The Queen's Personal Tartan
It is said that Royal Stewart Tartan is the personal tartan of Queen Elizabeth II. But the Scottish Register of Tartans has decided to extend Her Majesty's good taste to all - we're thankful for that decision. Imported directly from Scotland, this is the mother of all wools. Timeless, bold, and one of our best selling hats.
Styling by Ricardo Jean-Louis (@blqvizion)
Model: Ricardo Jean-Louis (@blqvizion)
Photographed by Daniel Zuliani (@zulianiphoto)
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"New Drip Alert!"
- Keyoki B.
- Leopoldo T.R.
INSPIRED BY DECADES PAST
Greek-born to Egyptian parents, founder and designer Michael Henein spent the majority of his life traveling and moving around the world. His international upbringing and love affair for all things 60s-80s, are the driving forces behind Depuis Toujours' inspiration.
MADE IN BROOKLYN, NY
We work with the highest quality manufacturing partners to ensure a premium and consistent product that we stand behind. We're proud to keep production stateside and support our local community. Our headwear-specialized manufacturing partner has been family-run since the 90s.
IT ALL STARTS WITH THE FABRIC
We scour the globe looking for the best fabrics and mills to work with from Italian imported cotton velveteens to Japanese corduroys; Harris Tweed imported from Scotland and U.S. houndstooth and herringbone wools.
Depuis Toujours (French for "since always") is a unisex clothing brand specializing in headwear and founded by Michael Henein in Brooklyn, NY in 2019. Born in Athens, Greece to Egyptian parents and with an international upbringing, Michael was exposed to various qualities and aesthetics, especially in Greece and Egypt, that stood the test of time. He started Depuis Toujours in 2019 as an ode to forever; to bring to life that nostalgia for past decades through reminiscent fabrics, silhouettes, and details and to celebrate the unique character and timeless beauty of things that age.
Depuis Toujours is largely inspired by a time when Fiat 500s reigned supreme and Cairo was nicknamed the Paris of the Middle East.