Black is the go-to color for a dressed up look. Here, it becomes the newest recruit to your everyday wardrobe thanks to its classic weight. Mellow, fuller-bodied felt for more defined shape and style.
At first glance you may think this hat is black. Under different lighting conditions, you'll notice it has hints of deep purple-blue and brown. It’s a perfect color for someone who is leaning towards a black hat, but prefers something a bit softer and more complex.
This tan is composed of a mix of the richest autumnal hues: gold, orange, brown. Stellar.
A soft, dark orange-brown. Adapts well to a wide range of styles, from a sporty porkpie to a homburg. Great for those who like unique colors. An orange ribbon brings out the orange in this hat, whereas a brown ribbon tones it down. A black ribbon is also quite sharp on this color. Offered in our classic weight:
This elegant medium-dark gray is supremely flexible: suitable for nearly all hat styles, it also will make a sharp pairing for a wide variety of colors in your wardrobe (think classics like: navy, black, tan, rust).
A traditional medium grey available only for Derbies and Bowlers. This year we have introduced three classic colors for our Derbies and Bowlers: Black, Brown and Grey. We have worked for years to produce a Derby that is very stiff, but still retains the soft touch and elegant look of our felts. This new collection does just that.
A dark, crisp, traditional navy. A shade lighter than midnight blue.
A soft pastel green, so subtle and cool. Looks smart with gray. Offered in our super soft classic weight: Mellow-fuller bodied felt for more defined shape and style.
A bright and crisp traditional navy.
A dark ruby whose tones shift under the light. Sumptuous melange with hints of brown, purple and navy. The famous color and weight we used for one of our best known creations: Johnny Depp’s hat in Public Enemies.
A stunning blue-purple that’s a real head-turner, and dashing compliment to orange-tones and grays.
A cool light grey.
This medium gray gets texture from its sophisticated blend of darker and lighter grays.
Ash (brushed/ unpounced version)
A medium grey with dark gray and silver highlights.
A dark gray composite with a dark blue undertone. Shown here in our traditional flecked finish.
This complex brown reads as neutral from a distance. Up close you can see that it fuses blue, green and red flecks for a sophisticated composite.
Very dark gray with a dark blue cast in a certain light. Available in our lightweight finish for more relaxed styling. A perfect “three – season” hat.
This classic brown is straightforward, with no hints of red or yellow. Simple but rich looking at the same time.
A subtle and unusual dusty purple goes dapper in 100% beaver.
A cool, silvery lead color.
Deep, splendid navy blue with a hint of grey.
Medium-light tan makes for a golden color that's quietly dignified. Available in featherweight, our very lightest weight felt.
Refreshing and unexpected, this lavender felt makes for a cool topper in our lightweight finish for relaxed styling.
A medium, neutral gray. A wonderful compliment to navy, black, beige, and rust.
Dark teal that walks the line between blue and green. Really pops with a tan coat or a silver scarf.
Our black 100% beaver short satins are made expressly for top hats. Perfect match for a cashmere topcoat.
Our most luxurious finish, in the most classic color. Unmistakable mirror-like finish, incredibly soft hand. Makes an elegant, yet relaxed hat.
A dark blue with an amazing luster, thanks to the polished satin / melusine finish.
We’ve paired a rich brown with an ultra short-hair satin and the result is a sheen that is truly remarkable.
Deep, rich, and golden – this is possibly our most luxurious and expensive-looking color. Incredible shine and feel. Makes an impressive homburg or dress hat.
Iridescent green that looks almost black in low lighting and bright, rich emerald under direct light. Incredible hand and shine. Luxurious.
A deep navy that becomes vibrant blue in direct light. Extremely luxurious.
A very warm grey, with a faint amber-brown glow. Looks dark tan in certain light. A satin finish makes for a subtle shine.
Blue grey, with a hint of teal. There’s almost a metallic shine to this color.
A complex black softened and made more interesting by a hint of purple.
A whisper soft grey. The suede-like velour finish means you’ll see some nice color variation as the light bounces with or against the grain.
An attractive, soft, medium blue joins forces with our most luxurious Optimo 1000, 100% beaver belly fur, which means a marshmallow-like, almost creamy hand. Gorgeous.
If the perfect brown exists, it might be in the form of our medium-dark Club Brown. An already rich color gets enhanced by the creamy, velvety finish of 100% beaver belly fur.
A medium-light gray goes classic and smooth in our extravagantly touchable 100% belly beaver fur. Excellent color for homburgs and fedoras.
A sharp clean gray gets a dose of bravura when shown in our best, 100% belly beaver finish.
A true white – so striking in winter or any season – looks and feels buttery in our Optimo 1000 finish.
Sumptuous, totally un-dyed, pure beaver-belly fur. Works with nearly all trimmings, completions and clothing. A wholesome, natural, silver-tan.
Galaxy-purple, nearly black. In our finest felt, beaver-mink blend.
Woven from the toquilla palm of the humid coastal lowlands of Ecuador, this pale and elegant ivory straw is the real deal.
A beige hue that can look golden – think wheat in the sun – makes our Natural Milan authentic.