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Position Vacant – SENIOR HEADWEAR DESIGNER – Vivien Sheriff

Vivien Sheriff is looking for an experienced Senior Headwear Designer who is passionate about what they do, has a strong commercial sense and the drive to run with exciting new opportunities brought about by the recent expansion of the product range. In addition to designing and overseeing day to day studio production, experience of managing…

Friday May the 26th – Monday 26th June From a wearable wasp to a buzzing bouquet of bees, and from textile taxidermy bell-jars to millinery moths, milliner and textile artist Bridget Bailey explores the world of insects. At the ‘Inspired by ….gallery’ The Moors National Park Centre, Lodge Lane, Danby, Whitby YO21 2NB

New Exhibition open at Hat Works – Hats Amazing!

This week sees the opening of a brand new exhibition at Hat Works, the UK’s only museum dedicated to the hatting industry, hats and headwear. Hats Amazing is an exhibition uncovering hats, memories and interests. It explores Stockport Museums’ vast treasure of hatting artefacts that were hidden away in storage and that have never been…

Positions Vacant at Herbert Johnson

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The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers of London Design Award 2016

The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers of London Design Award 2016 Applications are invited: from fashion students; from approved colleges; and employees of a trainee or apprentice status working in the headwear industry. This year applicants are also welcome to enter the competition within 2 years of completing their millinery studies, or starting their own millinery…

How to Make a Trilby – Millinery Workshop with Jane Taylor

How to Make a Trilby One Day Course- Millinery Workshop. All levels of skill welcomed. Description: Using pre blocked crowns and brims we will make a wire edge, put crown and brim together, head fit and trim. You will be shown how to block the crown and brim, and due to drying times you will…

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