Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence. The hat covers the head. Used for warmth and protection against the elements. The hat is also a fashion statement, ceremonial garb, religious habit, occupational habit, military habit and for safety. In European and American society the hat was a symbol of status. In 18th century Milan, Italy the best quality of hats were made. The term, millinery was coined. Bonnets were worn in the early 19th century. Gradually bonnets were accessorized. Accessorized with features, ribbon and lace. By the end of the 19th century hat styles were extended with wide brims and flat crowns. In the jazz era mid 1920s women’s hair was shorter. Following shorter hair short brim hats hugged the head. Same period there was the “Silver Screen”. Hollywood’s influence on hat fashion is immeasurable.Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence.

 
 
 
Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Fred Astaire Top Hat 1943

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence. Hat fashion was influenced by events in history. This was until the “Silver Screen.” In the 20’s and 30’s Hollywood was coming of age. Advancing from silent black and white movies to talkies in color. Movies showed pass and present history in fashion.These fashions statements influences current hat fashions. Conversely, movies can set trends.  During the Great Depression movies reflected the era. James Cagney, Edward G. Robinson were famous for gangster movies, All famous and scene actors hats. The general public during that period men worn hats. In 1942 Fred Astaire was in movie, Top Hat. Top Hat sales increased. Generally, top hats are worn at wedding, evening parties and ceremonies.

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Charlie Chaplin

Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis golden screen goddesses. Hats enhanced their glamour and style. John Wayne and Clint Eastwood worn the cowboy hat as only they could. These hats added to their alpha men images. Frank Sinatra is considered by some the best popular singer of the 20’s century. He was known to have a hat cocked to the side. The hat added to his “Cool Guy” image. Vintage film, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Audrey Hepburn wide brim hat influence hat style for that era. The great beauty, Elizabeth Taylor in epoch film, Cleopatra. I will not claim that the head dresses she worn in the movie influenced hat fashion. But her look influence make-up and jewelry fashion in that era.  Contemporary actors influence hat fashion currently. Johnnie Depp is known for his hat styles. Movies and actors influenced fashion trends then and now.Let us not leave out pop singers like Bruno Mars

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

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“THE GOOD THE BAD,AND THE UGLY” CLINT EASWOOD

   
     
 Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

John Wayne – Overland Stage Raiders

 

 
 
 

 

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

James Cagney

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Marlene Dietrich

 

 

 

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Humphrey Bogart & Ingrid Bergman – Casablanca

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Edward G. Robinson & James Cagney

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Brad Pitts – River Runs Through It.

 

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Bette Davis

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Frank Sinatra

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Audrey Hepburn – Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Elizabeth Taylor – Cleopatra

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Johnny Depp

Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence

Bruno Mars

 
Famous People Hats Hollywoods Influence.  Movies shows pass and present history in fashion.These fashions statements influences current hat fashions. Conversely, movies can set trends.  Hurray for Hollywood domestic and international influence in art and fashion.
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