Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Migration, Trends coming in for 2015

Racing Fashion loves Philip Treacy for McQueen

Racing Fashion is always trying to innovate and push personal and social boundaries further.  London Hat Week has introduced to some amazing Millinery artists and opened the door to opportunity to meet and others to see their work.
Currently Racing Fashion is under migration that means the site is being updated and going to be quicker, more content and easier than ever before to navigate.
Unfortunately this means it will be in the current state until all has been finalised, but make sure you stay up with stories that have been written in the past.  Great Hints and Tips.
Meanwhile I will be keeping Blogspot and  'hats have it' blogspot open for Millinery.

I am really excited to be heading back to Royal Ascot in June to be talking further with designers and Milliners and especially students wishing to have their work Internationally showcased.  I am hoping that through my love of Millinery and Racing Fashion in conjunction with the dear Monique Lee, we can keep correspondence on students, Milliners and Designers and Showcase together.  Mind you, let me hope that customs UK is a little easier and cheaper.  It is an expensive mission, but something I adore.  If someone gave my child the opportunity to showcase, I would jump at the opportunity for them.

Over the next week, Racing Fashion will be exploring the trends Internationally and how Kentucky Derby stack up to Australia, Dubai and Royal Ascot.  Who we are following and why?

For a teaser ahead, we have the delight of Philip Treacy for Alexander McQueen, there is going to be huge trends coming through from United Kingdom, seeing how the United States stacks up in comparably and see leading designers that dress Royalty and the Aristocracy.

Racing Fashion has never been so exciting and the major "BUZZ" is Art and Pristine Princess as shown above, we will be exploring cutting edge couture and wild art headpieces.

"What you wear on your head is always more than a HAT; it is meant to be a statement of your personality." 

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