a straw sloped fedora
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a limited edition (ten units) beauty.
This distressed natural straw beauty is perfect hanging out at the beach, running errands (in style!), and other daytime fare.
We worked with our silks artisan to bring you a double-dyed palette of rich sky blues interlaid with yellow-greens and golden kelpy to darkly rich browns. So beautiful! Hand-torn in our signature style, and complemented on the hat with a strip of suede and our signature delicate, diamond-etched (shine, shine, shine) pavé chain — in 18k yellow gold.
Collaborator Valeria Andino did a beautiful job with everything from Zuma's sloping fedora shape to each of her hand-stitched accents (in gold thread, and in gold wire). The photos speak for themselves.
We love talking hats — and jewelry — with clients, so reach out if you have questions (or custom design dreams!).
Each of our limited edition hats is stamped with her issue number — of ten: we make just ten of any one design to keep each all the more special. Your personal, wearable work of art.
- Zuma, a straw, sloped fedora by Dominique Cohen and Valeria Andino.
- Natural, light-wash color, distressed (by hand, of course).
- Trim includes 2x ice-dyed silk in teals and browns, hand-torn; a natural suede strip; and our delicate Dominique Cohen pavé chain in 18k yellow gold.
- Jewelry includes our petite goddess coins (in yellow gold and blackened sterling), the pavé chain mentioned above, a trio of textural petite gold hoops, blue sapphire, and gold wire and thread hand-stitched accents throughout.
- Brim interior inscription "follow your heart" (see photos).
- A limited edition design — we're only making ten.
- Stamped with issue number (of ten).
Your hat size.
Determining your hat size is so easy: Run a tape measure (or string) around the circumference of your head an inch or so above your ears, leaving just enough wiggle room to fit your finger between your head and the tape/string. If using a tape measure, there's your hat diameter (see below); if you use a string, piece of ribbon, or similar, then compare with a ruler (or use a phone app) to see the length value.
Or, message us and we'll help you with sizing — or with designing your dream hat!