Hattitude Christina Lichy creates unique handmade hats and hair jewelry. The inspiration comes from the history, colors and moods, a walk in the zoo or from old films of the 50s. Although the beautiful hats often have a touch of history, you do not expect an old-fashioned look. Everything has a modern twist, and often with bright colors. Black is rarely used, and when, then only in conjunction with colors. The hats are made of different materials, felt, straw, fur and fabric, and it is played with feathers and ribbon, mica and pearls. Something for every taste for every occasion. Behind Hattitude stands a Danish girl with long-distance pain, who completed her apprenticeship in 2002 as a seamstress. In 2007, she started her apprenticeship as a hobbyist. In 2010, she worked as a trainee in Vienna, where she worked at Art4Art and later at Mühlbauer. The last time of her training she was in Copenhagen with Q-hats / Per Falk Hansen, who created hats for the Danish queen Margrethe. In December 2010, she successfully completed her apprenticeship and in April 2011 she moved permanently to Vienna, where she founded her company Hattitude in the same year in November.