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A Major Hat Collection on Display; Rodarte at the Library

Berets designers, from left: Jonathan Adler, DVF, and Yoko Ono
Berets designers, from left: Jonathan Adler, DVF, and Yoko Ono

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UPPER WEST SIDE—Tomorrow, the Bard Graduate Center debuts Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, an exhibit of headgear collected by the famous milliner. Toppers on display include designs by Philip Treacy, Chanel, and Yohji Yamamoto, as well as hats worn by luminaries ranging from Madonna to Babe Ruth. Sponsor Kangol also threw in a charity element, recruiting famous fashion types to decorate berets that were auctioned off last night to raise money for the Center's scholarship fund. Update: Turns out Bard recruited the designers; Kangol just donated the hats. [Racked Inbox]

BRYANT PARK—The Mulleavy sisters will appear at the New York Public Library tomorrow afternoon to talk about their first book, Rodarte, Catherine Opie, Alec Soth (Opie and Soth being photographers who've worked with the brand.) The discussion begins at 3pm, with doors at 2:30. [Racked Inbox]

Bard Graduate Center

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