The headdress of a cook or attendant is an integral part of any uniform. It is not only important for hygienic reasons, but also symbolizes the skill of the profession and the seriousness of the approach to business.
CAP PACKAGE - it is about two thousand years old; in olden times it was worn by the most revered and famous chefs, and they reached 18 inches in height. Traditionally, they were made in white, as this color is usually associated with purity. Nowadays, a chef's cap can differ in all sorts of shades, there are also paper analogues for one-time use.
TYUBETEIKA (takiya) - a headdress in the form of a small cap, which in different eastern areas has its own characteristics in the form of a round or four and six-sided forms. It is made of silk fabrics, brocade and felt of different colors and is decorated with various embroidery and ornament in the national style and has a sacred meaning. There is a big difference between male and female skullcaps. It is the national headdress of the Kazakhs, Uzbeks and other peoples of Central Asia and in the East as a whole.