Tuesday, November 16, 2010
He creates beautifully handcrafted hats for special occasions, don't worry if you don't have somewhere really special to go, he makes amazing hats for everyday. I picked one up myself at the show. I'm feelin' pretty cool! Look out for an article about him in the Toronto Star this Thursday!
Founded by Milliner David Dunkly, KC's Hats specializes in top quality millinery. Each hat is a unique, handmade using time-honoured practices of blocking, forming and embellishment. David graduated from George Brown College Millinery program, and recently completed millinery studies in England with Rose Cory, Milliner to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. This dedication to craftsmanship is fundamental to David's work.
His collection of fascinators available through 100 Mile Finds is extraordinary. Inspired by David's studies in England, these wonderful fascinators are created from the finest hand rolled and shaped sinamay and accented with burnt peacock and hand shaved coque feathers. We are so thrilled to have David as a part of our site - we hope you can take the time to look at his amazing work.
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