Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘hats’


Tamra Fago’s Cru Moderne: Haute Hats

Tamra Fago’s Cru Moderne: Haute Hats
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We remember when we first walked into Camille DePedrini on Mission Street in South Pasadena and began looking closely at the clothes on display. The fabrics, the stitching, the beads, buttons, and trim were masterful and exquisite. Revealing her own artistic finesse, Tamra Fago of Cru Moderne will be exhibiting her collection of hand-formed, haute […]

Art on Palm 2014

Art on Palm 2014

It’s a decade “in” and Art on Palm is going strong. Altadena’s art and craft festival celebrates its tenth anniversary on May 10th with 40 artists and musicians gathering to exhibit and perform. Nestled in the secluded canyon of Wild Wood Park with its ancient oaks, Art on Palm is free, child-friendly, and even dog-friendly. Artists on […]

Keep Your Hat On!

Keep Your Hat On!

When you step through the door at 49 W. Colorado in Old Town, you step into a late 19th-century mise en scène par 1895, the year Goorin Brothers Hats was born in San Francisco’s Mission District. From the old pedestal table near the entrance to the vintage hat racks, tractor-seat barstools (thanks to Restoration Hardware), […]

Feathers, Fashion, and the Cawston Ostrich Farm

Feathers, Fashion, and the Cawston Ostrich Farm

Once upon a time, there was an ostrich farm in South Pasadena, the Cawston Ostrich Farm, founded in 1886 by Edwin Cawston. In addition to providing visitors with rides in ostrich drawn carriages, Cawston made a living selling ostrich-feathered products: boas, capes, fans, and, of course, hats, which just so happens to be the area […]

Hats! Women’s Hats! Lots of Them!

Hats! Women’s Hats! Lots of Them!

Hats—what are they good for? Well, they offer protection from the elements. And they can be quite fashionable, of course. And, perhaps most importantly, they serve as fairly prominent symbols of socio-economic status (honestly, what doesn’t these days?). If you’ve ever been curious about these sorts of things as they pertain to hats, especially women’s […]

Attitude

Attitude

This boutique is a great find in Sierra Madre. A small store, it makes up for its size with pieces so well edited, you’d be hard-pressed to find a selection this good in a store twice the size. The styles are fashionable yet classic, with many possessing a whimsical bohemian flavor. The price points are […]

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