Hoorn was the original name given to the cape that marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage in the south seas – known today as Cape Horn. In 1616, it was discovered by two Dutch seafarers, Le Maire and Schouten, who were looking for a new route that could link Europe with the Spice Islands.
Hoorn is a celebration of the flâneur spirit of all travelers in the world. It is the tangible expression of memorable memories, exotic places, transcendent moments and emblematic personalities. Hoorn appeals to the mystic of the walker with a constant evocation of the memories that bring to the present day a complicit and silent smile, where art and life merge, inseparable, through details, nuances, contrasts and subtle traces of past adventures.