HAT CARE TIPS
As guarantors of the quality of our felts, straws and coarse grains, we want to enhance the durability of our products on a daily basis.
Find here our advice to take care of your panama and felt hats.
Maintenance of the panama
Our straws come from Ecuador, the world's cradle of the panama, and are hand-woven by craftsmen, a know-how registered since 2012 to the cultural heritage of humanity by Unesco.
Popular for winter, our felts are made in Portugal before being molded on our presses on our presses in Paris.
To keep your hat looking its best, brush it with the brush that comes with it. If it rains, let it dry away from a heat source. In case of stain, apply some "terre de sommières", let it act and brush. You can also pass a cotton soaked in scarlet water to clean the inner ribbon. Finally, to keep its shape, hang it on a coat hook or on a pretty hat stand. At the workshop, we offer a service to reshape your hat (on estimate).
Whether it is made of felt or straw, if your hat is accidentally crushed you can put it back in shape thanks to steam
The Rainbow Collection in waterproof felt was designed to brighten up grey days and make your life easier... especially in the rain!
To keep your hat looking its best, brush it with the brush that comes with it. After the rain, let your hat dry away from a heat source. To get your hat back into shape after long rains, run your hat over the steam from your electric kettle. Then gently place it on a table and pinch the top as much as you like to give it a chic look of its own! Our tip for folding it: pull its cap up, fold it in half and then Roll up the edges loosely and slip it into your bag (find out) In case of stain, apply some "terre de sommière", let it act and brush. You can also use a cotton pad soaked in scarlet water to clean the inner ribbon. We offer at the workshop a service of reshaping your hat (on estimate).
Maintenance of the Beret
Made in France In collaboration with the French Beret, our berets are made in Bayonne in the west of France. They are 100% merino wool from the Pyrenees.
Maintenance of the Cap
From the raw material of the felt to its manufacture to the molding our cap is 100% Made in France and made of 100% merino felt.
To keep your cap looking its best, brush it with the brush that comes with it. After the rain, let your cap dry away from a heat source. To get it back into shape if it gets rained on too much, steam your cap over your electric kettle. Then gently place it on a table and let it cool. In case of stain, apply some earth, let it act and brush it. You can also use a cotton ball soaked in scarlet water to clean the inner band.
Maintenance le Nomade
The "Venice" Collection in paper crochet has been designed to accompany you all summer long. Practical, it folds into your tote bag!
Our tip for folding it: pull its cap up, fold it in half and then roll up the edges then roll up the edges loosely and slip it into your bag (find out). If your hat loses its shape a bit, gently run it over the steam of your electric kettle. Then lay it flat and pinch it lightly on the front and let it rest for a few minutes! In case of greasy stains, apply some "terre de sommière", let it work and brush it off. For other types of stains, soak a cotton ball in scarlet water and rub gently. The same goes for the inside band of your hat.
With its officer collar or inverted, the shirts of "La Cerise sur Tout Autre Chose" can be worn for both men and women.
Produced in small quantities in Portugal or Tunisia, our shirts are 100% cotton with a touch of color that makes them unique. For a regular maintenance, we advise you to wash at 30° and not to put it in the dryer. In case of stain, never rub at the risk of embedding it in the fiber ... And against all odds, never use salt or white wine but prefer sparkling water by tapping with a cloth.