All Blog Posts Tagged 'milliner' (348)

MILLINER: DEBORAH KENDALL

Recently we have seen a lot of "trending talk" about boaters being back in fashion and also the rising popularity of tweed. Well, it would appear that when it comes to being on trend…

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MILLINER: MAGDA ZGORSKA

Magda Zgorska’s fabulous designs range from glitteringly delicate beaded bridal wear, bold and bright fascinators to cute headpieces for children. With such a diverse range of clientele, Magda is an inspirational milliner who proves you can certainly wear more than one hat! By broadening her range of designs…

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MILLINER: SINYAMBO MOOLA

An African Beauty poses wearing one of the headpieces created by Zimbabwe milliner Simyambo Moola. Africa is known for its bold expressive statement in fashion. This is very often reflecting the designers cultural heritage. Strong colours and pattern are  predominant and Simyambo has incorporated the…
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MILLINER: SHARON PANOZZO

Vintage styling always offers a challenge for Illinois milliner extraordinaire Sharon Panozzo. If you follow Hat Academy Top Pics for the week most likely one of Sharons hats will be there. With 20 years of experience in millinery her focus is…

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MILLINER: ROXANA HARB

Roxana Harb is a journalist by day and a milliner at night. Living in Buenos Aires, Argentina enables her to embrace the Argentinian cultures love of fashion. How much wider could you make a hat? This is a recent collection reflective of her passion and vibrant fervour for millinery. The…

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MILLINER: AMANDA JOYNER

Milliner of Michigan, Amanda Joyner has been captivating her clients for many years with her quirky pieces. With titles such as ‘Bugging out’, C-3PO, ‘Batman Cocktail’ ‘Fruitie  Hat’ nothing is ever the same and her designs will bring on the smile each time. Amanda recently received a prestigious…

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MILLINER: GLENYS MEE

“All new and very exciting!” says says Glenys Mee from Leicester, UK as she discovers so many millinery techniques on Hat Academy Kick Starter Course. She made her first hat a few months ago…

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BACKSTAGE WITH CARRIE JENKINSON

Such a fabulous variety of bridal styling from Uk milliner Carrie Jenkinson at her latest catwalk spectacular. She takes us from the dramatic to the demure. This gallery expresses all the emotions backstage, a showing like this takes good organisation and…

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MILLINER: MARIE GALVIN

Looking for a red carpet moment on Kentucky Derby Day…look no further than GALVIN-ized Headwear of Boston. For

Milliner Marie Galvin it all started in 1998 with her first collection selling out in a few days. Her award…

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HOPPY EASTER: IVANA HOWCROFT

Easter creative fun with Purple Berry Studio milliner Ivana Howcroft of UK. “Here comes Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail….” All Ivana’s designs are hand crafted using traditional…

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MILLINER: BELLINDA HAASE

Toowoomba Milliner Bellinda Haase has completed her Winter Collection 2015. Each piece has a touch of vintage. This cute Pillbox reminiscent of the 1960s Jackie Kennedy look is made with a vintage Melusine fur felt. The…

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MILLINER: GAYE BYKOWSKI

As milliners we presume that only the finer straws make the best fashion hats but milliner Gaye Bykowski is set to prove otherwise. This hat is made with a Palmetto straw woven braid brim and a sinamay crown. This very elegant…

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MILLINER: ELENA SHVAB

Light and movement are artistic techniques that have challenged artists for centuries. Milliner and textile artist Elena Shvab of London created this hat to capture the amphoric floating forms of jellyfish with their captivating movement and ever changing form. Elena chose to use classic…

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MILLINERY: HELEN TILLEY

Helen Tilley discovered millinery by misfortune, when an expensive purchased hat fell apart! It was so poorly made Helen decided to take a Fascinator Course with a milliner to…

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MILLINER: ANEL HEYMAN

Anel Heyman of Palmerston North, New Zealand has an academic background in graphic design. Now applying these design principles to fashion she is excelling as a talented milliner. Her creations are individualistic and contain a classic beauty with timeless elegance - loved by clients globally. Recently…

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MILLINER: JILL AND JACK MILLINERY

Hat Academy sends you Red roses for St Valentine’s Day in the form of this striking red leather rose headpiece by Millinery Award 2014 winner Jill Humphries of “Jill and Jack Millinery” Melbourne, Australia. The design…
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MILLINER: LARISA

A warm cosy felt hat is the solution especially when temperatures can go as low as minus 12 degrees C. Larisa from Moldova has been creating stylish felt hats in wool and fur felt for 15 years and has set up a hat shop in her…

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MILLINER: MAOR ZABAR



Did your New Year Celebration include shrimp and caviar? Maor Zabar Hats is a couture millinery atelier from designer Maor Zabar of Tel Aviv. Every headpiece is one-of-a-kind and exquisitely handmade from the highest quality materials. Maor has mastered the art of hand felting wool to create some amazing works of wearable…
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MILLINER: DEB FANNING

It may be turning a little cool in Dublin, Ireland but milliner Deb Fanning believes it is still time for a touch of glamour. This beautiful silver fabric with pleated texture has been chosen for this cocktail hat style and Deb…

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MILLINER: EMILY MINIKEM

Just when we thought smocking was part of our past, Melbourne milliner Emily Minikem introduces smocking in millinery using one of newer millinery components – Tinalak. The grain of Tinalek and Silk Abaca lend…

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