To the rhythm of nature
Made on a farm some 200 kilometres from Stockholm, Horisaki hats are thought of as works of art, the fruit of traditional work, guaranteeing purity and luxury. Before making these headgear, Makoto Horisaki created jewelry in the Scandinavian capital, where he met his partner, Karin, a hatter for the Royal Court of Sweden.
Each hat requires weeks of work. Handmade in the couple's farm, the pieces amaze by the accuracy of their cuts, frank, sharp, deconstructed and always mastered, reflecting a great sense of aesthetics. The chosen skins, beavers and rabbits, are treated "old-fashioned" and then burned and moulded into water, giving them a raw appearance, as well as solidity and suppleness. The patina's work gives them a vintage look for a style of great power.