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Sarah Havens, a Louisville milliner, says swing dancing can be a real icebreaker.
Born in Baltimore, Erwin Hecker was the son of Lewis Hecker, a salesman, and Ella Posner Hecker, a milliner.
Hats of all shapes and sizes were big in 2017, but none were bigger than ones from Ukrainian milliner Ruslan Baginskiy.
His mother, the former Henrietta Benjamin, was a milliner and a teacher.
Future subjects include make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury, designer Mary Katrantzou, screenwriter Peter Morgan (The Crown, Frost/Nixon) and milliner Stephen Jones, so be sure to stay tuned.
Elle reports that Deacon and Stephen Jones, the milliner who designed Pippa's wedding veil, have worked together multiple times, including on the headpiece made of fake hair pictured here.
Strong winds worsen California's raging wildfires, gold is found in an unlikely part of Switzerland, and a New York milliner uses old-fashioned skill to create modern hats: These are our top stories this Thursday on CNN 10.
Guests included: milliner Stephen Jones, mother of punk and PVC designer Pam Hogg, supermodel Edie Campbell, and Georgia May Jagger, who, as the face of Fiorucci’s new campaign, was wearing the iconic Fiorucci cola-logo T-shirt.
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Origin and Etymology of milliner
First Known Use: 1530See Words from the same year
MILLINER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of milliner for English Language Learners
: a person who designs, makes, or sells women's hats
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