Mamasita, in Spanish, symbolizes the ultimate in quality. Mamasita Panama Hat, which has a history of 150 years in Ecuador,in 2004, the founder of the LCDA Craftsman's Home, the ERNESTO family, acquired its hat-making factory, and introduced it exclusively to Asia, and continued to perform the legend of centuries. Mamasita Panama Hat is a collection of classic Panama hats. From the traditional classical Optimo to the popular Fedora, the two-color stitching fashion series is extended. Tailor-made and exclusive design, customized to choosea variety of ribbons and hats, to meet the unique style of each.
The texture of the fabric is as soft as the fabric, and the Mamasita panama hats are all available in a collection that is elegant and untamed with the soul. "Don't forget, wear your hat,not only the angle, but also your attitude." Frank Sinatra said. The creamy white cap is tied with a black satin band, "Holly Spear"'s Henfley Bogart, "Auntie" Audrey Hepburn, the fascinating and fascinating fascination of Hollywood's film history, by Panama The straw hat is engraved with notes. Mamasita Panama Hat, a popular straw hat style from the Panamanian region of Central and South America. The MUSEO FINO AND EXTRA FINO-rated Panama hat is one of the most cumbersome and time-consuming manuals in the world.
Different from the ordinary Panama hat, it takes 6~13 months to make such a straw hat, which is completed by six manual masters. The raw material is taken from the grassland of TIERNO PAJA, which is produced in Ecuador. It is different from the general Panama hat. The young grass can not be irradiated with sunlight during the weaving, and it can not withstand the equatorial region. The hot air temperature, otherwise it is easy to break, so the master craftsmen can only work after the sun goes down, between 9 pm and 4 am. The weaving method is more complicated than the general straw hat, and because of such top materials and craftsmanship, such hats can be classified as "museum class", which is very durable and can be passed down from generation to generation.
In contrast to the fashion items produced by the current “Fast Fashion”, it brings a perfect texture and a unique taste to the wearer; this is the best straw hat that can be matched for the day. A great accessory for celebrity status and identity. MUSEO FINO AND EXTRA FINO is the world's most handmade and rare product - A 2.54 cm can be used to make 42 knots on this parallel line -It takes 6 months to 13 months to make a top-grade EXTRA FINO AND MUSEO FINO - and the manpower required is a panama hat to be completed by 6 hat artists.
The grass used is also made of TIERNO PAJA grass, which is also taken with the general Panama hat. It is also made with the original fiber - different from the general PAJA TOQUILLA- TIERNO PAJA This grass is only used in the superior Panama hat series - EXTRA FINO AND SUPER FINO AND MUSEO FINO- Weaving this fine Panama hat can only be done at 9 pm to 4 am during the night - Because TIERNO PAJA can not be woven under the white day, it is easy to cause breakage and temperature can only be between 22 degrees and 26 degrees at night - because Ecuador North itself is the equatorial country - day temperature is up to 37 Above the degree, the weaver will not make this process weaving during the day.
-CUENCA AND MONTECRISTI
The difference between the level of Leica and
There are two major straw hat producing areas in Ecuador, CUENCA and Montenegro (MONTECRISTI). Among them, the general Bana straw hats are made in the CUENCA production area due to the working hours they spend. Shorter and fast delivery, so the largest factories are produced here. Although the grass they use is also made with PAJA TOQUILLA, the process is to make it more white and soft. Sulfur soaked and cooked, although reducing the time course of production, but also destroyed the fiber structure of PAJA TOQUILLA itself, the use period is only one year, and the knot produced also hit 3 knots To finish the end, so the life of the strap will be very short.
Another production area, Montenegro (MONTECRISTI), is made from the finest "TIERNO PAJA" grass, which is also made from the nascent PAJA TOQUILLA fiber, before the start of weaving. It is very different from the way of The "TIERNO PAJA" young grass is slowly torn apart to complete the Panama hats of SUPER FINO and above. The manpower required is that a Panama hat must be completed by at least six hat artists. However, the weaving process is also very laborious and cumbersome, because the workmanship and finishing of Monte Cristo should be finished with more than eight knots.Therefore, the Panama hat of Monte Cristo is particularly durable and valuable, so the best The museum-level Panama hats can be handed down. Our Ecuadorian Monte Cristo factory has two 110-year-olds, and can still be used today with Panama hats that have been used with SUPER FINO.