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Hat Shop Madison: An interview with Monika Stebbins, owner of New Jersey’s Hat Shop Madison.
Hat of the Month: A handmade shot silk headpiece by millinery student Bethany White.
Spartre, Old and New: A comparison of European and Japanese spartre by Rachel E. Pollock.
Melbourne Cup Carnival: 2018 Myer Fashions on the Field competition winners and new digital format.
Ribbon cutting advice.
Cover: Headpiece by Rebecca Share. Image by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images for the VRC
Millinery Meet-up 2018: A report from the popular American hat making event.
Hat of the Month: A vintage beaded bridal headpiece by Anna Gilder.
Double Diagonal Headband Trim: A folded Petersham headband tutorial by Jan Wutkowski.
Chapeau 2018: The annual hat and accessories trade show in Moscow, Russia.
Straw braid quilling advice.
An Interview with Jan Wutkowski: In conversation with American hat designer and Millinery Meet-up co-founder.
Hat of the Month: A pleated jinsin saucer hat by Nirali Rangwala of Maaneh Millinery in India.
Hats on the Catwalk: Faustina Amaefuna at the Anambra Fashion Show & Awards.
Straw Plait Flower Tutorial (Part 2): Recreate a 1960s straw flower ornament with costume expert Lynn McMasters.
Hat Week Australia: Peggy Stone reports back from Australia’s new millinery event.
Hat of the Month: A closer look at Laura Del Villaggio’s hummingbird cover hat.
Straw Plait Flower Tutorial – Part 1: Recreate a 1960s straw flower ornament with costume expert Lynn McMasters.
Birdcage Veiling Advice.
John Boyd MBE: Words of wisdom from the late Mr Boyd.
Hat of the Month: A Royal Ascot hat by Elaine Humble of Dimesso Designs.
The Millinery Association of Australia: New Patron and the 2018 Design Award Winners.
New Millinery Materials: A look at three innovative material ranges from LilyM Millinery Supplies.
Royal Ascot 2018 Millinery Style and Hat Fashion.
The Suffragettes: Millennial rebels: Hats to celebrate women’s voting rights from milliner Claire Strickland.
Hat of the Month: A blocked veiling headpiece by Tina Hemlock Coyne of Elizabeth Christina Design.
The Diorabella Tutorial : Learn how to make a pleated jinsin hat with Australian milliner Catherine Ellen.
Queen’s Plate 2018: Looking ahead to Canada’s premier horse race with David Dunkley Fine Millinery.
Kentucky Derby 2018: Churchill Downs style report from Briana Mott of Fashion at the Races.
Hat of the Month: A sustainable golden halo by Chloë Haywood.
Come Rain or Come Shine: Two springtime hat walks in Spain.
Ribbon PomPom Tutorial: Make a velvet ribbon hat decoration with Lynn McMasters.
Tip: Curling goose biot feathers.
London Hat Week: Reporting back from LHW18.
Hat of the Month: An award winning Dubai World Cup headpiece by Charlotte Hudders.
How to Make Abaca Silk Leaves: A step-by-step guide from expert flower maker Anne Tomlin.
Rencontres Internationales du Chapeau: The winners of the 2018 Chazelle sur Lyon hat competition.
Monique: A profile of designer and marketing expert Monique Lee Hylands-White.
Hats of the Month: Spotlighting the winners of Ireland’s HATWALK 2018 Design Awards.
Feather Pom Pom Tutorial: An easy to follow feather tutorial by Lynn McMasters.
Melbourne International Millinery Competition: A look at this year’s MIMC winners.
Uncharted: An international fashion collaboration between Goorin Bros. and Hill Hats.
Hats of the Month: A closer look at the HATalk Competition winners and the people who made them.
Feather Burning Techniques: A step-by-step feather tutorial by Lynn McMasters.
How to secure headpieces discreetly.
SHAPOH.com: An interview with Suzy Buckley Woodward.
Hat of the Month: Another Melbourne Cup hat by Lisa Alexander Design.
Asociación de Sombrereros: Details of the Spanish Hat Association’s winter events.
Gathered Velvet Rose Tutorial: A quick and easy project by Lynn McMasters.
Advice on reviving feathers.
East Village Hats: An interview with Julia Emily Knox.
Hat of the Month: An award-winning hat by Australian milliner Carole Maher.
Block & Sew a Sinamay & Straw Hat: A hat making tutorial by Jenny Pfanenstiel of Formé Millinery.
Hattensdag 2017: A report from Norway’s millinery meet-up and Hat Day
Millinery wire guidance from Petershams Millinery Supplies.
Pantone 2018 Color of the Year
2017 Melbourne Cup Carnival: Australia’s foremost racing fashion event.
Hat of the Month: A multicultural headpiece by Kizzy McKeown.
Lomax & Skinner: An interview.
Felt Trilby Tutorial: A step-by-step project guide from Lomax & Skinner.
Book Review: Millinery, The Art of Hat-Making
Advice on curling felt brim edges.
Veronica Marucci Chapeaux: Handmade in Paris.
Hat of the Month: A Victorian reproduction by Sharon Panozzo.
How to Make a Silk Abaca bow: A tutorial by British milliner Justine Bradley-Hill.
Mut zum Hut: Ruth Eberz reports back from Neuburg an der Donau.
Herald & Heart: An interview with hat shop manager Sophie Dallison.
Hat of the Month: A double-brimmed felt hat by Cassandra Jackson.
Bridport Hat Festival 2017: Milliners and Hatters Open Competition winners.
Abaca Silk Rose Tutorial: A step-by-step guide from expert flower maker Anne Tomlin.
Handing Over the Braids: Hatters Millinery Supplies new ownership.
The British School of Millinery: Headdress Competition Winners.
Feather Fashions: Millinery & the Plume Trade.
Ethical Millinery: UK hat brand Warrillow goes vegan.
Vegan Feather Tutorial: Rachel Warrillow shows you how to make sinamay and fabric feathers.
Hat of the Month: A sinamay hat by Olushola Christine Adeyanju in Nigeria.
Les Estivales du Chapeau 2017: The winners of this year’s French hat making competition.
Advice on sourcing ethical millinery supplies.
The Hat Shop NYC: An interview with Linda Pagan.
Hat of the Month: A classic downturned sinamay hat by Rita Crosby.
2017 NHV Hat Competition: A close up look at the winning hats.
Lady Mary Hair Pin Tutorial: Denise Innes-Spencer’s step-by-step guide to making a bridal hair pin.
Where to buy millinery trimmings in New York City.
An interview with New York City milliner Ellen Christine Colon-Lugo.
Hat of the Month: An award-winning Kentucky Oaks headpiece by Cynthia Jones-Bryson.
Lallu Chic Fashion Show: Hania Bulczyńska’s stunning Polish catwalk event.
How to Make a Veiled Sinamay Cocktail Hat by Molly Bunce.
From Hearts to Hats: Denise Innes Spencer’s new tiara making book.
Instructions for making a wooden hat display stand.
Royal Ascot 2017 Millinery Style and Hat Fashion.
Sew on the Go: A crafting adventure by Mary Jane Baxter.
Hat of the Month: A freeform felt piece by Ana Espina.
The Headwear Association: Reporting back from the 109th Annual Dinner in New York City.
Passejada amb Barret 2017: Strolling with a Hat in Barcelona.
Make an EVA Foam Orchid: Step-by-step instructions from expert maker Galina Kofod.
Hattin’ Around Hat Cases.
An Interview with Anne Tomlin: Learn more about the co-founder of the Bailey Tomlin millinery label.
Hat of the Month: A hat with a story by Cynthia Marek Lundeen.
Burnt Organza Flower Tutorial: A trimming project by Mary Jane Baxter.
HATstock 2017: Becky Weaver reports back from HATStock at Hat Works.
Ana Bella Millinery: A London Fashion Week debut.
Hats of the Month: A nine hat collaboration by the Funtastic Milliners International Group.
Bloomsbury Belle: A cut-n-sew cloche project by Mary Jane Baxter.
How to Cut a Felt Brim: Tips for using a Guy Morse-Brown brim cutting wheel.
The Melbourne International Millinery Competition: Details of the 2017 MIMC winners.
2016 HATalk Competition Winners.
Hats of the Month: Whimsical Precision by Sarah Sokol Millinery.
Curled Feather Fan Tutorial: a feather project by Lynn McMasters.
Wear a Hat Day Partnership: Stephen Jones and Hobbycraft.
Justine Gillingham Millinery: Hand-painted thermoplastic headpieces from Australia.
Hat of the Month: A Valentine-inspired felt beret by Rachel Warrillow.
Supplier Spotlight: Walter Reginald Leather
How to Cut a Felt Brim: Tips for using a Guy Morse-Brown brim cutting wheel.
Advice on the best type of pins for millinery.