Roy Halston was selling custom hats to New York society doyennes, before he began designing clothes for them. In this photograph, Halston the milliner fits a fur hat on a mannequin at the Bergdorf Goodman hat salon on September 16, 1964. The hat is reminiscent of the iconic "pill box" hat he designed for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy for the Presidential inauguration in 1961. Halston’s brand for simple chic established him as one of America’s most influential fashion designers of the 20th century.
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Photographed by Harry Morrison