Ask and Tell: Janelle Monae Wearing Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

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Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

The Item: Hidden Figures actress Janelle Monae Wearing Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat. Miss Monae strutted her sassy stuff in her designer hat while attending the 29 Rooms opening night of Refinery 29: ‘Turn it into Art’ event held at ROW DTLA in Los Angeles, California.

You Asked: Omg this SO reminded me of that head piece post you guys did a few weeks ago! Janelle Monae is so crazy but I love her. Only she could wear that hat and make it look normal lol I’ve never seen it before in my life. Is this a design that’s new or old? For some reason this give me Grace Jones vibes.





Ask and Tell: Janelle Monae Wearing Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

The Verdict: Great message and awesome fashion references! At first glance we too thought this would be a hat that the one and only Grace Jones would look absolutely divine in! Nevertheless, Monae’s hat is not vintage, but is a modern design full of whimsy and delish fantasy.

Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

For the Refinery 29 event Janelle adorned herself in a Dead Lotus Couture hat from the brand’s Spring 2018 collection. The hat is known as the Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat which retails for 470 British Pounds or $633. Monae completed her outfit with an ensemble from the Kamin Spring 2018 RTW (ready to wear) collection, Via Spiga boots and clutch by Charlotte Olympia.

Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

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Dead Lotus Couture Onna Hat

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