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The hat is a must to finalize your outfit
Beyond the importance of covering your head to insulate you from the cold and humidity in winter, the hat is also an essential summer essential to protect you from the sun's harmful rays. The hat also allows you to accessorize your clothing and assert your personality
We offer a wide variety of models, from trilby to fedora, melons, top hats, cowboys or travellers in cheerful colours.
Are you looking for a timeless and classic hat? We recommend the Borsalino style of the 30s. This model has the advantage that it can be worn both on a daily basis and for special occasions such as ceremonies.
If you're looking for a warm hat, you'd better choose a wool, felt or cashmere model for winter days.
For a lighter headgear, we suggest the bob, a classic for your summer activities, or the straw hat. The real panama, very trendy, will also be very appreciated for its lightness.
Traclet offers many models with a maximum of information, which will allow you to find and choose the hat that best suits your needs
If you don't find the ideal hat, we stay at your disposal and we will try to find it in our collection in the shop or to make it for you
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Whether you're a fan of classics or eager for something new, you'll always find a hat that suits your mood, winter or summer..
If one was content with a few leaves to cover one's head in prehistoric times, the first hats appeared in Egypt in antiquity. Notably the bonnet, which differentiated between freed slaves and those who were not. The hats were rather worn by men, while women and children wore headdresses.
The beret is much older than one might think. Indeed, its name would be of Gallic origin (birrus), but its shape has evolved over time. This woollen toque became a speciality of Béarn, a national emblem, which was elegantly worn by civilians and soldiers alike. Caricatures attempting to diminish the appeal of this headgear have not succeeded in eliminating it from the visuals. It remains a real asset of charm which marries marvelously with a great majority of clothing
The chapka, this hat which comes from the polar cold of Russia, (chapka means hat in Russian), would in fact originate from Mongolia. It would have been imported into Siberia during the invasions in the Middle Ages. Symbol of power in Russia, a chapka is traditionally offered to leaders when they take power. Once made exclusively of natural furs, they are nowadays also offered in synthetic fur. This unisex hat has been very fashionable since the early 2000s.
In the 13th century, the felt hat, essentially masculine, makes its appearance. As for women, they wore cotton or linen caps or headdresses. Toques will gradually disappear in favour of the chaperone
The straw hat is made from 14nd century, its shape varies according to the times. Usually decorated with a ribbon, its size and weaving differentiates it according to its country of origin.
First used by farmers to protect themselves from the sun thanks to its wide edges, it became a very popular accessory from the 19th century onwardsth century. Wealthy women wore garden hats, decorated with flowers, ribbons and other very personal accessories giving indications of their social status.
Men used to carry the famous canoeist dear to Fred Astaire or Maurice Chevalier. Among the most famous straw hats we will find: the canoeist, the panama and the floppy hat.
Very summery, this straw hat appeared in 1880. Its popularity is such that this hat, initially worn by male canoeists or sportsmen, became popular among women who practice hunting and horseback riding. Music-hall celebrities made it their favourite accessory. Even the great Coco Chanel succumbed to the charm of the canoeist. A star of the banks of the Seine and of the "guinguettes", it will be found on many paintings, the most illustrious of which is "Le déjeuner des canotiers" by Auguste Renoir.
Originally from Ecuador, it was the workers in charge of the construction of the Panama Canal who popularized it in Europe and the United States upon their return from their mission. The real Panama hat smells like straw and is easily recognizable thanks to its rosette-shaped mark on the top of the cap. It is a unisex hat.
The essence of a woman's hat. On the 14thth century, its wide edges protected peasant women from the sun. From the 19thth in the 19th century, it was transformed by varying shapes and colours, which earned it a special place among women. It is available in various materials: wool, felt, straw, cloth or sisal
In the last century, the floppy hat became the darling of celebrities and made tabloid headlines in the 1970s. The floppy hat is the timeless feminine accessory that adapts to all trends, seasons and occasions ..
It is thus necessary to wait for the 19th century for the hat to really feminize. Restricted to an exclusively practical role for women, it became at this period a fashion accessory that allowed women to enhance themselves, to beautify themselves and to define their social status
On the 19thth century is also that of the top hat, bowler hat, borsalino, Steston (cowboy hat) and cap.
Originally from the Netherlands, the bourgeois of the 15ème century proudly wear this flat-brimmed, wide brimmed headgear. Very fashionable in Europe, it will be abandoned in the 17th centuryth and 18th it was first used in the 19th century before reappearing during the French Revolution. It then became a unisex hat, and women wore it high up on their hair. Its heyday was in the 19thth century. In beaver, silk or felt, nearly 7 million of them were sold every year in France alone, and as many in Europe. Today, it is mainly worn for ceremonies and shows.
Created in 1850 at the request of an English forest ranger (James Coke), many celebrities like Laurel and Hardy or Charlie Chaplin never part with their bowler hats. It represented, at that time, the pinnacle of modernity.
Giuseppe Borsalino trained at the prestigious Berteil hat shop in Paris where he obtained the precious title of master hatter. With his qualification in hand, he returned to Italy where he created the famous hat that would bear his name.
Created by the American John B. Stetson in 1860, this hatmaker's son suffered from tuberculosis when he was just 30 years old and decided to set out to discover the American West before the disease took him. It was during this trip that he decided to create this cowboy hat, first known as the "Boss of the Plains". It quickly became the symbol of the Wild West.
At the beginning of the 19thème century, it is representative of the working class. Rapidly recovered by the armies of France, Europe and America, it is also found in many trades such as drivers, porters, train conductors and security-related professions..
It is becoming popular in the world of sports, and is used on football, baseball, golf and cycling teams, where it is usually worn upside down to protect the neck from the sun. Not forgetting, of course, the famous beret cap, better known as the "Gavroche" or "Poulbot" cap, once worn by street kids. The cap is now unisex and more trendy than ever!
On the 20thth it was at this time that the first bell hats appeared, symbols of feminine elegance, which goes perfectly with short cuts. It is the opposite of the great women's hats of the time, which were rather classical. This boyish trend is typical of the 20s and the evolution of women's fashion
It appeared in 1924 in the United States. Bob is short for Robert, the nickname given to American soldiers who wore this hat during the 2nd World Warnd world War in France. Lately, the brands representing urban fashion have totally revisited the bob to make a very trendy hat
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