Fedora

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Drawing of a fedora
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A fedora

A fedora is a hat. The name of the hat comes from a play called Victorien Sardou, Fédora.[1] Popular in the early 20th century, it has become a stereotype for gangsters or Private Investigators (PIs)[source?].

They mainly come in black, sometimes with a band of coloured fabric around the rim.

Some people, such as Jack Abramoff and Richard W. Lariviere, become known for wearing fedoras.

References[change | change source]

  1. Encarta Dictionary, Microsoft Encarta Premium Suite 2004.