This Week’s Extras

No surprise, there were no royal hats worn this week. However, a number of new millinery designs caught my eye:
Spectacular bird headpiece with vertical ombre dyed tail feathers by American milliner Tommy Cobau
The prettiest periwinkle textured picture hat with silk hatband by British milliner Rachel Trevor Morgan
Copper straw wide brimmed bergère hat with gold hatband by Australian milliner Brea Moreland
Red asymmetrical hat with graphic black and white striped hatband by Irish milliner Carol Kennelly
Pink silk bandeau with ruffles of pink and latte silk by British milliner Rachel Henry
Royal blue felt brimmed hat with bowed hatband by Brazilian milliner Graciella Starling
Adore the shape of this draped beret in printed grey felt with beaded tassel by Salzberg milliner Nadia Grubelnik

Wonderful sense of movement and lightness on this black and white felt design by London-based milliner Anna Stefanou

Fascinating shape and texture on this halo bandeau of gold and teal cut paillettes by Irish milliner Ashleigh Myles
Eggshell straw percher with glorious oversize silk flowers by Australian milliner Felicity Northeast
For our dear gents, a loden green tall crowned design (with wind cord!) by Danish brand Hornskov København
Magenta button percher with lace overlay and jinsin trim by British brand All Dunn Up Millinery
Bandeau of dusky pink leather flowers by Australian milliner Kylie Heagney
Edgy black straw trilby with double chain hatband by British milliner Victoria Carson
One of the most spectacular undersides to a hat I can remember. By Australian milliner Carla Murley.

4 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. I am swooning over Anna Stefanou’s black and white felt that won second place in the Feltmaker’s Design Award. And I’m off to google what could had topped it for first place!

  2. – The copper straw wide brimmed boater by Brea Moreland is very funky. I could see Princess Beatrice in this.
    – Carol Kennelly has been doing such amazing work. Her jewelled headpieces have been spectacular and this red, asymmetrical hat with graphic black and white striped hatband is just gorgeous! This is a bold hat and I could see it on either Queen Mathilde or Queen Maxima.
    – I’m intrigued by the pink silk bandeau with ruffles of pink and latte silk by Rachel Henry. I would love to see it on an actual person as I suspect a fabulous hairstyle would complement it. Maybe CP Mette-Marit?
    – the teardrop percher covered in pink feathers with trailing flower feather vine by Jill Humphries would look so great on Zara Tindall.
    – I love the bandeau by Ashleigh Myles. The shape, color and texture is fantastic and would look great on either of the York Princesses.
    – The trilby by Victoria Carson is wonderful. I think it looks more green or blue than black. Whatever color it is, it looks great. I love to see this on Princess Charlene.
    – The Carla Murley is spectacular. I can see either Princess Haya or the Countess of Wessex wear this.

    Happy Birthday Princess Mette-Marit!

  3. Such beautiful new designs! The Gillys Millinery creation is perfect with the dress, coordinating without falling into the dreaded “matchy” look. Since Queen Margrethe has worn Mathilde Førster‘s designs, I’m imagining the trilby for her. And I share HatQueen’s appreciation of the knotted texture of Sally Casewell‘s fedora. And I’ll take the RTM picture hat (and an occasion to wear it!), please and thank you.

  4. Lovely new hats especially the teardrop percher covered in pink feathers by Jill Humphries. Very spring-like and has such exuberant movement! Also many happy returns of the day to HRH Crown Princess Mette-Merit on her 47th birthday!

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