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Inspired by Anita Pallenberg, this piece is very on-trend for autumn/winter 2017. Named after Bob Dylan's arguably greatest album he ever wrote, Blonde on Blonde is crafted from 'Werther's Original' coloured sheepskin and finished with a peppermint silk bow at the reverse. The hat is designed to be worn perched on top of the head.
Made from two swaths of contrasting silk brocade, this highly-wearable headband is perfect for day to evening dressing. The name comes from a time when it was deemed inappropriate to leave home without a hat on your head!
The ultimate summer hat, this stylish boater from our Ready-To-Wear collection is inspired by those worn by Edwardian schoolchildren out punting on the River Cam on a hot summer’s day. In mottled straw with a classic black Petersham ribbon and chichi back tie, wear it all summer long.
Lock Couture Spring Summer 2018 draws on the restrained elegance of Edwardian summer hats worn during the Season, and this ladylike style pays homage to one of its most celebrated events: the Chelsea Flower Show. Made from lightweight cream parabuntal straw, it’s short on the crown with a Breton-style brim filled with downy hand-rolled organdie blooms and leaves.
The inspiration behind Lock Couture’s collection this season is an Edwardian summer – long, hot days spent idly outdoors reading, strolling, relaxing. Fashioned from mottled black straw with a hand-made black silk gazar flower and Petersham trim, this sleek hat is made for leisurely al fresco lunches with friends.
Fashioned from layers upon layers of plush champagne Italian silk organza, this charming hat recalls the ruffled collars of Edwardian fashion – the elegant dress codes of the period for the British summer social season are a key influence on Lock Couture Spring Summer 2018. Finished with a dainty black grosgrain ribbon, take it to afternoon tea at Claridge’s.
Crafted from natural parabuntal straw with a demure brim adorned with white organdie petals, The Wedding nods to the decorousness of summer nuptials. Taking its cues from the refined elegance of Edwardian hats, it’s finished with a chic black grosgrain bow. Feminine and gossamer-light, it’s perfect for a warm summer’s day.