Frank Strauss

Owner of Fedora Primo

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Owner of Fedora Primo, a hat shop based in Santa Monica, California

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It used to be that nobody went bareheaded; now most people do. But hats are making a comeback. And one reason for that might be Philip Treacy.

Hats Are Turning Heads Again

It used to be that nobody went bareheaded; now most people do. But hats are making a comeback. And one reason for that might be Philip Treacy.

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