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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Virtual Museum of Fezology


As Grandpa Barney said in the movie Peggy Sue Got Married, "It wouldn't be a lodge without hats."

Some may prefer the jaunty trilby, some the humble homburg, and others the noble fedora, but Brother Seth Andrews in Pennsylvania loves fezzes. He is obsessed with all things fez. He is the penultimate fraternal fez fanatic. Others may ridicule the tassel-festooned felt flower pot as a sartorial catastrophe, but not Seth.

In his capacity working for DeMolay in Pennsylvania, he has even designed a limited edition DeMolay fez as a fund raiser, spreading his fuzzy fez fetish to another generation.

Now he has turned his personal collection into an online virtual museum.

Drop in and visit the Virtual Museum of Fezology.

(Photo by Dan Chusid)

My friend Richard Johnson passes along this clip, showing the new Doctor Who is fond of the headgear, even when others are not.

1 comment:

  1. I tend to agree with Dr. Song's assessment and resolution. They ought to make great clay targets.

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