Much more than an accessory. The hat is something that declares what we are now, but it is also what we want to become. It has a its own language, it is an idea that is hidden, with the visor down over the eyes. Or it is a clever thought, with the visor sideways. It is the rest after a battle and the desire to do nothing. It is the desire to do everything. The cap is an informal type. It always has something to tell and it says it to everyone. He does it with a thousand colours, signs and shapes. Softly or screaming. It is democratic. The rich and the poor wear it. Like five-year-olds and even fifty-year-olds. And woe to those who touch it, the hat is personal.