If you like hats, The Hatwalk is where you hang it.
We publish weekly articles about how to wear hats, what to wear hats with, when to wear hats, who’s wearing hats and which hats they’re wearing. In games, 3 consecutive, similar successes is called a hat trick.
Our stories are an interpretive review of three or more celebrities wearing similar style hats.
We talk about the relationship between what, when and how different celebrities wear similar hats, as well as how their hat choice impacted their visual aesthetic.
A hat trick might be three celebrities wearing similar hats at different but recent events. but it could also be three celebrities who wore similar hats over the years.
If the white shade Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is showing up again on famous heads in the Hamptons, that’s the type of thing we like to cover.
Whether it’s celebrities wearing fedoras, pork pie hats, cowboy hats, shade hats, straw hats, newsboy caps, trucker hats, or top hats now – or classic Hollywood stars who wore them in the 40s and 50s – The Hatwalk is curious about how hat styles are evolving and staying the same.
Hats are timeless.
We’re interested in the space cowboy hat Jeff Bezos and his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez wore to his space flight landing. We’re interested in the pale rider Clint Eastwood wore in Fist Full of Dollars. And we’re interested in the Stetson John Wayne wore in director John Ford’s classic award-winning Western The Searchers.
But we’re fascinated by the relationship between 3 iconic images that those hat styling choices added to popular culture.
For the casual reader, The Hatwalk is a website about hat styles. But for the pop culture obsessed, The Hatwalk connects the dots, telling you what hats to wear when and why.
We do not publish guest posts, but we do hire contributors. If you’d like to write for us, you can send us pitches here. And please include samples of previous published work under your byline. And if you’d like advertising information, you can contact us here.