SuperDuper hats: passion for shape

An old hat block: one of those small wooden sculptures used in millinery… that is the origin of SuperDuper.

It was a small hat block, indeed, that sparked the passion for this fine old craft in the owners of this Florentine workshop.

Behind every single SuperDuper hat, there are hours of enthusiastic work, based on traditional methods, to turn top-quality raw materials into an elegant finished product.

Photos via:
http://www.superduperhats.com

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SuperDuper hats: passion for shape

Florence
Via Volterrana, 9R
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