Philip Treacy Hats & Yasemen Hussein Wigs: The Georgian Pleasure Gardens - Museum of London

Hello, dear English Muse readers! It is Gulfem from All Happy Things Around, gladly writing guest posts for you… Today’s post will be dedicated to a genius and his works!

I am skeptical about hats, usually. I think it has to do with the fact that I encounter no occasions to wear extremely beautiful hats. However, watching Royal Wedding last year is enough to realize that designing hats is true art. Philip Treacy designed more than 30 hats just for Royal Wedding.. As I love his works(from the perspective of appreciation of art) and his personality, I wanted to dedicate a post to him!

I believe that passion defines everything in one’s life. If you do know what you have passion for, you should pursue in that way. It’s plain simple. Follow your passions! As Philip Treacy did… He tells his passion towards designing and sewing clothes/hats in his official bio, “I started sewing when I was about five. My mother had a sewing machine. I was never allowed to use it. I’d use it when my mother went out to feed the chickens. There was like five minutes to get it out.”

Don’t you agree that passion delivers great results!

Have a great week, everyone!

(Photo credits: 1,2,3,4)



4 Comments on The Art of Hats!

  1. Those hats! Wow!
    The Kentucky Derby ran last week here in Louisville, and both classy and outlandish hats filled Churchill Downs. I do wish a few more hat-wearers would take a cue from these creations!