Traditional trilby hats rose to fame on London’s West End at the turn of the 20th century in a play that gave the hat its curious name. After peaking in popularity during the 1920s, the style — a severely dented crown that slopes to a pinch at the front — fizzled out by the mid-’60s. But the last few years have seen the resurgence of the trilby as a popular style accessory. What to look for this winter? The felted wool variety, of course.

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