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    The hat was an identity mark in Europe

    • Author:Jason
    • Release on :2019-01-03

    If hats are a symbol of power and status in ancient China, then in Europe, where hats have always been popular, it is a sign of identity. In ancient Rome, hats were a sign of free and legal citizens, and slaves could only keep their heads on their heads to keep warm. In the Middle Ages, the Holy See issued a decree that required people to cover their hair, and began to appear in many simple and simple hat shapes. By the 17th century, hats had a more visible identity: citizens wear dark hats, yellow hats represent bankrupts, prisoners wear paper hats, kings wear gold crowns, and so on. At the same time, people began to have an unusually exaggerated worship of the height above their heads.

    In the 18th century, the emperors and relatives, in addition to the love of high hats, are also advocating braids and wigs. It is said that professional hair-distributing workers at that time will build ladders according to the needs of employers, and then compile them along the bamboo ladder. After the compilation, the appropriate hats and decorations are designed on the top. At that time, you could decorate things on the hats that were too wide to be wide, such as flowers, bird specimens, fruit baskets, and everything that seems to be in the world can be “stacked”. The loosely inflated, colorful and easy-to-shape feathers became the best choice for hat decoration of that era. Feathers of various textures are made into hats of various shapes, and the hair is a gorgeous feeling.

    How is such a heavy hat fixed on the hair? The cap needle came into being. As the name suggests, the cap is a long, straight needle that is used to secure the hat to the hair. It appeared in the mid-18th century until the early 19th century. Elegant men and women use this long Insert the pin on the brim to stabilize the huge hat.

    During the Second World War, the materials were poor, people were busy with war or coping with life. The women of this era were bound by the age in which they lived. Even the nobles chose to make simple haircuts, not to mention the pursuit of hats. Returning to simplicity, the hat-like hat is like a umbrella covering the war, and it is placed on the hair of the ladies.

    At the end of the 20th century, hat art was revived. The most famous hat leader during the period was Princess Diana of England. Although the status of the hat in the British royal family has never wavered, but the feeling of light and youthful wearing the hat of Princess Diana subverts the old-fashioned image of the royal family and becomes a fashion model in the hearts of the civilian girls. In addition to the young Diana, Queen Elizabeth, as the "boy queen" of the older generation, also left a deep impression on the world. Queen Elizabeth has worn about 5,000 hats since she was enthroned, and each suit must have a matching hat.