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Santana by Carlos Santana

Inspired by one of the world’s best-known musical signatures, the Carlos and Santana Hat Collections reflect the passion and soul of Carlos Santana’s artistry.

Each hat in the Santana Collection is intricately crafted and designed using the most unique trims and details. These trims represent Carlos Santana’s lifestyle and beliefs of passion and harmony. Similarly, the Carlos Collection brings about the same uniqueness through shapes and vibrant colors, offering a hip and fashionable feel.

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Supernatural, SAN351-MULTI
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Wellness, SAN196-BLK
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Kathmandu, SAN185-NAVY
Luminosity, SAN706-BLK
Essence, SAN361-ASST
Underside of a Carlos Santana hat with artwork of a woman playing the guitar resting on flowers
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History

Carlos Santana is a musician who first became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered a fusion of rock and Latin American jazz. The band's sound featured his melodic, blues-based guitar lines set against Latin and African rhythms featuring percussion instruments such as timbales and congas not generally heard in rock music. Santana continued to work in these forms over the following decades. He experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s. In 2003 Rolling Stone magazine listed Santana at number 20 on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. He has won 10 Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.

Santana has played instruments since he was a boy in Mexico. He listened to artists like Richie Valens, and he took home lessons from his father, a mariachi guitarist. It is no wonder, then, that the vision for his line of hats includes influences from past generations — odes to vintage millinery and fashion. His wool felt teardrop fedora is painstakingly built, just as each chord in his songs are intertwined around one another. Details like ribbons and southwestern designs complement each and every hat style he produces.

Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana performing on a guitar with his band

The attention Santana gives to every one of his notes, every one of his progressions, is evident in the way he designs his pieces. Every decision reflects perfection, from the natural fibers and well-chosen leather. Each hat style is durable, yet stylish; and every dress hat, every casual style is appealing. Like the man himself, Santana’s hats endow the wearer with an invigorated sense of individuality — his hats are bright; they are full of possibility.

Truly, Santana has managed to effortlessly bring his unique musical interpretations to the world of hat-making. The embellishments, the accentuations, the slight additions to the pieces he designs are not wildly over-the-top. They are vibrant without being loud, confident without overstepping any boundaries. Santana understands the trends of the fashion world, and his creations bring together influences from across geographic boundaries, much like his music has for years.

Santana was influenced by a mix of bygone musical stars and their varying styles. He tapped into what made each of them unique and found a way to derive his own, special sound from those polished, gifted individuals. Gift yourself a Santana hat and relish in the joy it brings.

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Woman wearing a light brown hat with a bird embroidered on the side

The Milagro Foundation

We are a proud sponsor of the Milagro Foundation. From your purchase, a portion of the proceeds will be donated on your behalf to the foundation.

The Milagro Foundation is a publicly supported foundation established by Carlos Santana and his family in 1998. Milagro makes grants around the world to community based organizations that work with underserved and vulnerable children in the areas of education, health and the arts.

Since its inception, Carlos Santana’s Milagro Foundation has granted over $7.5 million to agencies that support children. To found out more visit milagrofoundation.org

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Woolrich

For 180 years, Woolrich's remains commitmented to quality, value, and products that fit the outdoor lifestyle. Superior quality water repellent fedoras, Outbacks, caps, trappers, scarves and gloves. Woolrich: The Original Outdoor Clothing Company.

Today an extensive line of Women’s and Men’s apparel is available including outerwear, and sportswear, along with licensed products of hosiery, and footwear that complement our selection of headwear.

Woolrich is sold worldwide, with a strong following in Europe and Japan in addition to the United States.

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Sherpa Lined, W1619
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Acrylic Knit Beanie with Pom, W16714-ASST
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Wool Blend Buffalo Check, W1402
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The British Millerain® Co., W8416-BRN
Woolrich cap with red and black plaid stitched inside
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History

Woolrich was established in 1830 in Woolrich, Pennsylvania making woolen coats for the northern Pennsylvania logging industry. Their original factory is one of the oldest woolen weaving vertical operations in the United States making woolen fabrics today. Known for their red/black Buffalo Check and the #503 red/black Heritage plaid wool nylon fabric. Originally offered in 1885 as a hunting coat and pant known as the Pennsylvania Tuxedo.

Their tradition of custom-designed woolens dates back to their founder, John Rich. In 1830 he constructed his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. From his mule cart, he sold his quality fabrics to loggers, miners, rivermen and trappers. By 1845, he expanded the mill and moved to what is now Woolrich, Pennsylvania.

Over the years, eight generations of his family have lived and worked amidst the same rural landscape of north-central Pennsylvania, not two miles from where John Rich erected his first woolen mill. It is in these roots that we find a deep commitment to producing premium American fabrics that are as functional today as they were in the mid-nineteenth century. Bales of raw wool still come in one end of the mill and, after a good deal of work, exit as superior fabric.

Woolrich is proud to be the longest continuously running woolen mill in the USA.

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Culture

As the 20th Century began, Woolrich played a big role in the emerging leisure industry. Because people now had time to enjoy the outdoors, Woolrich began producing a line of wool shirts, pants, jackets and caps. In the early 1900s, even working class people were able to enjoy leisure time and vacation, spending more time in the outdoors.

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Stetson

Stetson is an American iconic brand. Associated with the Cowboy and the west, it was also the dress hat of the East and Midwest fashon/style of a well dressed man. Although mostly viewed as a western cowboy hat, Stetson is a hat company throughout it’s history manufacturing and offering men’s dress and and western hats.

Today everything that carries the Stetson brand, from contemporary streetwear to rugged action wear, stays true to these American values; make things right and the best they can be.

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A black and tan Stetson hat against a blue background
Man wearing a dark cap and gray sweater looking to the right
A Stetson cap from below with red lining and black interior
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A brown Stetson hat with strings sitting on a wooden block
A tan Stetson hat with brown band resting on a bridge
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History

There is no American hat maker more iconic that John Stetson. Legend has it, Stetson is responsible for what we recognize today as the cowboy hat. However, the Stetson brand is synonymous with all kinds of hat styles, from baseball caps to Ivy caps to 8/4 caps (otherwise known as newsboy hats or cabbie hats or flat caps).

John B. Stetson’s original hat designs were meant for adventurers, for frontiersmen. Each and every Stetson hat style was crafted to complement contemporary streetwear, no matter the era. First established in Philadelphia, the John B. Stetson company originally produced men’s wide-brim hats. However, just as the factory migrated to its current locations in Joseph, Missouri and Galveston, Texas; the brand’s styles migrated and evolved to more than just a cowboy hat. Today, the brand offers more than 100 different varieties for both men and women.

More so than any other brand, Stetson has engratiated itself into American pop culture. Its wide brimmed icons of the ruggedly handsome protagonist have been feature by names like John Wayne, Gene Autry and even more recent names like Garth Brooks. Of course, Annie Oakley was rumoured to have worn a Stetson, proving that the popular style of early Stetson models suited anyone. At its apex, Stetson was the largest hat company in the world, acknowledgement that it had become the most well-known milliner ever.

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Stetson’s popularity first rose with the advent of its “Boss of the Plains” hats — the rounded, wide-brimmed hats that are so prevalent among western movies. In the early 20th century, many, especially celebrities, were drawn to the “10 Gallon” model, the almost comically tall versions of his iconic hat we often see in dated cartoons. Eventually, the Stetson brand diversified and began to create hat styles for women and for less rugged professions. The name has been a featured part of military and police wardrobes in numerous countries, including its current service with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Culture

Of all the noble American sartorial names, Stetson may remain the most renowned. Though the brand started along the urban eastern seaboard, it quickly expanded to become the symbol of the wild west. Since then, the brand has shown its ability to adapt and move with the times, creating different hat styles and even perfecting the flat cap newsboy hat look of the 20s that many young fashion-forward members of today’s society try to emulate. Clearly, Stetson will remain a popular name for anyone interested in embarking upon a new fashion adventure for years to come.

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Tommy Bahama

Inspired by the experience of traveling to exotic locales where the food is good, the beaches are hot and the mood is relaxed. Designed for the endless summer. Make life one long weekend

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Panama, TBW1140S-NAT

Panama, TBW1140S-NAT

TBW1160S-TEA

Raffia, TBW1160S-TEA

Raffia, TBW1160S-TEA

TBW160-NAT

Cloth, TBW160-NAT

Cloth, TBW160-NAT

TBWL25-WHT

Straw, TBWL25-WHT

Straw, TBWL25-WHT

TBC4

Cap Red, TBC4

Cap Red, TBC4

TBWL61-BLUE

Straw, TBWL61-BLUE

Straw, TBWL61-BLUE

TBC8

Cap Blue, TBC8

Cap Blue, TBC8

TBW2270S-TEA

Dress, TBW2270S-TEA

Dress, TBW2270S-TEA

TBW1410S-NAT

Straw, TBW1410S-NAT

Straw, TBW1410S-NAT

TBW1360S

Straw, TBW1360S

Straw, TBW1360S

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History

In the 1980s, Tony Margolis, Bob Emfield and their wives mused about never leaving the beach. This led to the invention of a character named Tommy Bahama. By asking "What would Tommy wear?" and imagining the details of his life, they unwittingly created the springboard for a new brand and the Tommy Bahama Group, Inc.

In 1991, Tony and Bob discussed their concept with Lucio Dalla Gasperina. From the outset, the three envisioned the kind of upscale casual apparel Tommy would wear: printed silk shirts and tailored pants for refined island living. They soon launched a collection of menswear that transported people to an island state of mind and celebrated the best part of the week - the weekend.

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Woman wearing a big floppy tan hat with white and green dress on the beach smiling

Tommy Bahama has since become a total "island lifestyle" experience that includes men's and women's clothing and accessories, food, cocktails, home furnishings, beach gear and more. From days at the water's edge to elegant evenings out on the town, our guests are treated to subtle textures and refined finishes that are all carefully considered and meticulously crafted.

Since 2003, the Tommy Bahama Group has been wholly owned by Oxford Industries, Inc., an international apparel design, sourcing and marketing company. Oxford's acquisition of Tommy Bahama gave the brand more exposure and the secure financial backing to grow. They share our values and respect our desire to maintain our unique culture.

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Woman wearing a big floppy tan hat with big sunglasses and a pink dress on the beach

Culture

Tommy Bahama is the upscale lifestyle brand that captures the essence of luxurious, island living. The entire collection is inspired by the experience of traveling to exotic locales where the food is good, the beaches are hot and the mood is relaxed. The styling is translated across casual, comfortable sportswear, golf wear, shoes, accessories and headwear... all designed for endless summer.

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Stacy Adams

Stacy Adams and men that know style have been a perfect fit for over 100 years. Generation after generation a Stacy Adams hat provides that extra touch of class to any dress wardrobe.

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Blue Stacy Adams hat with multi-colored feathers
A black Stacy Adams hat with a dark multi-colored band
A man tipping a black hat with red band in a grey suit
A navy blue Stacy Adams hat with black and brown feathers in the band
A man in a red and blue suit taking his red hat off
Brown Stacy Adams hat with a black band and feather
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A white Stacy Adams hat with two feathers inside the band
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History

Founded in 1875 in Brockton, Massachusetts, Stacy Adams has made quality American menswear for over 100 years. Originally a shoe company, Stacy Adams has since branched into making hats. Today, Stacy Adams offers hat styles from bowler hats to fedora hats, Homburg hats and pork pie hats.

A noticeable zoot suit accompaniment through the Roaring 20s, Stacy Adams continues to adorn the most sensible of fashion-forward gentlemen today. Even before Stacy Adams began its foray into hats, the company has been a strong part of American fashion culture and American culture. The company has witnessed the turn of two centuries and the cultural upheavals and awakenings that have accompanied those transitions. Their quality has transcended clothing into the men’s hats they make, and it would not be unwise to begin and finish any wardrobe choice with Stacy Adams before stepping into the street for an evening out.

The Signature Collection of headwear offers even the most discerning consumer pieces that are more than simple accessories. Stacy Adams hats, with their fine materials and exquisite craftsmanship, can be the focal point of an outfit and the center of the wearer’s fashion sense. A favorite since their early days as shoemakers, Stacy Adams continues to offer consumers the world over a mark of quality and finesse.

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Smiling man wearing tan hat and a red suit

Stacy Adams Gives Back

Stacy Adams supports programs that help individuals reach their full potential. We’ve partnered with three incredible national non-profit organizations, who through hard work and dedication have transformed the lives of many disadvantaged, under-served members of our community.

Culture

Whether a dress hat or a casual cap, a hat must be made to withstand both the test of time and of the elements. Stacy Adams’ makers blend together the most modern fashion sensibilities and durability needed to make each and every hat purchase, no matter the hat style, one to last. If one thing has remained true, it is that those who have purchased Stacy Adams hats wear their headwear for many occasions over many years. They pride themselves on offering variety, quality, and elegance in an unmatched package that today’s experts always have at the tips of their tongues.

Those who don a Stacy Adams hat also instantly become a part of history. The world-famous hatmakers pieces have been featured in pieces of pop culture from Tom Waits to Snoop Dogg. They are truly the epitome of versatility.

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