Will Bruno Mars rock a fedora and the Chili Peppers go without shirts?
In each picture, she poses in front of photographs of Anne Frank while wearing her most serious face and fedora.
In Gallagher's view, Sky isn't just a guy who looks smooth tilting his fedora, "he's a gambler who loves the long shot."
The men favored tailored coats and neat ties, perhaps even a fedora for added polish.
I just want you to realise, fedora, that you are your own mistress.
The Fijian—he who had escaped from the massacre of the fedora—was the guide.
He batted Johnny the Itch's fedora onto the side of his head.
Did you see that, fedora, tanned as a roof guard and with that hair!
Ramsay pushed his fedora to the back of his head and inspected Dan's new furniture.
I love you, fedora, and I will be faithful to you all my life.
1887, American English, from "Fédora," a popular play by Victorien Sardou (1831-1908) that opened 1882, in which the heroine, a Russian princess named Fédora Romanoff, originally was performed by Sarah Bernhardt. During the play, Bernhardt, a notorious cross-dresser, wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. Women's-rights activists adopted the fashion. The proper name is Russian fem. of Fedor, from Greek Theodoros, literally "gift of god," from theos "god" + doron "gift" (see date (n.1)).