By: Nicol Maciejewska
Photo Source: Vogue November 2017
This bell shaped hat was created in 1908 by milliner Caroline Reboux and became popular in the 1920's until the mid 1930's. It made a reappearance in the fashion world in the 1960's and again in the 1980's. Recently, I've been seeing this fitted hat on ladies heads to keep them warm during the cold New York air. At first I thought it was a coincidence, but then I was flipping through the pages of the latest Vogue and came across an editorial which included two cloche hats. One of the hats featured is by one of my favorite French brands Jacquemus, which always seems to be on top of the millinery trends and the other brand featured was Albertus Swanepoel. If you're interested in adding a bit of Art Deco flair to your outfit a cloche hat is the way to go.