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Colourful Crochet Hats Are Not Going Anywhere This Winter

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Colourful crochet hats were the trendiest accessories on the block this summer, thanks to Rihanna and Dua Lipa championing the homespun headwear. Even now, despite the cooler climes, the It-girls are still living in their rainbow hats. 

Hailey Bieber packed a red and white swirling checkerboard style by Emily Levine for a recent holiday (she also owns Levine’s “cafe latte” and “sunny side” colourways), while Bella Hadid showed off a striped bumble bee hat by Cro-Che when climbing trees with her brother Anwar, who also sported a jolly crochet hat, at the weekend.

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Cheery knitwear on the whole is trending. Miu Miu’s crochet cardigans and miniskirts are a favourite among influencers, as are woven pieces by Shrimps. The Elder Statesman’s offbeat tie-dye goods also stand out from the crowd.

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Emma Brewin has been the prime A-list supplier of fuzzy hats – her cosy creations have become staples for Rihanna, Dua, Bella and Emily Ratajkowski, who wore no less than three different styles on her recent book tour.

Be it fuzzy or finely-woven, choose your sunny winter hat, here. 

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