Ambassador fur hats
If you compare outside of the ambassador hat and the fore-and-aft cap, you will notice many similarities. In our opinion, this military style was introduced into Soviet fashion after World War II. Many Soviet leaders personally participated on the battlefield and appreciated the convenience and style of this hat. Indeed, the fore-and-aft cap shape suits almost any face type and lends a certain charm to both men and women. This feature contributed to the popularization of the product and soon, in peacetime, winter versions with natural fur appeared. Generally these hats were made of the most affordable Karakul fur. Such hats were sewn to order by different craftsmen and were in vogue with the top leaders of the USSR, such as Khrushchev and Brezhnev. Taking up the fashion trend, top ranking Soviet delegations and ambassadors abroad appeared in this status symbol headdress (or you could say “head wear”). Hence the name “Ambassador hat" was born.
Our collection is inspired by the Ambassador style. This is not a copy, this is an original designer fur headdress. And on our site we present this collection in various combinations of natural fur and leather. Starting from the sheepskin fur, available in all types, the reliable beaver, elegant mink, fluffy foxes, traditional Karakul and the more expensive Swakara and finally from the top of the line sable and lynx luxe furs. As previously stated, the hat is suitable for both men and women and can be custom made according to your specifications.