Herman Headwear

Herman Headwear - Flat Cap - Waxy

€75,00

Protect your head against all weather conditions with the Waxy flat cap, made from a waterproof fabric. Finished under the visor with a patterned fabric for a unique look. Thanks to the waterproof fabric, this flat cap is very durable and suitable for all occasions.

Herman Headwear has been a Belgian and international reference in hats and accessories since 1874. The love for hats has been passed on from father to son for more than a hundred years.

Available sizes: 55 - 57 - 59 - 61. These sizes correspond to the circumference of your head in centimeters.
Composition: 48% recycled cotton - 48% cotton - 4% polyurethane
Country of production: Italy
Maintenance: Hand wash recommended

Justin Herman meets a friendly businessman who tells him to sell hats. Unfortunately, according to his theory, the railway will mark the end of its craft, people will no longer have to cover their heads when they move. On the contrary, Justin sees it as a formidable vector of expansion for this type of product, the world will shrink Thanks to this new way of moving, new markets will be present, he says. Tired, the Old Man no longer believes it, but without knowing it, he has just passed the sacred fire to Justin Herman. It has been decided, Justin will be a Hatter. After arriving in Vienna, he was tempted to immediately return to Belgium to take up this new profession. However, he said he was able to use his trip to see, learn and understand the different facets of this profession in this disparate Europe. It was not until three years later that Justin returned to his small village in the Ardennes. He must have used these three years to go not around Europe, but around the world. In addition to the great European capitals where he was inspired by the elegance of high society, this journey took him to the east coast of the United States where cities such as Boston and New York built their legends. It was from there that a large part of the models his first collection was inspired by the different styles of headwear that every craft, every community proudly sports. The caps of the Irish dockers, the skins of the underworld bandits, the elegant caps of the wealthy New Yorkers.April 1874, Justin Herman is finally back home. He thinks his grandfather's advice was his greatest legacy. After forcing his fate, he now set out to build his legend...

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