Hat Shopping in London: Atelier Millinery Joins Revival Retro

We are long time friends of Atelier Millinery, from when we were neighbours in our old location of Kingly Court, just off of Carnaby Street. 

Even after we moved to our current location of Windmill Street, we found ourselves recommending their skills on a daily basis. (Hat shopping in London is a serious matter and we have never found anyone better.) They make and sell headwear for men and women for all occasions, so their gorgeous headpieces are the ideal accompaniment to our gorgeous shoes and dresses.

Whether you're looking for the finished article, a consultation for a bespoke design or the materials to make your own, you can now browse their wide range of quality supplies, bespoke pieces and specially selected ‘ready to wear’ hats in store.  They stock an extensive range of ribbons, feathers, flowers and more unusual trimmings sourced from far and wide.

Owner of Atelier Georgina started her millinery at the London College of Fashion in 2001. She set up her own label and launched a wholesale range that was stocked in Fenwick of Bond Street and a number of independent boutiques. She went on to manage Events and PR for the British Hat Guild, and recruited Joanna Lumley as patron. With a passion for sourcing unusual supplies in quantities far too large for one person and an ambition to teach millinery, one thing led to another and Atelier Millinery was born! One woman's dream has made hat shopping in London so much easier. This really dovetails beautifully with the story of how Revival founder Rowena started the business. (Ask me about that some time!)

So! If you're researching hat shopping in London then you'll be pleased to know that the hat supplies and selected ready-to-wear pieces are available to buy 11am-7pm Monday to Saturday in store. If you would like a consultation with a highly experienced milliner from the team, appointments are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Simply email hello@ateliermillinery.com or call 0207 734 3848. Thanks to Tina for modelling!

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