Hats for Every Face Shape at Worth & Worth

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Whether you're an oval/strong chin (Agyness), a cheekbones (Christie), an oblong (Alessandra), or a round (Mila) we've called in the cavalry to help you choose the very best topper for your unique face shape. Meet the debonair milliners at New York-based hat designers Worth & Worth, headed by artist and head hatmaker Orlando Palacios, who has collaborated with Thom Browne, Diane von Furstenberg, Philip Lim, and Oscar de la Renta. His hats have graced the lids of Keith Richards, Elvis Costello, and Beyoncé, so we take his advice to heart, and head. Here we go:

If you have an oval-shaped face with a strong chin (like Agyness Deyn), the experts suggest the Primavera, a medium-sized brim fedora.

For rectangular or round faces (like Mila Kunis), try the Colette, a hat with a big brim and open crown.

If you have a heart-shaped face with high cheek bones (like Christie Brinkley), try the Firenze hat, which features a medium brim.

If your face has an oblong or oval shape (like Alessandra Ambrosio), the experts recommend the Christina, a fedora with a downturned brim.

Finally, every face looks great in the Donegal Tweed AppleJack Newsboy Cap, its boyish spirit is perfect for work or play.

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