We love 60s fashion. What a groovy and imaginative time. It has definitely inspired what you are about to see — the charming and brand new — Cee Cee Collection.
“When I think 60s fashion,” states Hattingdon creator and designer, Vivian Grant, “I think supermodel Jean Shrimpton. I remember her wearing a fabulous hat (as only she could) with a very tall, oval shaped dome, and a small, round brim. It was sublime. This is what inspired me to create the Cee Cee Hat Collection. Naturally it comes in a wide variety of delicious colors. Hope you love them.”
We hope the Cee Cee Collection has brightened your day. Love, Hattingdon.
Hattingdon had a fashion hat beginning with the letter “F” named Fleur, but not a single classic hat. Then Vivian discovered that the artwork for the fashion hat is . . . gone! Where to, who by, who knows.
Vivian saw this an opportunity to have some creative fun. She decided to reimagine the Fleur design — both as a classic hat and a fashion hat. They are colorful, fun and quite stylish. We trust you will agree. Look!
On to the fashion hat, which is equally scrumptious.
Instead of featuring the blossom as a pattern, Vivian used as an adornment. Here she is.
Greetings and welcome! This design is a huge Hattingdon fan favourite.
You have seen those novelty ball caps with antlers, right? Well, that is what inspired Vivian to create a tribute it. Named Rudy, and yes . . . we are talking about the famous reindeer here. Hattingdon loves it. Naturally.
Isn’t this cap a hoot? We hope it has given you a “hatful of smiles”. After all, that is what Hattingdon is for, with some dash and style thrown in.
We received emails recently asking why we have not been posting some of the earliest Hattingdon cartoons on Fridays like we used to.
We used to post them on what we called “Flashback Friday”. But there was very little traffic. We were hardly reaching anyone. Let’s see what happens today.
Do we ever have a flashback for you. This is one of the earliest Hattingdons Vivian created. She got the inspiration literally while taking a bath. The bubble bath she used at the time came in a big pink plastic bottle. And from that she created “Bubbles”.