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White tall chef hats traditionally have 100 pleats to represent hundreds of ways an egg can be prepared. They were invented by cuisine inventors Marie-Antoine Carème and Auguste Escoffier as a method of establishing hierarchy in the kitchen.
The colors of hard hats have specific meanings. White hard hats are worn by engineers or supervisors, blue by technical advisers, green by safety inspectors, yellow by laborers, and orange or pink hard hats are used by a visitor or a new worker.
Sixteenth president of the United States Abraham Lincoln was exceedingly tall at 6 foot 4 inches, and the addition of his famous top hat accentuated his height even further. Lincoln used to keep papers and speeches tucked inside his hat and he would fish them out when needed, making his hat not just a natty bit of headgear but also a useful repository.