Hat Information & Care


    • How do I take care of my hat?: DO NOT APPLY HEAT, 100% faux fur means it will melt in heat. Do not get it wet, if it gets wet allow it to dry out naturally or use a COLD hair dryer to air it out and separate the fibres. If partying in the hat tell people to stop touching it and stop asking to try it on. I learned the hard way that over time this will lead to it getting damaged. *DO NOT TOUCH MY HAT* This hat allows you to be arrogant, I mean look at it... 

 

    • How long will my hat take to be made?: Please understand everything is handmade in Ireland, custom to each head size, luxury materials made with care, quality and precision. These hats are made to order. Please allow up to two weeks for production, but we are always aiming for sooner. 

 

    • How long will my hat take to be shipped to me?: Delays with the postal services are out of my control. I ship registered and tracked posting to ensure your hat gets to you safely, usually someone must be there to sign off the box. Tracking number will be emailed to you after the hat is shipped. Rep of Ireland, 2 working days. UK, 3-5 working days. EU, 3-5 working days. US, 5-7 working days. 

 

    • Where are the hats made?: Dublin, Ireland 

 

    • What is my hat made out of?: Three layers: Outer layer; The highest quality faux fur. Middle layer; (invisible) fusing material to ensure long lasting quality, this technique locks the fabric fibres together. Inside layer; (visible) Glossy duchess satin, according to the colour of your chosen faux fur. 

 

    • When did you learn to sew?: The Grafton Academy of Fashion Design in Dublin, Ireland. The leading university for pattern drafting, sewing techniques and garment construction. I was the first and only student in Grafton Academy history (80 years) to complete my two final collections out of entirely recycled materials.

 

    • When did you become interested in sustainability?: Shortly after I began studying fashion I realised the world was on fire and fashion was playing a significant role in that, it was something I struggled to ignore. I hope to be entirely sustainable in the future, it's difficult when your starting out.