Anthony Peto hats and caps from Paris include a Spring/Summer linen newsboy called The Irlandise. This full cut cap with a single snap brim boasts a subtle herringbone pattern and (besides being perfect for the season), is a Hartford York exclusive. We've brought back another 100% linen newsboy cap, also exclusive to Hartford York, from the workshops of Anthony Peto this year. Made from a
substantial, grainy fabric and lined in cotton, you can choose from lots of colors including Natural Herringbone, Blue Stripe and Gold Check. Customers who've bought this cap rave about it with reviews that read:
Throughout the year, you'll find selected Fall/Winter hats and caps from Peto like The Montparnesse, a really special newsboy cap in a full cut, baker's boy style. Handsome in herringbone and fully lined, the fabric is a blend of cashmere, wool and cotton. The cap features a single snap front for a perfect silhouette and it is, of course, exclusive to Hartford York. Another full cut woolen newsboy is The Bakers Boy 2014. Made in Paris by Peto exclusively for Hartford York, it too has a single snap front and is comfortably lined in cotton.
There's also a "Big Apple" newsboy cap from Peto called The Versailles. Crafted from 100% merino wool, it has a 12 inch diameter for that "Parisian artist" look. One five-star review says it's a great cap and a "well crafted newsboy." The satisfied customer then adds: "Give it a try, I think you'll find it to be your favorite newsboy cap."
It's not all newsboys with Peto. We've also got The Jellybone, a leather pork pie hat from the designer's Paris workshop. The two-inch brim makes it just stingy, and the fully lined hat is--like all Peto hats and caps--a Hartford York exclusive.
- Workmanship, liner materials, and fit are really fine.
- This is the best cap I have ever purchased, except for the other Peto cap I bought in Paris! The quality is immaculate and the styling is super!
- I am happy with my herringbone natural linen newsboy cap. I like the look and feel of the linen material. My favorite feature of the "Anthony Peto" newsboys is that they are reminiscent of the newsboy caps from the 1930's and 1940's which were wider and had more material flopping over the sides; unlike the newsboy caps of our present era which are too narrow in their design.