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Hats are back, thanks to Lady Gaga, Duchess Kate and other celebs


Hats may once have seemed like a wardrobe staple of the past — an accessory reserved for the ladies of an era when no one left home without a proper head covering.

Hats have been a tenet of British style for decades, and here in the U.S. they are making a comeback. Modern millinery seems to have a definite place in L.A.'s urban jungle as style-savvy men and women, the royal set from across the pond (including the Duchess of Cambridge) and celebrities such as Lady Gaga are bringing a variety of headpieces back into pop culture.

In Sunday's Image section, find out more about the status of the hat, and meet a couple of L.A.'s creative milliners.


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Photo: Louise Green, of Louise Green Millinery, poses for a portrait in the factory of her millinery. Green makes romantic and beautiful vintage-inspired creations that have crowned stylish women, music and movie stars since 1987. Credit: Katie Falkenberg / For The Times

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