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Kim Jong Un's taste in fur hats a sartorial signal he's heir to throne

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In most parts of the world, princes wear crowns to denote their status as heir to the throne. And it is the presumed successor to the ailing Kim Jong Il who is wearing it. By such minuscule details do observers read the political tea leaves in Pyongyang, where Kim's designated successor, his portly youngest son Kim Jong Un, has suddenly begun stepping out in the same luxurious headgear as his father. According to North Korean defectors, until this month only the Dear Leader was entitled to wear a particular brand of handcrafted otter-fur hat, with earflaps, while his minions had to satisfy themselves with cheaper mass-produced versions. "It's an unwritten rule that nobody else can wear such a hat," the defector told South Korea's Chosun Ilbo newspaper, after photographs emerged of Kim's 28-year-old son wearing his father's trademark hat on a trip to a Pyongyang art gallery.

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By Peter Foster, Daily Telegraph

 

 

February 3, 2011 

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