• At Hatter’s

    I always wanted to wear a cap, I made the most of my trips abroad to wear one, as at home it was considered as oddness, something snobbery, and for this stupid complex I never wore a cap, but I always liked it. Besides, I didn’t like too much the caps I used to see, so it was not an issue to be worried about. In one of my trips to Georgia, one of those countries where lot of people wear cap, I realised that there were lot of little workshops of handmade caps. I met an old man who has a workshop close to Vagzlis Moedani, which is really tiny, and he shares that little place with a shoemaker. Here is his workshop.