The trilby: an advantage of charm just on top of my head!
« What’s hat ! » would have said the character of the novel Trilby (1894), written by the British George Maurier. Adapted into a successful play, its eponymous hero conquered the world with and thanks to this beautiful short-brimmed hat. Raised on the back, pinched towards the front, its visor is slightly pointed towards the front and subtly reveals the eyes of its owner.Read more ...
The trilby hat now seduces men and women.The Trilby hat has naturally and simply become Trilby. Formerly reserved to the gentlemen of English high society, it crossed the 20th century and met glory in the 80s with a new public, the women. Symbol of dandyism, the latter adopted it to better seduce...like a tomboy! Considered today as unisex and presented under all colours, materials, sometimes decorated by feathers, it has become inescapable.