Stetson Stories

150 Years of Genuine American Heritage

Meet The Maker: Odin Leather Goods

Photographer Steven Visneau visits Odin Leather Goods in Texas. The first time I met Odin was at a craft fair where my wife and I ran a booth. We would take turns running the booth while the other would go search for other vendors that we liked. Usually, we would spend more than we made

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Stetson x Seager Co Lookbook

The SEAGER X STETSON Collaboration has arrived. Shop the Bull Session 4x Hat and the Lasso Crushable Outdoor hat at Imagery shot with Seager Co alongside Ryan Valasek for the Fall 2018 launch in Montana Talent: Tanner Johnson The Seager x Stetson ‘Lasso’ Outdoor Crushable is constructed of crushable wool felt and features a

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An Interview with Photographer Rambo

Rambo’s images in fashion, music, and portraits have been featured by GQ,,,, Sweets, Garance Doré and many more. She most recently captured, “A Day with Chris Brown of Refueled Magazine” for #StetsonStories. This week, photographer Heath Herring turns the camera around on Rambo for this intimate interview. Stetson: How did you develop an

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Behind the scenes with Charley Crockett

Watch the behind the scenes video with Charley. We had the pleasure of spending the day with Charley Crockett ahead of his show in Philadelphia. Read on for the full interview with photography by Jesse Michalski. When and why did you start playing music and singing? I started playing music as a way to relieve

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An Interview with photographer Josh Wool

We spoke with New York City-based photographer, Josh Wool. His work spans advertising, editorial, music, and entertainment. This portrait of Josh in his Open Road was captured by Monique Wool.  How did you develop an interest in photography? My interest in photography started at an early age. My parents bought an old house when I was

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Interview with Meyer the Hatter: New Orleans

Watch the full video above! Meyer The Hatter  is the South’s Largest Hat Store. It was established in 1894 by Sam H. Meyer in the first block of St. Charles Avenue, in Downtown New Orleans. Originally called  Meyer’s Hat Box, the small shop prospered over the years by selling Stetson hats and men’s ties.    Expect to find

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