The Henley Raffia Hat

Now £39.00 Was £55.00
  • The Ascot Hat in black & sand | OSPREY LONDON
    Black & Sand

Colour: Black, Sand, Russet & Bordeaux

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Description

Material: Raffia

Dimensions (cm): Headband circumference 59cm, Brim 18cm wide

LIMITED EDITION

Want to ensure it’s all eyes on you at your next smart event this summer? Woven for OSPREY LONDON in Madagascar from sustainable natural Raffia in black with regatta-inspired stripes, The Henley has an easy elegance guaranteed to turn a tailored suit or contemporary co-ord into a truly knockout look.

Wear with the brim upturned and the fashionably large Raffia bow at the back, accessorised with a smile and you’re ready for your close-up…

Specifications
  • Limited edition hat with a large upturned brim, handcrafted for OSPREY LONDON in Madagascar in natural and sustainable Raffia using traditional millinery techniques, woven in black with sand/bordeaux regatta-inspired stripes.
  • The crown is encircled by a russet Raffia band and the hat is finished with a fashionably large russet Raffia bow.
  • A versatile style: wear the brim up and the bow at the back. Alternatively, as the brim is cut on the bias, it can also be worn with one side up and one side down at a rakish angle.
  • Available in one size.
  • Internal sweatband for comfort and fit.
  • Always follow our care recommendations.
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    • Extended Christmas returns policy - for any order placed from October 15th until December 20th 2020 you have until 22nd January 2021 to return your order.
    • We offer FREE UK returns with Collect+. 
    Region Delivery Option Price Delivery Time
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    Standard over £50 FREE Within 5 working days
    Standard under £50 £4.95 Within 5 working days
    Standard Plus £6.95 2-3 working days
    Next Working Day £9.95 Next working day (excludes weekends and bank holidays) if ordered before midday Mon-Fri
    Saturday or Sunday £12.95 Saturday or Sunday (order before midday Friday, excludes bank holidays)
Product Code: OL2367-90\1