Hat Design Features

General Millinery Design

How Hats Stay on Royal Heads
Breaking Down the Factors that Make A Great Royal Hat: Part 1 and Part 2

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Collection Reviews

Spring Summer 2015 Gina Foster  Philip Treacy
Autumn Winter 2014 Fabienne Delvigne Nerida Fraiman Gina Foster
Lock & Co. Rachel Trevor Morgan Jane Taylor

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Royals and Their Designers

Princess Beatrix

Profile of Princess Beatrix’s hats and milliners

Queen Elizabeth

Frederick Fox Designs
Philip Somerville Designs

Rachel Trevor Morgan’s Feathered Flower hats

Angela Kelly’s Diagonal Crown hats
Angela Kelly’s Diagonally Wrapped Cloche hats
Angela Kelly’s Domed Crown & Upfolded Brim hats
Angela Kelly’s Flat Crown & Brim hats
Angela Kelly’s Hourglass hats
Angela Kelly’s Oblique Brim hats
Angela Kelly’s Split Crown hats
Angela Kelly’s Square Crown & Rolled Brim hats
Angela Kelly’s Teardrop Crown hats

Duchess of Cambridge

Profile of hats made by Jane Corbett

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Millinery Construction Videos

How It’s Made: Barbisio Wool Felt Fedoras
How It’s Made: Borsalino Hat
How It’s Made: Burgess Bowler Hat (machine made)
  How It’s Made: Ella Gajewska Hat
How It’s Made: Handmade Italian Straw Hats
How It’s Made: Paul’s Hat Works Fedora
How It’s Made: Stephen Jones Hat
How It’s Made: Suzanne Newman Hat
How It’s Made: Philip Wright Hat

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Milliner Interviews

   Jill Courtemanche
Philip Treacy
(as interviewed by Hilary Alexander)
Philip Treacy: Approach to Hat Design
Philip Treacy: Inside The Millinery Studio
Philip Treacy: The Duchess of Cornwall’s Wedding Headpiece
Philip Treacy: Orchid Hat Project
Rachel Trevor Morgan
Stephen Jones
Ian Philip Wright: How To Pick the Right Hat
Ian Philip Wright: How to Wear a Hat

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Royal Hat Special Design Features

Design Suggestions from Rachel Drewer Millinery for Hats for the 60th Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation
Queen Elizabeth and Hat Modifications: Part 1 and Part 2
Queen Silvia and a Hat Modification
Rachel Trevor Morgan’s designs for Legoland Windsor

3 thoughts on “Hat Design Features

  1. Could you put next to the designers names the royals that favours them and maybe links of photos wearing their hats?

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