Hat Academy's Blog Posts Tagged 'Maggie Mowbray' (7)

INTERVIEW: MAGGIE MOWBRAY

Maggie Mowbray sure knows how to turn heads with her timelessly glamorous pieces. Her main mission is to "design and create high quality headwear, aiming to combine wearability with luxury and elegance." As you can see in the above, simplicity of line, shape and colour are combined to create a piece which is not…
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MILLINER: FREE FORM

This orange Harris Tweed free formed headpiece was created by Maggie Mowbray from Edinburgh, Scotland in her latest collection for winter, 2013. The natural pheasant feathers are a perfect trim for this fabric colour. The use of fabric is very clever as it gives a collection a variety of texture & colour not found in felt…

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MARKETPLACE: Silk Double Rose

A stunning double rose bridal headpiece made from the finest quality silks, attaches to a headband and has 3 dangling beaded drops in a combination of silver beads and silver lined extra long bugle beads. Perfect for the bride who wants something modern and unusual.…

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MARKETPLACE: Red Great Gatsby Cloche

A vibrant and chic little cloche hat made from red wool felt and finished with ribbon detailing, a stunning hat to really turn heads! THIS HAT IS UP FOR GRABS FOR FREE!, YES REALLY! YOU HAVE UNTIL 7 June 2013. Competition details here.…

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MARKETPLACE: Cocktail Hat in Silk

A dramatic pillbox cocktail hat in silk with a fabric flower and pleated crin attaches with either a headband or elastic.

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ADAPTATION

If you were commissioned to adapt a cloche to a cap or vice versa would you have thought of this design?  A Hat Academy member exclaimed "Ahhhh Perfect!! " Maggie Mowbray from Edinburgh has shown ingenuity with this felt design …. "incredibly elegant" says another member. It is the simplicity in the flow of the shape that creates such exclamations and hopefully this piece is keeping a head warm in…

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Into the fold

Origami inspired this bridal piece by Maggie Mowbray which is available on her Etsy shop. Milliners take Japanese paper folding techniques to the next level using fabric and ribbon with great results.

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