Harlem Style Unlocked With Hand Crafted Elegance

November 30, 2020

The Chesterfield Fedora is a real statement piece from Harlem to Hereford. Crafted from beige rabbit fur felt and finished with a tone on tone band and bow and removable feather trim.

Established in 1676, Lock & Co., choose from genuine Panama hats and lightweight summer caps for men, traditional British tweed Bakerboy caps, dapper trilbies, and fedoras as well as their exclusive collaborations created just for us.

Their passion for men’s hats is unrivaled. They actively work with the best felt, tweed, cloth, and cashmere manufactures.

They seek the best craftsmen and women, hatters, and milliners to make their hats.

Each Lock Panama hat is hand-woven from toquilla palm, using generations-old techniques by artisans in Ecuadorian villages.

Related: The History of James Lock & Co., Hatters, by H. Morgan $50.

Each cap is carefully inspected before it receives a white and black woven label bearing their illustrious logo.

Every Lock hat purchased is carefully hand-prepared in our shop before being whisked out of their famous No. 6 green front door.

Around the block around the world.

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