NYFW Spring 2015 Hats

Thom Browne, spring 2015, photos by Kim Weston Arnold/indigitalimages.com, via style.com

New York Fashion Week is almost over, and yesterday hats had their day in the sun. Yes, hats. Did you notice them too?

Thom Browne, spring 2015, photos by Kim Weston Arnold/indigitalimages.com, via style.com

Let’s start with Thom Browne. Milliner Stephen Jones designed hats that wittily played off Browne’s ensembles.

Karen Walker, spring 2015, photos by Livio Valerio/indigitalimages.com, via style.com

Karen Walker’s straw hats took the Western in a simple and elegant direction.

Donna Karan, spring 2015, photos by Yannis Vlamos/indigitalimages.com, via style.com

Donna Karan mixed up her looks with hats that either reached for high heights or mimicked an early 1900s oversized shape.

Rosie Assoulin, spring 2015, photos courtesy of Rosie Assoulin, via style.com

Rosie Assoulin went for a super dramatic brim.


Alice + Olivia, spring 2015, photo by Michael Loccisano for Getty, via fabsugar.com

And Alice + Olivia created a dramatic Marie Antoinette towering hairpiece with a bird perched on top.

These hats were certainly no wallflowers. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many in one New York Fashion Week in recent history. Should we blame it all on Pharrell’s Vivienne Westwood hat?