Galanos

80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat$112.00

  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
  • 80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat by Galanos
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Size: 7 1/2
Galanos
80's Tangerine Straw Summer Bucket Hat

1980's straw cloche by designer James Galanos. Finely woven very flexible straw styled as a bucket with a matching chiffon hatband. Interior is finished with a petersham ribbon.

As for the condition it is faded but very uniformly. You would never know it unless you looked under the hatband. That is the only issue. It is clean and without further damage.

Inner circumference is 22 inches and measuring on the outside, edge to edge is 16 1/2 inches.

Label is Galanos. The following information is provided courtesy of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

James Galanos (1924 – 2016) started his fashion house, based in Los Angeles, in 1951, after nine years of studying and working in the fashion industry. Starting in 1942, he spent a short time at the Traphagen School of Fashion, worked briefly at Hattie Carnegie, went to California and worked with Jean Louis at Columbia Pictures, was an apprentice to Robert Piguet in Paris and worked at Davidow in New York. His years of working in the business served him well, as he opened a ready-to-wear house that is often compared to couture. Galanos became known for his work in chiffon; evening wear was a specialty. He also designed elegant suits and dresses for day. Galanos is often associated with Nancy Reagan, who was a loyal fan through the years. Galanos retired in 1998.

Alley Cats Vintage is a Member of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Roanoke, Virginia.

1980's straw cloche by designer James Galanos. Finely woven very flexible straw styled as a bucket with a matching chiffon hatband. Interior is finished with a petersham ribbon.

As for the condition it is faded but very uniformly. You would never know it unless you looked under the hatband. That is the only issue. It is clean and without further damage.

Inner circumference is 22 inches and measuring on the outside, edge to edge is 16 1/2 inches.

Label is Galanos. The following information is provided courtesy of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

James Galanos (1924 – 2016) started his fashion house, based in Los Angeles, in 1951, after nine years of studying and working in the fashion industry. Starting in 1942, he spent a short time at the Traphagen School of Fashion, worked briefly at Hattie Carnegie, went to California and worked with Jean Louis at Columbia Pictures, was an apprentice to Robert Piguet in Paris and worked at Davidow in New York. His years of working in the business served him well, as he opened a ready-to-wear house that is often compared to couture. Galanos became known for his work in chiffon; evening wear was a specialty. He also designed elegant suits and dresses for day. Galanos is often associated with Nancy Reagan, who was a loyal fan through the years. Galanos retired in 1998.

Alley Cats Vintage is a Member of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

1980's straw cloche by designer James Galanos. Finely woven very flexible straw styled as a bucket with a matching chiffon hatband. Interior is finished with a petersham ribbon.

As for the condition it is faded but very uniformly. You would never know it unless you looked under the hatband. That is the only issue. It is clean and without further damage.

Inner circumference is 22 inches and measuring on the outside, edge to edge is 16 1/2 inches.

Label is Galanos. The following information is provided courtesy of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

James Galanos (1924 – 2016) started his fashion house, based in Los Angeles, in 1951, after nine years of studying and working in the fashion industry. Starting in 1942, he spent a short time at the Traphagen School of Fashion, worked briefly at Hattie Carnegie, went to California and worked with Jean Louis at Columbia Pictures, was an apprentice to Robert Piguet in Paris and worked at Davidow in New York. His years of working in the business served him well, as he opened a ready-to-wear house that is often compared to couture. Galanos became known for his work in chiffon; evening wear was a specialty. He also designed elegant suits and dresses for day. Galanos is often associated with Nancy Reagan, who was a loyal fan through the years. Galanos retired in 1998.

Alley Cats Vintage is a Member of the Vintage Fashion Guild.

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Roanoke, Virginia.

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