The idea of the original hood lamps was bornfrom an ordinary stand for hats. Designer Plilippe Starck saw in the rack and hat on it a bright potential in the truest sense of the word. So in the portfolio of the master there was a lamp - a stand for headdresses Chapeau, a lampshade in which caps, panamas and hats act. A very simple form of the luminaire itselfStand for any type of headgear from your wardrobe. An economical LED light bulb is built into the rack, which can work with a lamp and without a hat. But it is with the headdress that you get a complete, slightly jocular and bizarre image. Light penetrates through the fabric of the headdress, shading the texture and weaving of the fabric, while not striking the eyes and creating a soft cozy atmosphere. And the question where to put a hat or where to find it forever disappears! In a series of racks are offered as table lamps,and sconces. Such a luminaire - a stand for headgear will be a great gift for lovers of a vintage style of clothes, which is supposed to wear headdresses.