Wanting to disguise her shaven head after getting a bad haircut, Eugenia Kim put on a guinea-feathered cloche that she had made during her years at Parsons School of Design. The hat got instant notice from boutiques in Soho and Kim was asked to show more of her work. Fast forward a few years later and Eugenia Kim has made hats a staple in the wardrobes of stylish men and women. Known for her woven styles trimmed with vintage ribbons and feathers, Kim has made a truly creative contribution to the millinery industry.