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Sherry at the Great Yorkshire Show 2010

Last year saw Sherry Richardson of Hats By Sherry, professional milliner, based in South Yorkshire invited, by professional clothier Fiona Greene, to design headwear to compliment her new womenswear collection.

Fashion Shows took place daily at the Yorkshire Show, with four Catwalk Shows in the Skipton Building Society Pavilion.

Professional Photography for Yorkshire Show was provided by Andrew Box Photography

Models provided by Pamela Clare Models and Make Up

Recent News

At last we see some sunshine after the coldest winter for years!

It`s now the exciting time to plan for forth coming events:; a fantastic opportunity to enjoy wearing a hat, or buying a hat, or in Sherry`s case create a hat!

A new collection of hats, fascinators, bridal headwear and handbags are ready for those special occasions in 2011

Brides, mother of the bride and groom are contacting Sherry for their accessories.

Race goers are now planning their headwear for the Royal Ascot in June,York Ebor Festival in August and Doncaster St Leger in September.

Farmers Guardian - June 2007

Haute Couture from the most unlikely location

The Sheffield Star - August 2007

How about a hat for business success

Lantra Case studies - Autumn 2007

“I now have the skills to make handbags”

New collection! February 2009

A new collection of striking headwear has been designed called " spot on" details coming soon

A new collection of Hats, fascinators and handbags are now available ideal for the races. Customers wanting hats for the races in 2009 at Royal Ascot, York and Doncaster St Leger should contact Sherry on 01226 752359 or email.

Bridal Headpieces

I also have bridal headpieces available, future brides should ring Sherry on 01226 752359 or email.

Hats - Appointment Only

A special individual service, just ideal for the 'mother of the bride'. Sherry works by appointment only. Located between Barnsley and Doncaster with good access and not very far from the M1 (Junction37)and the A1 networks. For your special appointment, call now on 01226 752359 or email Sherry.

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History

There has always been some form of head wearing from a variety of materials giving fundamental protection from the elements. Headwear could also signify belonging to a group, or reflect social distinctions.

The word Milliner (the maker of women’s hats) came from Milan. Millinery is an art form and developed with burgeoning civilisations. Blocking a variety of materials (parasisal, sinamay, Italian Straw etc.) by hand on wooden millinery blocks in stylish shapes mixing and matching crowns and brims, decreasing or increasing size and shape to create an item of beauty that will express and flatter the wearer, will also enhance her image.

The 1980’s and 1990’s has seen an increase in the interest of hats and designers. The late Princess Diana became a fashion leader, which helped the hat’s revival.

In fashion terms the hat is a most important accessory, making a powerful statement.

Large scale production of hats in England has declined. Designers and small factories have been emerging, pushing hat designs that are more creative and artisitic than before.