Fashionable celebrities liked the most unexpected headdress of the season instantly. We watch Naomi Campbell, Kaia Gerber and Rihanna experiment with panama hats in their everyday outfits.
Elsa Hosk, Rihanna, Kaia Gerber
In the new season, Panama hats, perhaps, have won the status of a controversial and ambiguous accessory. If earlier in our minds kebabs, a tent and a festive mood were automatically attached to them, then this season they are becoming perhaps the most stylish headdress. Moreover, they will stay with us in winter as an unusual accessory to complement an evening outfit.
The stars did not stay away from the unusual trend either: having played enough with bicycles, they quickly moved on to the more unworn trends of this year. The most active fan of panama hats among the star fashionistas was Kaia Gerber — it’s hard to count how many times she walked a practical headdress, and with rather unexpected additions: masculine jackets from someone else’s shoulder, flared jeans, leather leggings and, of course, ubiquitous sneakers.
Kendall Jenner walks around Los Angeles in a panama hat, hiding from annoying paparazzi, Bella Hadid (who is more often than not only glad to the attention of the public) chooses an ensemble with a transparent printed raincoat. Another star girl Emily Ratajkowski instantly joined the trend, which is much more difficult to meet in the outfit of an “idle fisherman” than in a swimsuit screaming about her sexuality — it is with him that she combines a panama hat, going to the beach.
Rihanna decided not to be petty and came to the carpet in Panama: the singer chose a total bow with a snake print for the presentation of her own brand Fenty Beauty. Moreover, the bright singer can well be called the main engine of panamas to the masses — she regularly appeared in such clothes not only during rapid runs in front of paparazzi in her free time, but also at fashion events of various levels: shows, brunches and presentations in 2014 and 2015.
Rihanna in 2018
Rihanna in 2015
Rihanna in 2014
Rihanna in 2014
Since Panama is just beginning its fashion expansion, having one in your wardrobe is a salvation during bad hair days and an extraordinary way to diversify the basic and concise cut (or even too boring and boring) things. In warm weather, combine with feminine cotton dresses or options made of flowing chiffon, as at the Rejina Pyo show. In the cold, panama will perfectly complement voluminous bombers, leather trench coats and even classic business suits.
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