You’ll be made in the shade with this season’s stylish toppers.
Canadian Hat — You’ll be ready for afternoon tea or a day at the races in this chic cloche from Montreal’s Harricana, an atelier and boutique where designer Mariouche Gagné and her team create everything from berets and toques to fedoras and fascinators, under the Harricana label as well as the 102–year–old Canadian Hat brand. Canadian Hat Dhalia Cloche in Baku, $109
Make a statement in one of Montreal milliner Samantha–Tara Mainville’s fabulous toppers, like this straw style with a tall, rounded crown and lovely ribbon fastener. Made with high–quality materials like natural straw and linen, Heirloom’s creative silhouettes are fashioned by hand and often made to order – but you can also shop a selection of styles in the brand’s new bricks–and–mortar boutique in Montreal’s Park–Ex neighbourhood. Heirloom Holy Mountain Straw Hat, $315
Throw this lightweight, water–resistant hat in your bag for any type of trip, be it a mountain escape or city break. The adjustable drawstring makes for a snug fit, and the eye–catching colour keeps you visible to your travel companions, from the trail to post–hike pints on a packed patio. Clyde Trail Hat in Fluorescent Orange, $175, Ease
If you haven’t jumped on the bucket hat trend yet, try it out with this 100–percent cotton version from French brand Jacquemus, complete with a smart rear drawstring detail. Another reason to get on board? The bucket hat’s soft, unstructured design makes the style perfectly packable. Jacquemus 'Le Bob Gadjo' Hat, $140, SSENSE