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Philip Treacy: Hats of the Twenty-First Century by Philip Treacy

The work of one of the most influential and innovative hat designers of this century. Philip Treacy’s career over the last two decades has been prolific and high-profile. A visual delight, this book shares Treacy’s favorite designs in 250 striking photographs, curated by Treacy himself, and showcases his collaborations and personal relationships. Treacy has said, “Every hat I have ever made has begun in my mind as a photograph. I can see it on the model, at the right angle, before I even begin.” Indeed, his hats have been photographed by the most iconic image makers of our time, including Patrick Demarchelier, Richard Avedon, Steven Meisel, Mario Testino, Bruce Weber, and Irving Penn. And his hats have been modeled on equally famous heads, ranging from Grace Jones and Lady Gaga to the Duchesses of Cornwall and Devonshire.  
Since his early friendships with Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen, Treacy’s imaginative designs have been a synthesis of art and fashion, with materials ranging from silk and lace to Plexiglas and leather, trimmed with feathers or Swarovski crystals. Combining luxury and sophistication, his work has helped shape modern fashion. This first, highly personal book is a glamorous tour through Treacy’s world, and documents how a hat can evoke the magic of life and speak to the transformative power of fashion.
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Inside hat designer Philip Treacy's studio

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Welcome to Tatler. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can opt out at any time or find out more by reading our cookie policy. It was the hat that birthed a thousand memes. Now, it has been revealed the designer himself thought it might see him with 'his head on a spike', as he told Kirsty Young on a recent episode of Desert Island Discs. Every cloud and all that

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There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. Skip to main content., In service of his aristocratic clientele — from pop royalty to actual princesses — the London-based milliner Philip Treacy takes the already lofty practice of hat-making and allows it to float into a terrain so haute that it becomes extraterrestrial.

Bairbre Power Twitter Email. Philip Treacy's mission as a hat designer is to be creative and, as he says himself, he likes "to make hats that make the heart beat faster". The day we chat, the year-old is at his Battersea studio in London and the subject up for discussion is his new glossy coffee-table book that chronicles two decades of making extraordinary hats for icons, from Grace Jones and Daphne Guinness to Naomi Campbell, Madonna, Lady Gaga and the Duchess of Cornwall. A weighty, glamorous tome which is destined to end up under lots of Christmas trees this year, the eponymous book chronicles Philip's professional relationships with all the top photographers and supermodels. It also offers insights into his work with all the leading couturiers, from Lagerfeld to Valentino, as well as his friendship with his beloved muse, the late Isabella 'Issie' Blow. The page book, which is dedicated to his partner, Stefan Bartlett, and Philip's sister, Marian, opens with a photo of a handwritten letter from the singer Cher who, thanking Philip enthusiastically, declared that every time she wore one of his hats: "I feel that great mythical love you feel when you are transported by a thing of beauty

Philip Anthony Treacy OBE born 26 May is an award—winning Irish haute couture milliner , or hat—designer, [a] based in London , who has been described by Vogue magazine as "perhaps the greatest living milliner". More recently, Treacy has been associated with British royalty, and has designed hats for British special occasions. Philip Anthony Treacy was born on 26 May in the small village of Ahascragh , in County Galway in the Republic of Ireland , whose population was circa Should I make hats or clothes? In he took one of his hats to Michael Roberts, fashion editor of Tatler magazine, and his style editor, Isabella Blow. He made her look like an icon. When you think of the late, great Blow, you think of her in one of his creations, be it a giant disc or a replica sailing ship.



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