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Lock & Co. Hatters is proud to present this dapper 'Dreadnought' fedora in collaboration with Emma Willis of Jermyn Street.
Emma Willis MBE founded the Style for Soldiers charity in 2008 which outfits injured servicemen and women with adapted clothing and accessories. Lock & Co. continues to support the charity by providing headwear.
For every sale of this hat, Lock will donate £100 to Style for Soldiers.
The ultimate in fedoras and a truly unique piece, the St James's is crafted from beaver and mink fur felt - the latter being the most expensive felt you can buy. This prestigious piece is luxurious in all of its details; from the fine ribbon edged-brim to the sumptuous red silk lining and supple leather sweatband.
Lock & Co are excited to be working with Escorial to bring you this exclusive selection of new and innovative products. The definitive accessory through time, fedoras have topped the heads of countless figures of influence. Exclusive Escorial wool with its origins serving the Spanish Royal Family is a perfect medium for this statement style.
Crafted from brown rabbit fur, the York is a modern spin on the fedora. The contemporary finish comes in the form of the shorter crown, which gives a streamlined silhouette. The fedora is trimmed with a narrow grosgrain brand and finished with a leather inner headband. Adopted by stylish men in town, the York is a modern classic.
The narrow-brimmed, rabbit fur felt Supreme is a lightweight alternative to the traditional Homburg. Trimmed with a matching grosgrain band and bow, Supreme is a great choice if you like the traditional Homburg but feel intimidated by it.
Give your winter wardrobe an on-trend lift with a wide-brimmed fedora. Crafted from rabbit felt and finished with a tonal grosgrain band and bow, the Louisiana can be worn snugly on top of the head, or tilted back.
Should you wish, the crown can be pork-pied by our master hatters; simply write in the comments box during checkout, or call the shop for further information.
Introduced by Lock & Co in the 1980s, the Chelsea is a timeless fedora for the man about town. The streamlined silhouette in stiff rabbit felt bears all the hallmarks of a Lock & Co hat: a smart leather inner headband and luxurious white silk lining.
The open-crown Piccadilly fedora is the first purposely unblocked men's hat sold at Lock. It can be worn traditionally on the top of the head as well as at the back. Finished with contrasting band and a bow and ribbon trimmed edges to ensure the brim won't lose its shape over time.
Popularised by Sir Anthony Eden in the 1930s, the Homburg is a truly iconic hat. Crafted from smooth rabbit felt, the 'kettle curl' brim is trimmed with grosgrain ribbon, while the gutter crown is finished with a band and bow. It is finished with Lock's signature lining and leather inner headband, which can be monogrammed. The hat can be worn with or without its pinches, either way is correct.
A laurel green fedora, whose pork pie crown and sleek stitching instead of a classic band and a bow gives it a little less formal look. Crafted from rabbit fur felt, the Bruton fedora is a great option for someone looking for a more edgy look.