The Jacquemus hat is no doubt a stylish way to shield your head from the rays of the sun. There are a range of styles, from quilted to natural tones. In addition to a wide variety of hats, there is also a range of other items in this designer's collection. Among the most popular items are the cloche hat and the wide brimmed sun hat. These oversized headwear pieces are designed to be wearable and stylish. They're also a good choice for those who want to show off their more experimental side.
While the Jacquemus hat has been around for a while, the company has recently taken the wraps off of its newest creation. Their latest designer hat collection is a smorgasbord of canvas and bucket hats. With styles like the jacquemus Le Bob Mentalo Bucket Hat, this is a surefire way to spruce up your wardrobe this season. It features a smooth lambskin leather exterior, visible topstitching, and a rear adjustable drawcord. As with all Jacquemus products, the quality is a definite plus.
In a recent interview, designer Simon Porte said that one of the reasons his brand is so popular with fashion insiders is that it embodies the best of both worlds. The designer has a penchant for incorporating elements of classic French fashion into his collections, while at the same time giving them a modern twist. His recent Spring Summer 2019 collection, which made an appearance in Paris in February, featured a number of stylish and oversized bags. Not surprisingly, this fashion label has been the target of a few jabs from the Instagram fashion police.
However, a recent slew of social media posts highlighting the latest and greatest from the French label has turned the spotlight back on the label. One such post in particular, was a particularly scathing and unkind review of the brand. One image in particular caught the eye of the fashion crowd. On the site, the designer incorrectly tagged a photo of Gigi Hadid in a floppy hat as his own, a glaring oversight that the company quickly rectified. Although the designer did not name names, he did mention his own designer hats and the name of his chief hatter, Denni Elias.
This isn't the first time the brand has had to grapple with the social media bullies. Back in 2010, Simon Porte had to defend his name from a naysayer. Despite the ire of the fashion community, he's managed to maintain a positive attitude. Whether or not his latest hat line is as hot as his earlier collections, he's certainly made his mark in the fashion world.