This Week’s Extras

Princess Tsuguko wore a chic green hat with vibrant feathered trim on February 27 to attend a UN Youth Forum in Tokyo.

Princess Hisako in a large black beret on Wednesday to open a photo exhibition and a purple silk jacquard covered hat today for the first day of the UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in Kyoto.

 

The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Scarlet tall-crowned trilby covered in guipure lace by Norwegian milliner Mona Strand
Fantastic felt fedora in the juiciest shade of orange by British milliner Dillon Wallwork
Exquisite headpiece of beaded white rolled sinamay leaves by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Black woven leather halo bandeau with back bow by Australian milliner Sophie Allport
Beret percher covered in ombre folded ribbon with feather trim by UK milliner Louise Pocock
Chocolate fedora with bias stripe hatband, stitched star and leopard underbrim by Danish brand Hornskov Hats
White paper sparterie  hat with triple layered brim and cotton organdy ruffles by London milliner Anna Stefanou
Stunning bumper and percher designs both with leather flowers from Australian milliner Jill Humphries
Adore the braid trimmed brim edge on this acid yellow design with feathers by Norwegian milliner Ingrid H. Braten
Three toned pink and white sinamay hat with Dior brim and bow by US brand Amy Jo Original Hats
Striking red take on a cloche shape with high upturned brim by Estonian milliner Emma-Elfriide Kübarad
Mint straw hat with pleated crin brim overlay and fan by British milliner Sarah Ross
Such a creative scalloped petal crown shape on this aubergine felt cap by American milliner Mamie Raynaud
Quirky shape on this navy trilby with avocado hatband by British brand Little Sister Millinery
Wonderful autumnal ombre statement in this dyed sinamay design by German milliner Ulrike Strelow

 

Sweet snaps of Prince Oscar released by the Swedish Court to mark his 5th birthday

 

Nod of respect to the Duchess of Gloucestershire who are walking 11,000 steps each day this month to highlight prostate cancer

Commonwealth day message from the Queen

Images from social media as indicated 

8 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. Here’s a better look at Princess Hisako’s velvet beret

  2. My favorites are the ombre ribbon beret by Louise Pocock and Mint hat by Sarah Ross.
    Lovely hats from the Takamado princesses. There’s a feather on Hisako’s beret?

  3. I agree with everyone about the fabulous hats worn by the Takamodo Princesses. I love the different styles and colors. I really can’t wait until the Tokyo Olympics when (I expect) we’ll get to see all the Japanese Royals in full force.

    – LOVE the orange felt fedora by British milliner Dillon Wallwork. This would look fabulous on the Queen of Orange, Maxima!
    – Great designs by Jill Humphries. I would love to see the bumper on the Duchess of Cambridge and the percher on Zara Tindall
    – What a unique design on the red cloche shape with high upturned brim by Estonian milliner Emma-Elfriide Kübarad. Princess Tsuguko would look great in this.
    – I love the 1940’s design on the navy trilby with avocado hatband by British brand Little Sister Millinery. This would look so chic on Princess Marie, Princess Sofia, Zara Tindall, Princess Charlene, or Princess Hisako.

  4. I can always rely on Hisako and Tsuguko to bring out the good hats! The lavender and purple jacquard hat is especially delightful.

    Happy International Women’s Day to all!

  5. Hooray indeed! And hooray to every other hat wearer too: let’s keep our heads up high and wear a hat!
    Thank you for featuring m’y headpiece HatQueen. I love the beret percher covered in folded petersham ribbon by Louise Pocock. Such great colour shading and technique.
    Happy International Women’s Day!

  6. Hooray for the Takamodo family, for keeping up with hat wearing in the face of general hatlessness amongst the royals! Three very different hats, too. I like Princess Tsuguko’s green hat with feathers.

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