Tags archives: Millinery

  • We absolutely LOVE the amazingly vibrant, floral headdresses by Ananda Millinery, and cannot wait to see them at the QQW Kent Fair in April! Each bespoke and ready-made headdress is hand crafted using high quality silk flowers.  Bliss, self-expression and transformation are the key themes of each creation; clients are encouraged to express themselves through their choice of specific flowers, colours and the 'language of flowers'. More HERE Website HERE  
  • Ananda Millinery was inspired by trips to the Burning Man Festival. Each bespoke conceptual headdress is crafted using mostly silk and artificial flowers and foliage as a means of self-expression, transformation and an appreciation for the language and colour of the flowers. E.  anandamillinery@gmail.com T. 07960 160101 W. www.facebook.com/AnandaMillinery  
  • We are delighted to mention that items from Brighton based Vagabond Couture will be on our Wish We Were Here table at QQW. Our organiser Lesley will be sporting a headpiece kindly donated by VC too! Here's a bit more about Vagabond Couture and what they can do for you: Harnessing the power of your imagination, VC takes you on a luxurious journey into the realms of escape, freedom and expression. Celebrated for their signature feather Mohawks and soon to launch their premiere  Bridal col [...]
  • We are delighted to announce that the very talented Myriam Lengliné of La dame au beret will be exhibiting at Quaint Queer Weird on 8th September. ‘La dame au béret’ offers exquisite bespoke millinery (hats, headpieces and veils). Her models, embellished with antique and vintage fabrics, opulent ornaments and intricate trimmings are one-of-a-kind creations for brides who want originality and individuality. More info: Exhibitor La dame au béret Website: www.ladameauberet.com/
  • ‘La dame au béret' offers exquisite bespoke millinery (hats, headpieces and veils). Her models, embellished with antique and vintage fabrics, opulent ornaments and intricate trimmings are one-of-a-kind creations for brides who want originality and individuality. The bygone eras of style and elegance, tribal/folk costumes and alternative subcultures are long-standing influences of London-based Parisian milliner Myriam Lengliné. If you are into Burlesque, Cabaret, Masquerade Balls, or the Goth [...]