In this instance I would suggest it means 'alternative'.
A common expression in English:
Look, today she's wearing a different hat. In other words, a different one to the one she would normally wear.
If someone were to say for example:
Look at that hat, that's a bit different! It would mean 'unusual' or not common.
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Actually it shouldn't have for two reasons.
The Spanish word "hat" is masculine, so you need to use masculine adjectives with it (e.g. rojo, amarillo, pequeño) and not the feminine ones (e.g. roja, amarilla, pequeña).
The word "diferente" is actually gender neutral in Spanish. It doesn't decline for gender. It will always be "diferente" (e.g. un hombre diferente, una mujer diferente).
I hope this helps!