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Pupils at Kilgraston School in Perthshire were inspired by traditional millinery techniques after spending a morning working with local milliner Sally Orr Ewing as part of their cross-curricular studies.
Sally-Ann Provan is a designer and milliner who runs The Edinburgh Hat studio in central Edinburgh. She designs and makes hats and headpieces for clients across the world to wear to weddings, Ascot, Royal garden parties and for all occasions.
The Lighthouse is currently hosting two exhibitions with a focus on craft: Starter for Six: Maker or Manufacturer? and AIR Scotland - 16.
Twelve exhibitors have been selected by an international panel of fashion and textile experts to take part in Scotland Re:Designed, a new industry led initiative aimed at championing Scotland’s modern, vibrant fashion and textile sector.
Rebecca's experiences of the PMA Craft Show
After being invited to participate in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Craft Show’s Guest Country programme, Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the 25 Scottish based makers who will be taking part in the event this November.
Following an excellent response to a call for submissions, thirty-eight makers have been selected by a panel to participate in the unite exhibition.
A headpiece designed by William Chambers was worn by Kelis on her international tour.
Millinery marked the emergence of the woman who could own property, buy and sell, sue and be sued, represent themselves in court, make contract and ‘perfom other routine commercial and legal functions.’