PANAMA hats have been in for years, for both boys and girls. They have been stylish, chic and elegant every summer worldwide.
However, not much people find the right one and usually the original Panama hats are thought to be bought in tropical countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and of course, Panama.
But it turns out that the Panama hat I’ve like the most in a guy, was bought in a small hats shop in Paris’ zone 6, called “La Cerise sur le Chapeau”, where the “madhatter” makes it specially for your head. And the best bit is that you get to choose the colours, bands and details in it. You could even design your own and buy it online for the price of 95€ (Panama) or 115€ (Panama fine).
I would like to share the anecdote of photographer Bill McClave’s Panama hat. He loved the shop so much, he ended up buying three hats to keep up with his stylish self. Check him out!
(Sorry for the bad quality, it was taken with my Blackberry.)
I got to share this with my lovely fashionistas. A great mix to target fashion and music lovers.
However, in the following video models look bored, yes that’s the point but still, much fun and lack of coordination. Don’t miss Lanvin’s designer Alber Elbaz dancing at the end! How cute is this French icon? Loving him.
Pitbull rocking not only the charts, but also LANVIN Paris: That black LANVIN dress knows I want it, and I know it wants me…
What about this PRADA remix showcasing SS 2011? Enjoy!
London has make it number ONE capital in the fashion business! So, move on New York, British fashion icons have overtaken.
The thing is that lots have happened in London in the past two years. British designer John Galliano faces racism trial in Paris; in 2010 Alexander McQueen committed suicide but his brand has lived on, and even the artistic director of his label Sarah Burton designed the sensational wedding dress of Kate Middleton, the new Duchess of Cambridge. Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa both has become fashion icons following Kate’s engagement and marriage to Prince William. They wear British brands that are accessible to the general public such as L.K Bennet, Burberry, Modalu London bags.
At the recent royal tour Kate Middleton proudly wore classic and sometimes chic British designs that help brands’ recognition overseas. Also, she wore local designers pieces depending on her stop. Have a look at all her outfits in the tour here!