Edwina Ibbotson

Edwina started her Millinery business in 1991, and has been working from her shop in Battersea, London for the last 19 years.
She studied millinery at The Fashion Institute (FIT) New York and The London College of Fashion, as well as doing private classes with some of the world’s finest...Read more

Justin Smith

Justin Smith graduated from the Royal College of Art, with an MA in Millinery after studying the discipline for 6 years.  He started the J Smith Esquire brand in 2007 and since then has created seventeen hat collections, most recently “Gold” in summer 2017. 

Justin has been involved with...Read more

Karen Henriksen

Karen Henriksen brings a milliner's aesthetic and craftsmanship to everyday headwear, combining a singular approach to design and pattern-cutting with a passion for beautiful and practical (mostly British) fabrics. Her hats are instantly recognisable, striking a carefully considered balance...Read more

Philip Treacy

Exquisite handcrafted sculptural masterpieces showcase the fantastical imagination of this quietly spoken Irishman who, for over 25 years has created couture hats that draw admiration and surprise in equal measure and transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. Philip Treacy has been...Read more

Stephen Jones

Born in Cheshire, and schooled in Liverpool, Stephen Jones burst on to the London fashion scene during its explosion of street style in the late seventies. By day, he was a student at St Martins; after dark he was one of that era's uncompromising style-blazers at the legendary Blitz nightclub -...Read more

Harvy Santos

Harvy Santos is a London-based milliner who creates hats and couture headpieces that fuse traditional techniques with new materials, and timeless elegance with 21st century fun. Featuring exquisite details and fine lines, his fearless fashion pieces are all unique creations entirely handmade...Read more

Jane Smith

Jane Smith started making hats for theatre and film in 1968, and works in felt, straw, buckram, plastic and fabric in her London studio. A leading figure in theatrical millinery, she makes uniform caps and hats, naval bicornes, chapeau bras, top hats and many more. Her work features widely in...Read more

Jo Miller

Jo Miller studied an MA in Millinery at the Royal College of Art after retraining from a
background in Fine Art. Upon graduating she went on to work for three years in Stephen Jones’
model department, honing her millinery skills and understanding of the industry.
In 2015 she...Read more

Paul Stafford

Paul Stafford holds an MA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, which forms the basis for his scientific and engineered approach to construction. He trained in traditional technique under Rachel Trevor-Morgan (milliner to HRH The Queen) developing an attention to the finest...Read more

Piers Atkinson

Piers Atkinson launched his first collection of luxury, handmade headpieces in 2008, the collection contained elements of his roots; from fashion and theatre to sculpture and the wild, energetic excesses of the London club scene. Piers creates a new collection of couture pieces each season. Each...Read more

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This London Craft Week, explore under the bonnet of British craftsmanship with an exhibition of millinery inspired by the elegance and artistry that go into building a luxury Bentley motorcar. Curated by Rachel Trevor Morgan, Edwina Ibbotson and Noel Stewart, this showcase brings together work...

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Noel Stewart

Noel Stewart

Noel Stewart is a London based milliner with international status.

Taking inspiration from contemporary art and architecture whilst using his extensive skills, he modernises millinery and creates a fresh and elegant approach to how we dress the head. Noels collections for men and women...Read more

Rachel Trevor-Morgan

Established in 1990, Rachel Trevor-Morgan has built a thriving and successful millinery business. Rachel operates from her 17th century atelier in London St James's where she delivers private client commissions. Her mission is to provide her clients with the perfect hat or headpiece. She is...Read more

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Vesna Pesic

Vesna’s practice is concerned with questioning the traditional use of materials and the accepted concept of beauty. She creates poetical and abstract pieces in a variety of materials mixing millinery craftsmanship with other disciplines.

After receiving Harold Tillman Scholarship in 2009...Read more