Shape sculpting is the most interesting part of the process. I like to think that a hat is a small sculpture, the form of which is completely open to research and experiments. Doing this by hands and without the help of pads, you can feel yourself as a sculptor working on your creation. In addition, by sculpting the shape of a crown by hand, it is impossible to make it the same, so each hat, in a sense, becomes unique.
During the entire training process, I continued to experiment with forms, creating different models. I showed some of them to my brother, and he was delighted. We no longer went out without a headwear. Hats began to attract attention. Many have asked us what the brand is called and where to buy it. It became clear that this is a good sign to introduce the world to our passion.
Two years passed by from the moment I first saw the Amish Hat photo to the launch of our first collection that was mainly inspired by modern sculpture and the works of Anish Kapoor and Richard Serra.
We believe that a hat is more than just an accessory. It's always a challenge for oneself. Wearing a hat you will unwittingly attract the views of others. It requires some courage and a desire to express oneself. We want to help people do this through our hats, making hat an ideal form of self-expression. Inspire others and promote wearing and creating headwear.