LONDON HAT WALK | SUNDAY 7TH APRIL 2019

Posted by: Charlotte Newell on January 15, 2019

Filed under: Past Events


Whether it's a beret for every day or an elaborate piece of art for the races or a wedding, a good hat can really finish off an outfit.  

Hat Shop London

Since Atelier Millinery moved in with us in April 2017, we have seen more and more of our customers become 'hat people'.  It has been lovely seeing everyones style develop to include hats which is why we hope you can join us for London Hat Walk on April 7th to show off your wonderful hats!

London Hat Walk is part of the wonderful London Hat Week, running 4th-10th April, which is now in its 5th year.  One of the founders of London Hat Week is Georgina, owner of Atelier Millinery, so you know a good time is going to be had!  


The beauty of London Hat Walk is that it is open to anyone and everyone.  Hat makers and hat wearers from around the globe meet up to promenade with fellow hatters around iconic London landmarks.

Hat Shop London

We will meet just before 2pm outside Tate Modern on the riverside, before beginning the walk at 2pm with a backdrop of St Paul’s Cathedral and then walk along the Bankside, past the Globe Theatre and Southwark Cathedral, finishing at the Scoop near City Hall, in the shadow of Tower Bridge.

London Hat Walk should take no more than an hour beginning to end.  Of course there will be plenty of stops along the way to take pictures so please do hashtag #LondonHatWalk so we can see!  For all you passionate instagrammers and bloggers, this is going to be a great day to get excellent content.

After the walk, you can head over to the London Hat Week Supplier Fair at Guy's Hospital for millinery supply shopping.  After seeing what everyone else has on their heads you'll be bursting with inspiration! 

No need to book and it is free for all.  Now we just need to decide on our outfits...

 


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Charlotte Newell

Charlotte, aka Lottie, is an avid 1950s fan and is one the most coordinated team members we've ever had! She sews a lot in her spare time and won't tolerate a poorly fitting garment, so you know you're in safe hands with her.