Conservative to playful: The many hats from NYFW runways

UPDATED ON SEP 09, 2014 07:47 PM IST 4 Photos
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A model walks the ramp for during the Donna Karan Spring/Summer 2015 collection show during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York. Karan's designs conveyed her well-known ethos of urban chic, infused with a healthy dose of whimsy. (Reuters)

A model walks the ramp for during the Donna Karan Spring/Summer 2015 collection show during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York. Karan's designs conveyed her well-known ethos of urban chic, infused with a healthy dose of whimsy. (Reuters)

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A model presents a creation during the Donna Karan show, where bold colors, lively prints, and the truly unusual - OK, downright bizarre, but fun - hats ruled the ramp. (Reuters)

A model presents a creation during the Donna Karan show, where bold colors, lively prints, and the truly unusual - OK, downright bizarre, but fun - hats ruled the ramp. (Reuters)

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Perfect for a tropical vacation - or a searing day in Manhattan - the hats at the Donna Karan show during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York were huge. A few looked like their owners might be starting a career in beekeeping. Others seemed to belong to the human companion of Curious George. (Reuters)

Perfect for a tropical vacation - or a searing day in Manhattan - the hats at the Donna Karan show during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York were huge. A few looked like their owners might be starting a career in beekeeping. Others seemed to belong to the human companion of Curious George. (Reuters)

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A model presents a creation during the Donna Karan show, where much of the whimsy came in the bold colors, the lively prints, and the truly unusual - OK, downright bizarre, but fun - hats by milliner Stephen Jones. (Reuters)

A model presents a creation during the Donna Karan show, where much of the whimsy came in the bold colors, the lively prints, and the truly unusual - OK, downright bizarre, but fun - hats by milliner Stephen Jones. (Reuters)

UPDATED ON SEP 09, 2014 07:47 PM IST

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