Anne graduated in 1983 from West Surrey College of Art (now part of UCA) with a first-class Honours degree in Textile Design, before studying Millinery at The London School of Fashion. She began designing and making hats in 1985 and started to make a name for herself in the fashion world.
By the end of the 80’s she had founded Bailey Tomlin with textile designer Bridget Bailey, and for nearly 20 years they made hats under their own label, as well as collections for many prestigious stores and designers; including Harrods, Liberty, Mulberry, Saks 5th Avenue and Mitsukoshi.
Since then, Anne has been rediscovering her fascination with the natural world, and now makes bespoke accessories; handmade flowers and hair adornments inspired by the wild flowers (and bumble bees!) that surround her West Sussex home.
One day: Saturday 24 March 2018
Fashion and Textile Museum
An introduction to some basic millinery flower making skills using traditional French and Japanese heated tools.BOOK NOW
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