Spring Summer 2020 and The Royal Ascot Style Guide

So spring in the millinery industry is looking very different this year….with the UK in lock down and events cancelled it is still unclear if we will see the social season at all…..more a case of social distancing season…

But we always work ahead of the season, so our Spring / Summer collection is already done and dusted and the Royal Ascot Style Guide is already published (featuring us for the second year in a  row!) and we have delivered a collection exclusively for Fenwicks of Bond Street…….

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The Royal Ascot Style Guide

First, we are all here in the background doing a happy dance as we share this amazing news with you!

We are thrilled to announce that Beverley Edmondson Millinery is featured in this year’s 2019 Royal Ascot style guide! For any milliner this is one of the highest accolades to achieve.  Continue reading “The Royal Ascot Style Guide”

Royal Ascot 2018

We love Royal Ascot and the fun that it brings! After the excitement of the Royal Wedding hats were very much in people’s mind earlier in the season this year and we knew we would be on for a fun filled Ascot season. Ascot time as most milliners call it is what we live and breathe for in the UK, it’s the same as Christmas for most other product-based businesses. My life certainly revolves around Ascot and the summer season within the Beverley Edmonson workroom and shop.

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Stolen Hat Saga

In early May we had a hat stolen from the shop. It was quite large and covered in rose gold sequins from our signature collection, priced at £315. It wasn’t one that could had hidden behind something else very easily or lost within our shop.

We worked out a time frame that it must have disappeared after searching high and low after which we decided to report it to the police. Unfortunately our CCTV hadn’t picked up anything clear enough. We reported it to the police just for the thought that it is a one off and a very stand out piece so if it was worn at Ascot it may well be seen and spotted on TV, so if we had a crime number it would help us further down the line. Essentially the police just recorded it as an open and shut case with a crime number as there was nothing else they could peruse at the time.

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