Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

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Easter Parade (Photograph: Syd London)
Photograph: Syd London
Easter Parade (Photograph: Syd London)
Photograph: Syd London

Sunday best gets new meaning during this annual procession, wherein participants show off elaborately constructed hats—we’re talking noggin-toppers shaped like the NYC skyline and the Coney Island Cyclone, not just a boring old fedora. The tradition started in the mid-1800s, when high-society ladies would promenade in their Easter finery after church, and has since evolved into a showcase for millinery. Fifth Ave from 49th to 57th Sts.


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So many different hats and different clothes.

I thought it was a great event. 

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