Our Autumn programme of workshops is now available and we are excited to have Bridget Bailey of Bailey Tomlin with us again. Bridget will be sharing her secrets about making flowers. This is something that people ask us about all the time so we hope that you will book early to avoid disappointment!
Atelier Millinery’s Fascinator workshop based on our tried and tested ‘recipes’ has proved very popular. We have added to our repertoire so you can do it all over again and learn something new every time.
Friend of the boutique, April-Sarah is back again to teach the Clutch Bag workshop – a must for all those weddings and Autumn outings. We are also looking forward to her new masterclass in beaded headdresses and details will follow soon with a date in December.
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Millinery Starter Kits
These cleverly compiled sets of millinery basics including thread in a variety of colours are now on sale in our boutique in Kingly Court.
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Sarah’s pre-Ascot sale is underway at the boutique.
Hats and headpieces are discounted by 50-70% so get ahead of the pack and get your Ascot winner now…
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Atelier Millinery is delighted to host a series of masterclasses to celebrate our second year at Kingly Court.
Sarah Cant will be teaching her special technique for making fabric-covered bases with trimmings.
Bridget Bailey will be sharing her very clever design of the iconic Bailey Tomlin pea pod with students.
Alva has developed a brand new course for Atelier Millinery using upcycling techniques for maximum texture.
Judy Bentinck will show you how to make light work of fabric flower production – by popular request.
Our own Tina Giuntini will hold our first two day workshop making classic pillboxes in sinamay with a clever trim.
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Cloche hats might make you think of the Roaring Twenties but they are alive and very much in vogue in 2010!
Our new Cloche Hat Course is proving very popular. A customer even tried to buy the cloche lovingly created by one of our students because it was so good – not that we like to boast on their behalf …
See below for recent examples then CLICK HERE for course booking details.
We started to realise recently what a wide range of people enrol on our classes at Atelier Millinery.
Londoners are regulars at Kingly Court, of course, but we meet people from all over the world. They have in common an interest in hats and in learning something new – apart from that, they couldn’t be more different. We have taught burlesque performers, dentists, solicitors, cabin crew, bankers, civil servants, doctors, students, teachers,designers, ladies of leisure and many aspiring milliners.
We wonder who we will meet next…
Below are some great examples of work from this week’s students:
Here’s a very interesting blog you might like to read. We could be biased as it is all about Atelier Millinery!
We met ‘Red Legs in Soho’ when she was busy being a lady about town.
Carole Denford, Editor of ‘The Hat’ magazine celebrated with us at the launch of our boutique in May and then joined us again recently to see one of our creative classes in full swing.
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Two more lovely panamas from Atelier students this weekend. This time we went for floral prints.
We are pleased to announce that our courses are now timetabled up to the end of October 2010.
Please click here to see images of examples of what you can make, course descriptions and the timetable.
Festive courses will begin in November and planning is underway to bring you some very exciting ideas for gifts and decorations. We will send out an alert as soon as the Festive timetable is complete.