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Bespoke orders are available upon request. Please contact Elaine to enquire. Bespoke orders are generally sent out within two weeks of initial order. Prices vary depending on chosen fabrics, feathers, and style of hat. For a quote please contact the studio.

Answer the following questions in your email:

When do you require the hat for?

Have you your outfit? If so Please send a picture of the colour and accessories you wish to wear.

What is the occasion? 

What is your budget? €200 - €300, €300 - €400, €400 - €500, €500 and upwards.

Have you any other information you would like us to know?

mail@elainekeogh.co.uk or call +353.8346.46923

Elaine is proud to use all sustainable, ethically sourced fabrics. Elaine makes hats using traditional millinery techniques. Bespoke orders are never repeated.

So whether you are looking for a hat for a special occasion such as a mother of the bride or if it's an every day warm fedora get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Hand made by Irish Designer & Milliner Elaine Keogh at Belmont Mill Artist Studios, Co. Offaly, Ireland.

All hats are carefully packaged in an ELAINE KEOGH hat box. It is recommended to store the hat in the original packaging to ensure the natural fabric remains plush.

Returns are not accepted for bespoke orders as they are made specifically for that person. A lifetime guarantee comes with all hats made by ELAINE KEOGH. If you are unhappy please contact us ASAP. 

 

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Bespoke Orders
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Elaine Keogh Millinery

Elaine won Millinery Designer of the Year 2016 at the Irish Fashion & Innovation Awards in March '16. Elaine's hats have been seen down the catwalks of London Fashion week, gracing the heads of ladies in the Royal Enclosure at Ascot along with race days and weddings around the world.

Elaine Keogh brings meditative design and exacting craftsmanship to the art of millinery. Her hats are entirely hand made using a harmony of line, material and colour.

She catches the timeless engagements of skill and imagination by infusing classic styles with a contemporary bohemian twist.

Working methodically through processes that draw out the distinctive personality of each individual client she chooses luxurious sustainable silks, laces, velvets, wools and exquisite adornments. Her traditional training, under the inimitable Rose Cory, means that her hats are resiliently constructed using age old crafts. However delicate, they never look ‘handled’.

Elaine’s approach to design and making is nurtured in the arcadian surroundings of the old mill that is her studio. A patina of rolling Irish boglands, acres of summer wildflowers and vast billowing skies all inspire a creative spirit.

Her signature evolves in a measured, confident femininity — layered, fluid, charming - infused with a gentle but unmistakable assurance. Each hat, exquisitely realised, gives its own special joy.

 

Head Sizing

Some hats require your head size. Using a soft measuring tape measure across your forehead, just above your eyebrows, above your ears and around the widest part of the back of your head. A “standard” ladies headsize is 22.5” (57cm) but headsizes can vary from 20” to 24”.


Delivery Info

We recommend delivery by courier service but basic postage is also an option. We use An Post for basic delivery and DHL for courier. If you have a question in relation to your shipment please contact us directly.

Please note that we deliver to the USA by DHL courier. Once your order is collected by DHL the parcel is no longer the responsibility of Elaine Keogh. It will be fully insured by DHL, any claims for loss or damage is the responsibility of the client.


Return Policy

We do not accept returns. All hats are made to order. Please contact us directly if you are not happy with our service.



ELAINE KEOGH
BELMONT MILL ARTIST STUDIOS
BIRR, CO. OFFALY
IRELAND

E-MAIL: MAIL@ELAINEKEOGH.CO.UK
TEL: +353.8346.46923

Art Direction & Design: Matthew Tsang
Photography: Lucie Rox 
Make-Up: Georgina Day 
Hair: Sylvester Finold 
Web Development: Daniel Hirunrusme