Red Hat Society inspired costume jewelry
Founded in 1998 by Fullerton California based artist Sue Ellen Cooper “The Red Hat Society” (RHS) gave birth to a new holiday. On April 25th, Red Hat Day is celebrated all over the world. Actually, it is a “labor union” originally for free-spirited women over 50, and now of all ages. Indeed, age doesn’t matter, girls of any age prefer jewelry and hats of red and pink colors. Ladies gather for tea parties, travel, have picnics, take walks, fool around and enjoy it. Because a free woman can afford everything. In addition, under the auspices of the Society, ladies sell hats, embroideries, and handcrafted accessories and jewelry. The main design of RHS jewelry includes the symbol and official emblem of the Society – lovely Ruby Red Hat.
Noteworthy, the Society with worldwide membership has become the great inspiration for artists and jewelry designers. Among the jewelry companies who created Red Hat inspired brooches, earrings, pendants, bracelets and charms are dozens of well-known brands. In particular, Trifari, Avon, Monet, Tanya Creations, AJMC, JJI, and more.