Yosuzi Serpenta Hat Black
Our Serpenta fedora is far from ordinary. Exquisitely crafted from pure wool felt by artisans in Ecuador, it is detailed with a grosgrain ribbon trim and accented with a luxe snake jewelled pendant.
Body: 100% Wool Felt
Trim: 100% Cotton
Crown Height: 11 cm, Brim Width: 10 cm
S - 55 cm
M - 57 cm
L - 59 cm
Care: Any natural variations in the weaving and color are considered part of the beauty of the artisanal process. This product is handmade out of 100% iraka palm straw. A natural fiber from Venezuela. We recommend handling it with care and avoiding excessive contact with water.
Travel Tip: This hat is sturdy and will travel will in the bottom of your luggage if you stuff the crown with garments.
How to Wear
1. Hold the crown and push the front brim down
2. Bend the back brim up. Don't be afraid to use some force, the hat is strong and will retain it's shape.
Body: 100% Wool felt trim: 100% COTTON
Crown Height: 11 cm; Brim Width: 10 cm Size Guide: S - 55 cm; M - 57 cm; L - 59 cm
Item will be delivered in 3 - 5 business days. Shipping costs will vary depending on the destination. Rates will be calculated during the checkout.
We offer a 14 days return policy on full price items. All Items that were purchased with a discount code are not eligible for a refund and can only be exchanged on a case by case basis. Note that returns are handled directly by our brand partners. To receive instructions from the brand you can fill out the returns form in the footer of this page up to 14 days after your products were delivered. After receiving your returns, the money will be refunded to you. Please remember: the items should be unwashed, unaltered and unworn and in the original packaging. Cosmetic products are not eligible for a refund if the original packaging was opened.
Born and raised in Venezuela, Yosuzi, which means “Cactus Flower” in the Guajiro native dialect, spent her childhood immersed in the traditional ceremonies, stories and artisanal crafts of her ancestral Guajiro heritage. In 2014, she embarked on an expedition with her mother, Iruni, to reconnect with her family’s native american heritage. Iruni, who is fluent in the Guajiro native dialect, helped forge relationships with the community leaders of the tribe, who made introductions to the local craftsmen. These craftsmen hand-weave hats known as ‘woman’. Yosuzi worked with the craftsmen to adapt the hats to her customers’ specs. The hats are made of 100% Iraka palm straw, harvested from the Iraka palm, and finished with whimsical, handwoven trimmings. Made with a diagonal weaving technique unique to the tribe, the hats’ patterns and symbols represent the spiritual wisdom of Yosuzi’s ancestors.