We are particularly fond of this section and take great pride in the following selection. Our family patriarch, Irving Belinsky, had a great selection of ivy caps and newsboy hats that he accumulated from his travels around the world. Because virtually any fabric can be cut-and-sewn into a variation of these two styles, what you find here is a distillation of the vast universe of ivy and newsboy caps in the world. Note: Newsboy hats were known as eight-quarter caps (aka 8/4 Cap) in the hat industry named because of the eight triangular panels or sections that meet in the center of the crown usually with a button or pom-pom at their vortex. Pay attention to the details in the descriptions e.g. lined or unlined, one snap or two snaps joining the crown to the bill.
NOTE: As stock is continuously changing, the hats pictured above are for illustrative purposes and may no longer be available for purchase. If you would like suggestions on a similar style, please call us at 1-888-847-4287.