THE 60’S ARE BACK
 
HELLO HATTERS: WE STILL NEED STATISTICS ON HAT SALES FIGURES
 

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS…AND THEN SOME

DESIGNER RUNWAYS ADD HATS TO THE MIX

 

 

 
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Volume 1 Newsletter 16
November 30, 2005
“People are disturbed not by things, but by their perception of things”
Epictetus
Look for feminine fashion accents such as of ruffles, lace and flowers this spring. That’s what the LA Fashion market is predicting.
 
From where I stand (in New York City) I see a tremendous shift toward the peace, love and flower child days of the 60’s in mainstream fashion.
 
If my memory serves me correctly the current fashion climate is decidedly 60’s.
 
I am working on a new section for the 2006 Hat Life Directory called: Secrets of Success in the Headwear Industry.
 
JJ HAT CENTRE IN NEW YORK CITY GETS A NICE HAT RAP
We just happened to stop by J.J. HAT CENTER on Fifth Avenue in NYC and owner Aida O’Toole told us that she is selling Fedoras very well.
 
Joseph Orlando, who owns a Pittsburgh PA men’s store, is looking for fedoras for his customers.
 
HELLO HATTERS: WE STILL NEED STATISTICS ON HAT SALES FIGURES
We get calls every month (and emails) from people wanting sales figures for the Headwear industry.
 
This Argentina based headwear manufacturer is working to improve their service to the headwear industry.
 
Larry Grossberg is working with a French Artist and Headwear designer who has been making better- priced designer hats for upscale retailers such as Barneys.
 
Well, it appears the celebrity driven trucker hat and sportswear label is poised to make a comeback.
 
The Coach name rings supreme on the corner of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue in NYC.