Hot hats for cool weather

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Hot hats for cool weather

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By CHRISTAL YOUNG

The old saying really is true: accessories can make or break an outfit. So for fall if you're looking for the perfect finishing touch look no further than a great hat.

From the big screen to the catwalk, a hat is the one accessory that says a lot about you.

Hat designer Eugenia Kim has been making cutting edge styles for more than a decade. One day after getting a bad haircut she disguised it with a hat she learned how to make at Parsons School of Design.

JJ Hat Center in Midtown has it all, from Broadway-worthy top hats to classic Stetsons. Its women's collection is small but it rocks. Co-owner Marc Williamson was our guide.

www.eugeniakim.com

www.jjhatcenter.com

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