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It's only been a little over a week since New York Fashion Week hit Manhattan (and Superstorm Nemo, for that matter), but with three more months left of winter and countless more blizzards, it's not a bad idea to take a look back to see how the showgoers this season kept their heads warm.
From fuzzy, vintage toppers to cozy fedoras and technicolor beanies, these are the hats that kept the Fashion Week set dry and warm. Hey — if it's good enough for the Fashion Week during a blizzard, it should work for an average day spent battling a wintry mix. Check 'em out, ahead.
Photographed by Mark Iantosca
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