Red Hats and the Women Who Wear Them

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 125 pages
A fun and vibrant celebration of red hats and the women who wear them. On festive display here are some of the most amazing, unique, elegant, and just plain wacky works of millinery art ever designed since the first red hat was donned in 1997. Best of all, the models showing off the impressive headgear are the very inspirational ladies who created them. These women happily offer colorful commentary on their handiwork, from information on the hats’ construction to anecdotes about the reactions they evoke. Irresistible, proud Red Hat hattitude shines through in chapters such as Hoity Toity Crowning Glories, Mad Hatter Tea-Time Toppers, Blooming Brims, and, best of all, Over-the-Top Hats. An introduction by Founder and Exalted Queen Mother Sue Ellen Cooper (author of the bestselling Fun and Friendship After Fifty) focuses on the history of the hat, fun hat facts, and the basics of embellishing a hat—and the sassy Ruby Red Hat provides amusing narration throughout.
 

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The Red Hat Society is an international organization of women over 50 who don red hats and purple outfits and dedicate themselves to having fun. Part of the fun is creating outrageous hats, and that's ... Read full review

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