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Making their debut at Pitti Uomo in January were Catarzi 1910, from Italy. They offered visitors an interesting demonstration on how their plaited leather hats were made and the time involved in producing hats, using the intricate skills of their workers. Here we share their video 

Faversham Hat Festival

19th April 2014 Hello my name is Rachel, I am owner of ‘The Hat Shop’ in Faversham, Kent. Faversham is an beautiful undiscovered market town in England. I just wanted to let you know that we are having a hat festival on 19th April, a 1 day event, probably not a patch on Bridport, but…

Hat Over Heels – A free hat making day for women who have undergone hair loss

Milliners Sahar Freemantle and Katherine Ferdinand are launching a project for women who have undergone hair loss. This free hat making day will allow 15 women plus a guest to create their own cloche, turban, or other style of headwear, with the assistance of professional milliners. Held at The Institute of Making, UCL in London,…

Jean Paul Gaultier: Be My Guest Exhibition

11 April – 31 May 2014 At the Fashion Space Gallery, London Fashion Space Gallery, located at London College of Fashion, is delighted to announce Jean Paul Gaultier: Be My Guest, an exhibition of Jean Paul Gaultier’s graphic design work. Shown for the first time this exhibition will feature imagery, which he created, from the…

Brain Tumour Research Signature Brooches

Each year a limited edition signature brooch, designed by one of UK’s most creative and respected milliners, has been available – In 2012 by Philip Treacy, and in 2013 by Rachel Trevor-Morgan. The 2014 brooch by Vivien Sheriff will be available from March for a minimum suggested donation of £10. These brooches are a unique…

Hatwalk 2014

Hatwalk 2014

The Best of Irish Millinery is to be showcased at Hatwalk 2014 in support of Brain Tumour Research. Hatwalk 2014 is returning for a second year on 28th March 2014, also ‘Wear a Hat Day’, to highlight the many talented milliners designing throughout the country, while raising money for Brain Tumour Research. Hatwalk 2014 will…

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