All Blog Posts Tagged 'millinery' (70)

THE SPINDLE: ROYAL ASCOT EXPERIENCE

Join Noeleen Kish on her millinery adventure to Royal Ascot!

Royal Ascot has been on my wish list for hat wearing events for such a long time and I was delighted to have the opportunity to attend ladies day this year. It just happened to be a relative's milestone birthday in London around the same time as Royal Ascot, making it a great…

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THE SPINDLE: FACE SHAPES PART ONE

As a milliner you have probably heard people say from time to time "Hats don't suit me!" Or something along those lines... but the truth is... hats are for everyone! It's simply just a matter of finding the right style!

As we all know there are more styles of hats than there are face shapes and so it only seems fitting that one compliments the other! In the first of a two part series we show the first three…

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THE SPINDLE: FRENCH FLOWERMAKING SANDBAG

Create your own sand bag ready to hand tool each petal in the French Flowermaking Lessons. View this free video for full instructions along with a downloadable pattern.…

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MILLINER: VICTORIA JANE

Millinery is the perfect way ‘Victoria Jane Millinery’ can express a love of art into craft and design. Using print and embroidery and often inspirations from architecture, each headpiece is uniquely embellished. The unusual shapes chosen for blocking or hand sculpting are often based on the 1940s era…

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My Winning Hat from the Inaugural Queen's Plate Millinery Design Competition, July 6, 2014



This is the hat that won first place in the inaugural Queen's Plate Millinery Design Competition at Woodbine Racetrack, July 6, 2014. I designed and made it. I was a millinery student trained at George Brown College invited to compete and one of… Continue

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HAT HINT: FLOWER FOCUS

As you create your own flowers whether from straw or silk what is the most important feature to make an attractive flower?
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MILLINER: FANCY ROSE

Easter Sunday has always meant a special outfit and hat for Texas milliner, Fancy Rose. This is a significant family tradition handed down through the generations. Easter 2014 was no exception. Rose created not only the hat but the white two piece suit, hat pin and clutch bag. Well done Rose and you look amazing!…

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NEW: GIFT CARDS

Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Share the gift of hat making, kickstart a millinery journey with a Hat Academy Gift Card!
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MILLINER: CHESLEY ANTOINETTE

Can you guess what the unusual components are that have been used to create this sculptured headpiece. Chesley Antionette has a passion for art and fashion and combines everyday materials to create  sustainable headwear.  Check out how Chesley uses electrical tape, foam flex, construction fencing, washers, mini…

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ALBUM: COLORFUL FASCINATORS

Find in this featured album an assortment of colorful one of a kind handmade fascinators, made with flowers, feathers and bows created by Reve Maxeville.

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Gorgeous spring racing hats selling fast

Lisa Schaefer Millinery's exclusive new spring collection www.lsmillinery.com.au

Derby Day Hats in black and white, as well as bright colours for this seasons Spring Racing Carnival Millinery selling now.

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THE COUTURE HAT- what is it really?

In millinery COUTURE has its own place I should say.

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HAT CLASSES: BUCKRAM WITH FABRIC

Mastering the inclusion of fabric will enable you to create  hats to co-ordinate with a clients outfits.  It allows you to create one off styles as there is a greater range of pattern & texture. Lesson 17 features the use of buckram with fabric, this class gives you unlimited possibilities.…

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MILLINER: RAINA LEHMANN

Hats can make you feel special and good about yourself especially when you receive all those beautiful compliments! This is a driving force behind the couture millinery of London based milliner, Raina Lehmann. Having  previously worked under John Boyd, Philip Treacy, JSmith Esquire and Jane Taylor…

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MILLINER: BUTTERFLY BRILLIANCE

Butterflies in full flight bring this cocktail hat by Anna Zhakova to life. Anna markets her headwear under the "Zhaki Hats" label in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Her work is highly sort after and included in fashion shows.  …

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MILLINER: UNREEL

After completing a two year Millinery Course at Leeds College of Art, Roseanna has her eyes set on a full time career as a professional milliner. This purple fur hat has been sculpted into the shape and covered with faux leather petals and an ostrich quill. Such a great location for a photo shoot - the projection room…

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MILLINER: OVER THE MOON

Johanna Guerin trained under the tutelage of renowned Australian milliner, Elizabeth R. She developed and refined her skills in the traditional methods of model millinery and blocking, which gave her the foundations on which to create her own millinery style whilst further developing her interest in costume and soft-prop…

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Great to be included into The Hat Academy

Lisa Schaefer Millinery is a new bespoke millinery business specializing in hats for the races, special occasions and bridal head pieces, please check out my new website http://lsmillinery.com.au…

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Milliner: MILLINERY HERITAGE

Millinery is a family profession for Modystka La Dame and it all started with her grandmother in 1933. Her family always dressed formally with a hat on, so her move to create her millinery business in Leszno, Poland was a natural progression. She admits it is hard work but that is outweighed by the satisfaction in creating a…

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