging the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Baseball caps worn off-center have a definite devil-may-care flair, fitting for a star like .
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Bye-bye, beanie! The hottest woolen hat is a slouchy, loose-knit version like Rachel Zoe’s. A print or bright color makes the look even more fun.
Summer 2011 was all about the floppy, face-framing felt hat; this year, expect to see crisp straw fedora shapes from the boardwalk to the beach. has the right idea, pairing hers with cool white sunnies and a lavender dress.
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Update a traditional trilby with a rakish pattern, like Bethenny Frankel’s flirtatious printed hat, which is surprisingly wearable and easy to pair with a range of outfits.