The hat in all its forms

The word hat comes from the bas-latin capellus, diminutive of cappa meaning cape. The word first became "chapel" and then "hat" in the 13th century.

The term designates a rigid or supple headgear of all times, with a cap and narrow or wide edges, of any material and for both sexes. However, the word hat is often used in everyday language to refer to all headgear, even without edges

The Chapellerie Traclet has selected for you a very large choice of hats. There is something for every taste!

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