This French brand was created in 2013 by Amélie Le Roux.
The brand draws its inspiration from the city, the sea and travel, and intends to adorn the heads of urban pirates around the world by revisiting the Miki, or traditional docker, an authentic Breton sailor's hat
The idea came to Amélie from her grandfather in Quimper, who wore it in all weathers, both in the city and at sea. The miki then became the iconic piece of this young brand based in Paris.
Halfway between a hat and a cap, without a visor to avoid gales, ears free to listen to the sound of the waves. Miki Béton Ciré evolves, becomes unisex, timeless.
A top-of-the-range product, it is made in France by craftsmen hatters in noble and authentic materials.
For a few seasons now, Béton Ciré has been offering new forms of hats and caps with the desire to become an essential reference among headwear brands.