Woman's Hat

J. Suzanne Talbot, French

Made in Paris, France, Europe

c. 1914-1918

Straw, silk velvet, and ostrich feathers

Brim Diameter: 19 inches (48.3 cm)

Curatorial Department:
Costume and Textiles

Object Location:

Currently not on view

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Credit Line:
Gift of Mrs. Richard Greenwood, 1956

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  • PublicationAhead of Fashion: Hats of the 20th Century

    This straw hat, a variation on the bicorne with an upturned two-cornered silk velvet brim and extravagant ostrich feather trim, was made in about 1918 by the Paris milliners J. Suzanne Talbot, who trained many of the great milliners, including Lilly Dache and Jeanne Lanvin. Dilys E. Blum, from Ahead of Fashion: Hats of the 20th Century, Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin (1993), p. 17.