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The Last Originals collection by Goorin Bros.

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Beverly Corleon

1950s fashion has become a timeless style that men and women wear today. There have been many fashion staples that have come from that era. Like double breasted suits, Browline glasses, Levi Strauss jeans and stylish hats including fedoras and ivy hats. Goorin Bros. is a San Francisco hat company that makes incredibly stylish hats for men and women. Their most recent collection The Last Originals is inspired by the Rat Pack to the old film stars to the greaser car culture.

In San Francisco, there is a car club called The Last Originals and the Goorin Bros. found inspiration from their retro, greaser aesthetic and style. They were founded in 1994 and host events in the bay area with hundreds of cars.

Here are some highlights from The Last Originals

Crazy Eyes Joey – handmade in America of 100% wool felt, this lightweight snapbrim fedora is sueded for that ultra smooth and soft touch. $140.

Beverly Corleon – for the 1950’s movie starlet this asymmetrical, A-crown women’s fedora is also hand made here in the USA. $125.

Ken Dundee – this cool, low-profile ivy is all about the details with a subtle two-tone ticking pattern and pinstripe side panels. $38.

Hunter Jones – the must-have classic American pork pie fedora, ready to be topped with a feather of your choosing. $125.

Also, make sure you watch the Last Originals ‘flick’ on the website! Add a classic, timeless Goorin Bros. hat to your modern style.