August 2012 Archive


Anna Dello Russo

Published in Fashion.

“My last passion is HEAD-PIECES…to collect them and to preserve them is a problem because they are going to die if they are not worn” – Anna Dello Russo As we look into the most influential people in millinery – we couldn’t have missed out the influences of the editor at large of Vogue Japan,… Read more »

Lady GaGa in Philip Treacy

Going GaGa for Philip Treacy

Published in News.

As Lady GaGa left her hotel in Vienna yesterday, we snapped her wearing yet another Philip Treacy hat! This time she went for Treacy’s plain black fedora adorned alongside a vintge inspired Megadeth t-shirt and Louis Vuitton bag. GaGa often teams up with Treacy – the Irish born milliner has previously hatted the worlds most eccentric heads… Read more »

Madonna earning a red bow in her early days

54 years of iconic headwear

Published in News.

Can you believe that Madonna turned 54 yesterday? We find it a difficult concept to cope with as well, probably because her eccentric wardrobe is usually reserved for people many years younger than herself. The Queen of Pop’s appearance has been re invented again and again and her wardrobe history has inspired everyone from GaGa to Katy Perry. Her… Read more »


J Smith Esquire Cut Out Cap

Published in Fashion.

‘Mister Smith is designed to be robust, accessible, affordable millinery with high design values, so everyone can have a J Smith Esquire hat’- J SMITH ESQUIRE Since 2000, London hairdresser turned milliner Justin Smith has been creating hats that are so extraordinary, they move beyond the realm of fashion accessory. His diffusion line Mister Smith… Read more »


Mark T Burke

Published in Designers.

Irish born and based milliner Mark T Burke has been hailed as one of the hot new talents in the Irish fashion industry. Winning Accessory Designer of the Year at the Golden Egg Irish Fashion Innovation Awards in March 2010, Mark has gone on to become a media favourite with his striking and feminine headwear…. Read more »