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- Goorin Bros. (130 Newbury Street) is known for a breadth of silhouettes and occasions, dutifully producing Derby-specific styles like the Margeaux Goodflight pictured here (
- Over in SoWa, Irish milliner Marie Galvin churns out bespoke and one-of-a-kind headpieces at her shop Galvin-ized Headwear (450 Harrison Avenue). The local designer has the market cornered when
- Finally, headwear enthusiasts trek out to Jamaica Plain for good reason when seeking distinctive millinery—and that would be Salmagundi (765 Centre Street). With a husband and wife team behind the co
Boston's bars may be a far cry from the Kentucky Derby grandstand, but don't think that will keep folks from celebrating over mint juleps and under big hats this Saturday. Have plans to watch the races? If not, Eater Boston has the scoop on where to hang. If you want to sport festive headwear but are still looking for the perfect topper, try these three Boston shops.