The story of Maison Michel begins in 1936 when Auguste Michel opened his millinery in Paris. In 1997, Chanel acquired the company and made it part of its stable of Métiers d'Art in 2006. Today, the historic milliner is helmed by creative director Priscilla Royer who has reinvented headwear by breaking the social codes of hat history. From Al Capone-inspired fedoras, baker boy caps, buckets hats and trilbys, the Browns edit tops off your outfit like a cherry on top of a tart. Only tastier.