Featured Blog Posts – June 2016 Archive (3)

Tiffany Arey Interview

If ever there was a hat to make your mouth water it would be this delight by milliner Tiffany Arey. Inspired by the Parisian Bakery Laduree, this soft sinamay disk hat trimmed with delicate venetian lace and handmade Leather flowers is sure to tempt the tastebuds of any onlooker! Tiffany's interest in fashion and involvement in the horse world has largely influenced her natural progression towards millinery and she…

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Whether a customer is looking for a mother of the bride hat or something spectacular for the Royal Ascot, Jane Alison Millinery's wide range of designs are sure to suit any event or millinery appetite. Light and airy brims and delicate feathered trims are a key trend in Jayne's designs. We can't help but love…


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In millinery, details matter and for milliner Paige Wallis, they are the defining features which set her pieces apart. Paige is also involved with fine arts, painting incredibly detailed works in vivid colours. Her keen eye has obviously been translated into her millinery designs too. As you can see in the feature image "Mabel", the piece is carefully designed using a mixture of textures and trimmings. From the vevelty brown top hat base and…


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