BUCKET HAT WAX PATCHWORK
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After such an amazing success 4 years ago, Maison Château Rouge and BÉTON CIRÉ are collaborating once again and mixing their worlds for a second explosive and refreshing collection!
The bucket hat is restyled in a patchwork of wax fabrics also called “diakhass” - which means mixing in wolof! This technique represents a strong part of the Senegalese culture. The hats were made from wax fabrics offcuts from Maison Château Rouge collections. Each headgear from this upcycling process is unique.
The founders of the two brands, Amélie and Youssouf, wanted to honor their long-standing friendship and break the gloom of this particular year by reviving the hearts of their dear communities with a collaboration that merges creativity and originality.
Sizes: S = 56 cm - M= 57 cm - L = 59 cm
Composition : Hat 100% cotton
The sizes are unisexe and correspond to your head measurement, in centimeters.
The head circumference is measured at the largest side of the head. If you do not have a measuring tape to help you know the size of your head, you can use a ribbon or a string to go around it. Then, you can simply transfer the corresponding length to a ruler.
If the measurement obtained is between two sizes, we recommend you to choose the larger size.
The Miki docker beanies, for example, are all adjustable thanks to their leather strap
(sometimes the strap is available in another material depending on the themes of the season).
> Size guide for Miki docker beanies and caps :
|Head size in centimeters||from 56 to 59 cm||from 60 to 63 cm|
> Size guide for other shapes : bucket hats, rain Chalutier or sou’wester hats and berets' recommendations are all indicated in the description of each product for more precision
> Size guide for woolen beanies : The wool beanies are all available in one size only
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL OUR FABRIC HATS :
We highly recommend a dry cleaning for all of our hats that contain leather or for hats made with very fragile fabrics such as: Wool, Merinos, Straw, Linen or Felt.
However, our team and our clients have machine washed without any problem. Don't forget that leather is not supposed to be machine washed and will probably change aspect in contact of water.
If you decide to machine wash our hats do not put them in the dryer!!! Once out of the machine, place them on a round form so that the fabric keeps its round shape.
Use a sticky roller brush to remove dust.