Anna Karina

'60s French Muse Anna Karina Wears Many Hats

An accomplished actress, singer, writer, director, and model, Anna Karina also knew how to wear a hat.

Anna Karina was the leading lady of the 1960s French New Wave Film movement. Jean-Luc Godard's muse, she sang with Serge Gainsbourg, starred in numerous films, wrote books, and had her directorial debut at Cannes in 1973. She was discovered as a model while living homeless on the streets of Paris, and became a favorite of Coco Chanel. A fashion maven of striped shirts, sailor dresses, and schoolgirl socks, she was also a connoisseur of the stylish casual hat. Here are a few of her best moments en chapeaux.

Army Cap REPORTERS ASSOCIES/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Army Cap On set for "Pierrot Le Fou," 1965. Wide Brim GAROFALO Jack/Paris Match via Getty Images Wide Brim A black boater in Paris, 1964. Floppy Pierre Boulat/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Floppy A light wool hat on the set of "The Magus," 1967. Peekaboo Ghislain DUSSART/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Peekaboo Mesh wide-brimmed hat, heavy eyeliner, and a piercing look in 1967. Neat Bangs Walter Carone/Paris Match via Getty Images Neat Bangs A Betmar classic roll-up hat, 1962. Tweedy INA/INA via Getty Images Tweedy Another newsboy cap on the set of "Neither Fig Nor Grape," 1965. Fun and Flirty LE TELLIER Philippe/Paris Match via Getty Images Fun and Flirty A classic Bixton field hat, 1967. Two Hats in One Ghislain DUSSART/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Two Hats in One A lavender bowler fedora with frayed edges, 1967. Back to the Classics Ghislain DUSSART/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Back to the Classics Wearing another Betmar classic roll-up, 1965. Bells and Whistles Ghislain DUSSART/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Bells and Whistles A hightop, wide-bow boater with black birdcage veil, 1967. Forever Stylish Patrick Fouque/Paris Match/Contour by Getty Images Forever Stylish A chic leather bucket hat in Paris, 2013.