The British love themselves an extravagant, cuckoo crazy hat. (And, really, who doesn't?) Below, some of our favorite over-the-top hats from London Fashion Week.

Giles.pngGiles's huge metallic pink hats were half Dr. Seuss (a look we're definitely on board with), half hairy beach umbrella. We want one in every color!

Gileslondonfw.JPGAlso at Giles: Scrap-metal-film-strip chic.

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PPQ's posh black sunhats were just boxy enough to make them a little Mad Hatter-esque and would be great at keeping large flies away from your face.

An uber-floppy look at Roksanda Ilincic. (We knew we should have included Riff Raff from Heathcliff in our Chicest Cartoon Cartoon Characters blogs!)

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The hats at Fashion Fringe looked like little wooden mountains for your head.

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House of Holland attacked his beanies with a gigantic bedazzler.

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Meadham Kirchhoff's decadent collection would have been perfect for Marie Antoinette, and the hats are no exception. You almost have to tilt it completely in front of your face so that everyone can see it properly.

Letter-carrier at Louise Gray.

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Temperley London's black dome hats looked like props from the 1973 psychedelic movie The Holy Mountain.

viviennewestwoodredlable.JPGMr. Mickey described this Vivienne Westwood Red Label hat as "dingleberry matador." And we really can't argue with that.

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Of course, every single headpiece from the Michael Jackson-inspired Philip Treacy show was awesome, but the Neverland Ranch hat featuring a moving Ferris wheel was especially cool.
Photo: Guardian