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Henrik - Woven Cap with Piercing

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Hobo Net - English Net Parade Hat

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Felix - Flat cap in checked fabric

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Max - Tartan Fabric Parade Hat

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Bat - Duckbill Bombé Tartan Fabric Cap

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Shelby - Irish Eight-Pack Coppola

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Ed - Baiadera Fabric Duckbill Cap

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Duke - Linen Gooseneck Hat

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Hobo - Tartan Fabric Flat Cap

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Golf - Classic Tweed Coppola

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Tweed Fabric Hobo Pattern Flat Cap

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Duke's Striped Tweed Gooseneck Beret

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Eight-pin Irish cap with leather button Shelby style

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Eight-pointed beanie with goose beak Bat model

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Plain weave flat hat with headband Max model

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Flat hat with Scottish fabric tips Felix model

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Plaid Cap with Headband Model Ed

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Classic Irish Eight-pin suede cap Cork style

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Flat cap with short headband and earmuffs Burt model

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Classic Flat Leather Hat with Short Headband Lock Model

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Classic flat hat with long headband Golf model

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Irish Eight-Pronged Classical Hat Model Lord

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Eight-pronged Irish hat in fabric with leather button Shelby model

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Classic Tweed Coppola Model Felix

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Classic Hat in Scottish patterned fabric Felix model

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Classic Linen and Silk Houndstooth Coppola Golf Model

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Classic Hat in Striped Fabric Golf Model

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Irish Eight-Threaded Tweed Coppola Lord Model

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Prince of Wales patterned eight-piece Irish hat, Lord model

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Classic Flat Fabric Hat with Earmuffs Lock model

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Eight-pin Donegal Irish hat Shelby model

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Banded Fabric Hat Model Ian

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Jugo Classical Hat in Textile Anti-Drop and Anti-Wind Model

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Irish Hat in Tweed Chevron Fabric and Leather Visor Thomas Pattern

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Duckbill Classic Tweed Cap with Mesh Headband Eddy Style

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Doria's 110 Years Patchwork Hat in Velvet and Cashmere Mix Celebrative Pattern

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Men's Hats

Men's Hats

Originally designed as a men's headgear, the coppola is a cap with a small visor and a dome that tends to be flat or with longitudinal cuts. From 1970 onwards it also became a headgear worn by women who like to impress. Doria 1905, which has always been a spokesperson for this style, began to advertise it as a unisex garment in its collections, astonishing the world of hats.

Fabric or felt caps are essential accessories in men's wardrobe. Whether for sports or to wear in daily life, these caps have always characterized men's clothing. Their use in internationally famous TV series such as Peaky Blinders or Irish Man have made hats, the most sought-after men's hats of the moment.

The ways to call this type of cap are different: Flat Cap, Driver Cap, Golf Cap and finally in Italian Coppole. What is certain is that due to its versatility, the coppola remains one of the most widely used men's hats worldwide.

Men's Winter and Summer Hats

Men's Winter and Summer Hats

The coppola is a cap with a visor, flat dome and with a side band. It originated in the early 1500s where they are seen in the court of the Tudors, a historic English royal family, but also in some Neapolitan writings from 1789.

Today the coppola is one of Doria 1905's iconic hats thanks to its curious history that plays between masculine and feminine like the spirit of the brand. Produced by Doria 1905 since the early 1900s, it is the first model of hat made in the first Doria workshop. Made in both winter and summer fabrics, it is completely handcrafted.

The fabric from which men's hats are made today is worked by the hands of skilled craftsmen, still following the original manufacturing steps:

  • the cutting of the fabric;
  • assembly using sewing machines
  • hand ironing on wooden moulds, a feature that only expert hands know how to perform and which gives the Doria coppola that unique, tailored look of a top-of-the-range hat.

Men's Hats: History

The origins of the coppola, a typical men's cap, date back to the 16th century and more precisely to England. Following the passing of a good law, the Tudor court obliged the people to wear headgear made of exclusively home-made fabric. This was the birth of the first flat cap. In Italy this cap is now called Coppola and in France it is known as Bonnet.

The coppola has a curious history in Italy, where its origin is divided into two 'branches'. The first part sees it arrive in the mid-1800s in Sicily, worn by English families who had moved there. The other part sees it as an elaboration of a Neapolitan headgear, called coppolone as a derivation of the term cupola(cuppola) as an element "on top of the head". A quotation from a Neapolitan song of the time, telling the story of the famous rebel Masaniello, refers to his headgear as a red cupola. Well, that coppola is a simple bonnet, but the term in popular use seems to have given its name to the flat cap imported by the English.

The certainty is that the hat has spanned centuries and styles with its various styles and names. From flat cap to driver cap, from golf cap to gatsby cap, the coppola was worn by men until the early 1900s. It became an iconic and fashionable garment, following the styles of the country it arrived in, until it became wedged, giving birth to the Irish cap.

How to Choose the Right Hat for You

Choosing the most suitable type of hat for your needs is a very important step and should be approached with great care: whether for sporting activities or more formal occasions, the choice of hat should be perfectly in tune with the style of your outfit.

For a more sporty-casual look or for styles that are a little more urban, the choice is oriented towards fabric caps with herringbone patterns or with classic coloured chequered lines; a different choice if the use is dedicated to a more formal occasion: in this case the choice will fall on something that reflects one's own style and with colours that match one's own clothing, preferably solid colours.

We must also pay attention to the season in which we want to use this accessory: in the cold season the choice of the hat will fall on a heavier and possibly waterproof fabric, while in the case of a summer hat we can choose a classic canvas hat with brighter colours.

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the right hat size is always a critical moment because every hat, made by hand and then sold in hat shops, has very different sizes from the classic ones that clothing shops have accustomed us to.

Hat sizes are calculated in centimetres and range from size 55 (the smallest) to 62 (the largest). There is a very simple and quick procedure to find out which size is right for you.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you have to do is take a dressmaker's tape measure, measure the circumference of your head by holding the tape measure just one centimetre above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you don't have a tape measure, you can calculate the size simply by using a piece of string, a string or a shoelace from your shoes: in the same way as before, use the tape measure to calculate the circumference, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen the point where the two parts of the shoelace meet and then use a ruler or a normal tape measure to measure the shoelace.