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Six Famous Fedora-wearers
A Crease in Your Crown
By Starling Root
The finishing touch or even the defining accessory for a hipster or a 1940's tough guy, the fedora is a men's felt hat that dates back to at least 1891. At that point, fedoras were considered a woman's fashion and only gained popularity with men starting after World War I. Fedoras are distinctive for their crease at the crown and pinches on both sides of the hat. Originally, fedoras were sold uncreased, giving owners the freedom to crack a crease however they pleased. Now fedoras come creased, a practice that started popping up in the 1950s.
If you need inspiration to break out your own fedora, here's a list of six famous fedora-wearers, in no particular order:
4/29/2014 11:09:37 am
10/4/2018 03:07:21 pm
Freddy Kruger should be on this list
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