APPAREL COMPANIES TAKING THEIR CUES FROM TUPPERWARE
 
CAMILLA DID DON A TIARA FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS MONTH (BUT NOT IN THE US)
 
WE HEAR THAT KANGOL IS ON FIRE IN MORE THAN ONE WAY
 

 

 
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Volume 1 Newsletter 15
November 09, 2005
“Don’t pray for an easy life, pray to become a strong person”
Hindu philosopher
Hats were the topic of conversation in USA Today last week. The article, A Tip of the Hat to Fashion, honors hat wearing as a sign of acceptance because of its Hollywood heritage.
 
Retailers are now marketing to women where they feel most comfortable: At Home. Jones Apparel and Aerosoles Shoes are encouraging women to host home shopping parties where they can sell products to their friends and family.
 
The Royal couple made a modest spectacle of themselves last week in the US. Apparently the Goodwill junket was an attempt to bolster relations between the US and to herald Charles’ environmental projects.
 
Here’s the low down on the glittery headpiece: The tiara was loaned to Camilla by Queen Elizabeth II, who is thought never to have worn it.
 
HEADWEAR INCLUDES NOT JUST TIARA'S BUT ALSO HEADWRAPS
We have noticed that young men and women are wearing assorted head wraps for dress and for casual wear.
 
OUT HATS ARE OFF TO HAT WORLD'S NEW CEO AND PRESIDENT
Kenneth J. Kocher has been named president and Glenn Campbell has been named CEO of Indianapolis-based Hat World.
 
TO ERROR IS HUMAN
TO ERROR IS HUMAN (and I made an error in the last newsletter, so I guess that makes me human). I inadvertently used a photo from Pacific Sportswear & Emblem Company with an article about Pacific Headwear.
 
A MAJOR fire was narrowly avoided at the former Kangol factory on Monday night after vandals attacked the building with fireworks.
 
Shoppers were out looking for hats on Marathon Sunday in New York City, but most spectators were not wearing hats, sorry.