Kempadoo Millar caps – bespoke, creative and fun!

I managed to fight through the hoards of people at the Kempadoo Millar Headwear stand at HATstock for to chat with creative founder and queen of the flatcap, Rhian Kempadoo-Millar.   Where are you based? Leeds, Yorkshire How did your millinery career begin? Studied at Leeds College of Art from 2009- 2011. Started making flat... Continue Reading →

The First but not the Last

  What an incredible day last Saturday was. The sun was shining and hat-lovers came out in force to meet, chat, laugh, buy, sell, drink coffee and generally have a lovely time to raise awareness of Brain Tumour Research. The Parkin Fabrics raffle raised £300.00 and £246 was donated at the BTR stand and Wear... Continue Reading →

Looking Back – Looking Ahead

https://youtu.be/7rJfJsfO17E The last big millinery project at Hat Works was Making Headway where a national residency project culminated in a runway show and exhibition. The project created lots of interest in hat-making and was the catalyst for the programme of courses at Hat Works which have helped over 140 people begin their journey into millinery and continues to grow from strength to strength. HATstock... Continue Reading →

What makes Siobhan Nicholson Millinery tick?

Photographer: Ellie Grace Photography, MUAH Julia Jeckell, Model Zoe Denham. Siobhan Nicholson Millinery will be exhibiting in the Milliners Showcase at HATstock as part of The Hat Stand Sheffield. Siobhan took some time out to tell us more of her story. I'm originally from Hertfordshire & first learnt millinery at The London College of Fashion.... Continue Reading →

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