Millinery

  • (noun): Hats for women; the wares sold by a milliner.
    Synonyms: woman's hat
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on millinery:

Prudence Millinery - A Brief History
... as a free-lance fashion stylist, she trained for several years in couture millinery ... Her hats are made in the classical manner using only traditional millinery techniques ... collection for spring 1991 under her own label, Prudence Millinery, and received orders from Bergdorf Goodman and Henri Bendel both in New York ...
Anna Ben-Yusuf - Career
... Zaida published occasional articles on millinery for Harpers Bazaar and the Ladies Home Journal. 1905 to June 1907, Anna Ben-Yusuf was an instructor in millinery at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York ... Her book, The Art of Millinery Practical Lessons for the Artiste and the Amateur was published in 1909 ...
Coty Award - Recipients of The Award - 1943-1949
... Norman Norell Special Awards Lilly Daché (millinery) John Frederics (millinery) Additional citations Hattie Carnegie (fashion designer retailer) Clare Potter (American sportswear ...
Notable Hatters and Milliners - Milliners
... Anna Ben-Yusuf wrote The Art of Millinery (1909), one of the first reference books on millinery technique ... John was an American milliner considered by some to be the millinery equivalent of Dior in the 1940s and 50s ...
Mary Brooks Picken - Publications - 1916
... Millinery Facings A Glossary of Millinery Terms, Department of Millinery Developing Hats of Braid, Department of Millinery Fancy and Draped Crowns, Department of ...

More definitions of "millinery":

  • (noun): Shop selling women's hats.
    Synonyms: hat shop