Le Chapeau Millinery -  Carolyn Gibson Master Milliner
                                                    2013   SUPREME AWARD
NZ HAT AND HAIR AWARD

2015.  FINALIST 
WEARABLE ARTS AWARDS
                                                         
WOW
2016   WEARABLE ART AWARD
DAVID JONES
NEW ZEALAND DESIGN AWARD

"VOYAGE TO REVOLUTION "
                                                                            can be seen on utube.


CAROLYN GIBSON was trained in Christchurch and after a four year apprenticeship qualified as a registered MASTER MILLINER.

She was taught every aspect of millinery which included the intricate art of wiring, beading, and soldering bridal headpieces

She has been commissioned by the NEW ZEALAND OPERA COMPANY to design and make head wear for their productions. LE CHAPEAU has also created hats for other costume designers internationally.

Carolyn has currently taken a new  position in AUCKLAND as MASTER MILLINERY TUTOR at the newly formed Design & Arts College of New Zealand.

Her travels have also taken her to CANADA where she  taught millinery to design
students in the VANCOUVER area.

She was invited as one of the two INTERNATIONAL MASTER MILLINERS to tutor
at the  BRISBANE MILLINERY CONVENTION in June / July 2013 and again in Auckland for the ASG Convention in September / October 2013.

Carolyn's  hats have won several awards at the CHRISTCHURCH and  ELLERSLIE Fashions in the Field Events, including podium places for the overall competition which earned two trips to the MELBOURNE CUP in Australia.

MILLINERY  "The making of individually designed hats by hand, once a flourishing profession, is now becoming popular again.This trend can be seen in the LONDON and PARIS fashion shows."

Because of this interest Carolyn offers millinery classes at her in home studio workshop and teaches several different options in the  art of hat making.

                   *Classes would be limited to two places on each course*
 
A hat is an extremely powerful image-maker. Whenever someone chooses to wear a hat, a personal statement is being made about the way that person feels, would like to feel, or would like others to think they feel.

Location*                                          BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.              
2/44 View Road,
Glendene,
Auckland.
0612                                                          



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