After an eventful year and lots of hard work, Emilliner is excited to introduce a new look and line for 2011 inspired by my own wedding this past September. Deciding what headpiece to wear was more difficult than finding a dress. I choose a hint of color with blush silk roses and a delicate spray of floating feathers to compliment my cage veil. The bridesmaids also donned fascinators of beautiful white feathers and of course the flower girls were too sweet with their feather starbursts.
Soft feathers, delicate silk, a touch of sparkle- all textures that set the mood for this latest collection. Combining a nod to vintage millinery and graphic silhouettes, my hope is to offer the modern bride a stylish alternative to the traditional tulle and tiara. The feminine and one-of-a-kind fascinators create a gorgeous focal point for the bride wishing to go veil-less. Handcrafted from the highest quality materials, Emilliner headpieces can add a touch of color and whimsy to the bridal ensemble.
Emilliner's collection is currently available at The Wedding Studio (Broad Ripple) Indianapolis, and will soon be available for purchase online. See check out the new catalogue here.
Many heartfelt thanks are due for this fresh new look:
I'm so pleased and proud to have the support of my city!
(and can I just say the biggest THANK YOU to The Indianapolis Monthly, Polina Osherov, Nikki Sutton, and Kiralee Hubbard for giving me the best headshots/artshots ever. Thanks also to Laury Kruty of IW and Bryan Payton IM for the supportive words.)
Love it! Just got the latest scoop on the newest millinery intern- none other than Ms. Gaga herself! According to the Huffington Post and Shiny Style Lady Gaga is interested in making her own fantastic headwear and learning from the master (and my old mentor) Philip Treacy. She'll surely get the best education in town but wait till she learns about the hours! The Post says she'll be making coffee but I can report that he likes tea- extra hot. I would love to return for a day to see what happens, and I can't wait to see what they come up with.
Emily has a multi-disciplinary approach to millinery, combining the traditional with new methods and materials. Her European training and experience in couture fashion gives her company Emilliner a unique and competitive edge in the USA market. Fresh, modern and fashion forward, Emily’s hats are an easy to wear accessory for anyone.