July 31, 2012 12:00 AM
" London's most iconic statues got a stylish new look for the London 2012 Festival bedecked in statement-making caps and chapeaus commissioned by the British Fashion Council, Grazia Magazine and the Mayor of London.
According to WWD, the sartorial art event—dubbed "Hatwalk"—kicked off Monday in Trafalgar Square where both the bronze likeness of King George IV as well as the horse he's mounted on were sporting shiny new gold crowns finished with glinting pearls "
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