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Cute Cat Hats by Amélie Segarceanu

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Amélie Segarceanu is like the Karl Lagerfeld in the cat world. Her materials aren’t cheap dollar store arts and crafts paper, but rather fine merino wool. If you wish to take your cat’s general coolness to the next level, check out Amélie’s Etsy store. Featured below are some of our favorites. Continue reading »

Cat Protection From Mind Control With Tin Foil Hats

Did you know that tin foil hat is a great way to protect your cat from the evil government that’s are trying to implement mind control and take over your pet? Make your own before it’s too late! Or get one on Amazon if you don’t trust your own skills! Continue reading »

Hats Off to Artists Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda

Spanish artists Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda (previously featured) trained as architects, but buildings in their much-loved work appear only as props or sets for meticulously posed characters. Their images look like illustrations and yet they are photographs created with very little digital editing. This series, What the Hat, turns a fedora into an avocado stone, a musical note, a daisy. Continue reading »

This Cafe In Germany Gives Customers Hats With Pool Noodles To Keep Social Distancing

European countries are starting to slowly come alive again. One of them is Germany, where previous restrictions enforced by the state-wide lockdown measures are being relaxed. This is unsurprising as Germany’s been regarded as one of the countries that has dealt with the pandemic extremely well. Continue reading »

Japan’s Realistic Napping Cat Hat Puts A Purring Kitty On Your Head

Thanks to hat designer KENT HAT, cat lovers can show off their feline fondness with their latest addition: a napping kitty hat! Continue reading »

Picture Hats: One Of The Favorite Fashion Styles Of Edwardian Women

The Edwardian fashion era is often remembered by large over-sized hats stacked with plums of feathers, bows, flowers, birds, lace, and tulle. They were called Gainsborough or Picture hats for how they framed a lady’s face. Continue reading »