Friday, April 22, 2011

Milliner Magic

Emerging vintage-inspired designer Jessica Beattie has launched her inaugural bridal collection Enchanted and is set to bring old-world romance back for the modern bride. Trained by acclaimed milliner Neil Grigg, the Sydney-based designer’s unique, handcrafted headpieces are already favourites at Fashions on the Field. Her new bridal collection features a selection of headpieces, veils, and handmade silk flowers that are soft and delicate in detail, using handcrafted luxury materials and bead work (the same bead work used by the house of Chanel!). Jessica will continue her handmade tradition, tailoring pieces to each bride’s requirements. The Deluxe range of silk flowers is handmade in Australia, and can be made-to-measure, using the same fabric as a wedding dress, in any colour or size. Jessica Beattie Millinery is dedicated to giving clients a bespoke service and as part of the bridal package, customers can use the service after the wedding to adapt their headpiece for other occasions such as casual or race wear. With over 60 pieces in the collection, prices range from $130 for a standard handmade flower on a comb to $1,500 for a cloche. View the full collection launching at Sydney Bridal Expo 16 & 17 April 2011 or at

Posted by Emilie Harrison
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