Find your perfect hat at 'Chapeau!' on Mount Street, an exclusive hat pop-up running from 1 May to 15 June.

Curated by esteemed milliners from The British Hat Guild, this month-long pop-up will celebrate British craftsmanship, featuring the exquisite work of more than 10 diverse designers. 

Buy hats and headwear from big-name milliners, including Stephen Jones, Alexandra Harper, Edwina Ibbotson, Giulia Maher, Grainne Maher, Judy Bentinck, Lisa Tan, Martha Lynn, Sarah Cant, Victoria Grant, Jenny Roberts, and Lomax & Skinner. 

Shoppers can expect to find an elegant selection of hats and headwear, perfect for Royal Ascot, summer weddings, and the summer social season.

Further details to follow.

Location: 9 Mount St, London W1K 3NG

Opening times: The pop-up will be open from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, and on Sundays and bank holidays from 11am to 4pm. 

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Meet the milliners

Alexandra Harper

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London-based milliner Alexandra Harper designs and produces statement hats, headpieces and bridal headwear. Blending expert knowledge of classic millinery with innovative techniques, superior craftsmanship and a directional vision, Alexandra’s luxury headwear exudes pioneering style and individuality. All Alexandra Harper creations are made by hand in the UK, with the finest quality materials. Since its inception, the brand has dressed a vast international clientele and has featured in a number of publications including, Vogue Germany, Vogue Russia, Grazia, The Los Angeles Times, Marie Claire and Interview Magazine.
Instagram: @alexandraharpermillinery

Edwina Ibbotson

Edwina brings a unique passion to her craftsmanship; each piece is handmade and created with the individual client in mind. In order to preserve the bespoke design, machines are not used, hats are hand stitched with the upmost care, making her one of the top British couture milliners.

Her style ranges from classic to elaborate fashion designs. Although the most important part of a hat to Edwina, is the silhouette. She loves feminine lines and creates hats that are beautiful from all angles.
Instagram: @edwinaibbotson

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Giulia Mio

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Giulia Mio is an Italian, award winning couture milliner devoted to making hats and headpieces from the finest materials, with an immaculate finish. Her hats and headpieces are sculptural, delicate, feminine, and elegant. Her style is the result of a blend between Fashion and observation of Nature, with a significant influence coming also from Fine Arts, with her love for the unexpected and uncanny. She studied Set and Costume design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and Milan.
Instagram: @giulia.mio.millinery

Gráinne Maher

Gráinne Maher is a couture milliner and accessories designer based in Belfast, most recently adding art fabric and wallpaper designs to her portfolio. She is the curator of the Irish Millinery Collective, and in recent weeks has started a ‘Hat chats’ series on her IGTV. Awards include Ulster Tatler Fashion Designer of the Year, and her work has been worn by personalities such as Sarah Ferguson the Duchess of York, Selena Gomez and Alexandra Burke.

She has shown her collections at London Fashion Week over several seasons at FASHIONSCOUT and her millinery work has appeared in press worldwide including ELLE UK,, Harper’s Bazaar China, Irish Times magazine and EDITORIAL NY.
Instagram: @grainnemaherdesign

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Jenny Roberts

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Jenny Roberts is a Yorkshire-based milliner who has over 20 years’ experience in fashion styling and millinery. Her handcrafted designs range from elegantly understated to wildly elaborate. She prides herself on a high standard of workmanship to create headwear which flatters and enhances her clients.

Her designs have featured on the front page of ‘The Times,’ adorned many fashion publications and she was recently presented in ‘Tatler’ as ‘The Best Milliner in Yorkshire’. In 2015 she launched ‘The School of Millinery’ offering both in person and virtual tuition. She has gained an international reputation for her high standard of teaching and enthusiasm for sharing her skills.
Instagram: @jennyrobertsmillinery

Judy Bentinck

After an initial career in theatre costume design, Judy trained in the craft of couture millinery with Rose Cory, Royal Warrant holder. Judy established her eponymous brand at Cockpit Arts where she has built a loyal following since 2002. Clients include celebrities and dignitaries.

Judy teaches professional millinery skills in her studio and at Central St Martin's in London. She has also demonstrated at the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Museum of London. Judy's informative book "Designing and Making Hats and Headpieces" is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to many key millinery techniques.
Instagram: @judybentinckmilliner

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Lisa Tan

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London-based Lisa Tan creates elegant, sculptural designs using traditional millinery techniques and materials. A long-time supporter of horseracing, racing millinery is Lisa’s specialty and her unique knowledge of racewear is sought-after in the UK, US and Australia by clients, stylists, and media alike. Her hats are frequently worn at the most prestigious meetings on the racing calendar, and she has been a regular contributor of racing fashion commentary for Channel 4, ITV, World Horse Racing, and the Nick Luck Daily podcast. She collaborates regularly with high street brand Coast, designing fashion and millinery collections created specifically for the special event season.
Instagram: @ltmillinery

Lomax & Skinner

Lomax and Skinner do more than just make exquisite hats. With a deep knowledge and understanding of their craft Sarah Lomax and Rachel Skinner design and create contemporary millinery, rich in form and shape yet thoughtful in design, their pieces supremely capturing and highlighting natural confidence.

With backgrounds in fashion and art the pair met in the New Bond Street workrooms of the late Frederick Fox. Learning their trade making hats for The Queen, other members of the royal family and celebrity clients, the traditional millinery methods and meticulous attention to detail inspired and informed their working practices.
Instagram: @lomaxandskinner

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Martha Lynn

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Martha Lynn is a young and passionate milliner, whose handmade creations fuse the traditional elements of millinery with a modern edge. Martha grew up spending time in her mother’s painting studio in the west of Ireland. She went on to complete a degree in Fine Art, specialising in sculpture at the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology. Following her graduation, Martha worked as a 3D visual artist for an architectural company in Dublin but realised her passion for millinery after studying under renowned Irish milliner, Ms. Aileen Keogan. In 2010, Martha spent some time in London interning with both Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones. She went on to open her own millinery studio in Dublin and moved to London in 2016.
Instagram: @marthalynnmillinery

Sarah Cant

Sarah Cant is a couture milliner devoted to making hats and headpieces from the finest materials, with an immaculate finish. Originally from California, Sarah trained in millinery at Kensington and Chelsea College. After her training, she worked for Stephen Jones before establishing her own label in 2003. Sarah’s hats are worn by stylish race goers, wedding guests, and members of the royal family. She produces seasonal collections of occasion hats and headpieces and takes bespoke orders. Her works features regularly in the Royal Ascot Style Guide and Fenwick’s Ascot Collective. In 2010, Sarah published Hats! Making Classic Hats and Headpieces in Fabric, Felt and Straw.
Instagram: @sarahcantmillinery

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Stephen Jones OBE

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Stephen Jones burst on to the London fashion scene during its explosion of street style in the late seventies. By day, he was a student at St Martins; after dark he was one of that era's uncompromising style-blazers at the legendary Blitz nightclub - always crowned with a striking hat of his own idiosyncratic design. By 1980, Jones had opened his first millinery salon in the heart of London's Covent Garden, where everyone from Boy George to Diana, Princess of Wales, identified Jones as the milliner who would help them make arresting headlines. Forty years later, Jones's celebrity clientele includes Rihanna, Mick Jagger, and the princesses. Now, as ever, at the forefront of fashion, his beguiling hats routinely grace the most celebrated magazine covers and enliven window displays of the world's most stylish stores.
Instagram: @stephenjonesmillinery

Victoria Grant

Established in 2011, Victoria Grant is hailed for being a key contributor to the enduring popularity of the British Millinery scene. Victoria’s passion for British Heritage and culture is clearly evident in her design and aesthetic. Victoria Grant’s exclusive clients include Madonna, Anna Dello Russo, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Cara Delevingne to name a few, and her works are regularly featured with Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Victoria believes that hats ought to be worn, even without occasion, and advocates that every woman should embrace them as though they would be an everyday statement accessory. Victoria creates Bespoke and Bridal headwear for stylish women all over the world, who visit the Notting Hill Showroom to have bespoke pieces created for parties, weddings, red-carpet events horse races and other high society events throughout the year.
Instagram: @victoriagrant

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