The trilby hat : its history
Cousin of the fedora, the trilby is first of all a hat which takes its name from the novel Trilby by George du Maurier. It is in fact a small hat with a small brim, generally lowered at the front. Its cap is pinched at the front.
Therefore, the trilby can be made of any material. In summer, for example, it can be made of parasisal straw, panama or even panabuntal, a very fine and qualitative material. In winter, it can be made of felt. Thus, rain-resistant and of excellent quality, velvet and melusine felts will always be favoured by the House of Fabienne Delvigne.
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Tailor made service
Maison of Fabienne Delvigne likes to adapt to all the desires of its customers from all over the world. In order to offer them a very tailor-made and personalised service, requests and appointments can be made in our boudoir atelier located in Brussels, the capital of Europe, but also by Teams, Zoom and Whatsapp.
Maison of Fabienne Delvigne will be happy to make your dreams come true.
La Maison wraps the hats in tissue paper and then places them in a luxury hatbox. These boxes are designed by Fabienne Delvigne and are custom made.
In addition, a certificate of authenticity is added. Finally, we perfume the tissue paper with Eau de Cashmere by Guerlain, to confirm the collaboration between our two Maisons.