To bring out a small side of personality through the wearing of the hat, we can say in light of the latest trends that many people have embarked on this ready-to-wear accessory.

The Casual for example this hat that gives a particular style is a great success to opt for a chic and casual look at a time.
Thanks to the fashionable Hipsters and Rappers all these accessories, hat, cap, cap came back in vogue and in force.


Of all shapes for all styles, American cap or military cap, emblem of hip-hop culture and dance and street style “streetwear”, its origin is yet very much military.

The cap is also available for chic styles, for both men and women, it remains very fashionable.

From a military point of view, it was inspired by “kepis” thanks to its visor it was quickly adapted by many professions, this is how the cap became familiar to all people and in many environments, in the street or work, sport, it is today unavoidable and is multiple variations.

In the end we therefore notice either European caps or American caps.

Europeans opt for vintage and traditional styles, such as the Gavroche cap, for example, the beret and the flat cap are also in this category.

American caps are more trendy street and sport like baseball, they have a very long visor, sometimes curved sometimes flat.

Snapback or starback, worn on the spot or upside down, no matter which cap is definitely in the world!



The hat is the fashion accessory that can change a look, good or bad. To avoid the fashion faux pas, here in pictures our advice to wear capelin, borsalino, bowler and other variations, without false notes!

The hat is a versatile piece that can be as chic as bohemian. The capeline for example, very trendy in recent seasons, can also be worn chic version with boots and a camel coat, or bohemian version with a floral dress and clogs with heels.



The Hat has been since antiquity, an essential element of the wardrobe.

Practical first, to protect the head from rain and sun, the use of the hat was mainly reserved for men.

Women used to work on their hairstyle by adding accessories. The cap was more suitable.

In the medieval period, we see the sails and guimpes that literally enchass the hair and lengthen the silhouettes

The Renaissance period comes, when the headdresses become more proportionate but the hair is mostly always covered under veils, or simply adorned with jewels

The seventeenth century largely reveals the hair cleverly coiffed, and the capes become hooded