Hat Tricks

PHILIP TREACY

HEADY STUFF: Treacy's new line is inspired by Andy Warhol's imagery

When you make hats that look like Calder sculptures — skewed satellite dishes and demented spirals — you're clearly not aiming for the mass market. But over the past 10 years, Irish designer Philip Treacy has managed to build a business producing designs that adorn only a few heads — but turn others. Now he's embarking on the most commercial collection of his career, teaming up with the Andy Warhol Foundation to do a line of hats and bags that carry the artist's iconic images. "Warhol is a universal language," Treacy says. "We've gone for the most obvious choices first." Picture...

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