Hat inspiration featuring Fabienne Delvigne and Susanne Juul

Fabienne Delvigne hats created for House of Guerlain. Unattributed Photo.
Fabienne Delvigne hats created for House of Guerlain. Unattributed Photo.

Fabienne Delvigne created five stunning hats for the House of Guerlain for the launch of their new perfume, La Petite Robe Noire (Little Black Dress). Note: I can only find four.

Aren’t these hats delicious? Yes! You know what is about to happen. A certain hatted horse is going to insist on me creating something inspired by at least one of these hats.

What do you think? Which one is your favorite?

They are all smashing but I particularly adore the third hat from the left. Sigh! To be so talented. God bless milliners.

Queen Máxima wearing a Fabienne Devilgne in 2014. Unattributed image.
Queen Máxima wearing a Fabienne Devilgne in 2014. Unattributed image.

Hattingdon wants the hat just above very, very much. Also by Fabienne Delvigne, the hat is worn by Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.

Do you think I can swing it? I love everything about this hat. The entire ensemble is perfect.

But here is the one I can’t live without at the moment.

The fluted brim is really special. The whole ensemble. I am imagining something along these lines for Hattingdon in purple, not deep (ha, ha). The hat was designed by the lovely Susanne Juul and worn by Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.


Hats like these are what dreams are made of for a certain cartoon horse and me.

See you again soon.
 

Signed_Vivian
Vivian


P.S. I hate not crediting photographers. Please do not send us a mean note. Please send us a nice note and we will credit you or remove it at your pleasure. Thank you.

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