Bridget Bailey

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Miss Bridget Bailey

‘I hesitate to use the word “fashion” in describing Bridget Bailey’s creations as her millinery self-evidently transcends time and place. In fact, I also hesitate with the term “millinery”. I once described her work for The Times as “modern, feminine and subversively floral” after being seriously stunned by examples at the Chelsea Flower Show. Bailey Tomlin’s bespoke headpieces and accessories stand as artworks in their own right, they will be as stylish and inspiring a hundred years’ into the future as they are right here right now, and are destined to be museum-pieces of the future. I see them as Fabergé flowers in fabric, and just as precious.’ Rob Cassy. Author and journalist.

“Bridget Bailey is an artist who makes delicate hats and headpieces beautifully. They are treasured adornments, made with skilled hands and a light touch.” The Hat Magazine.

Stockists Basia Zarzycka, Sloane Street V&A Museum Allan Journo, Milan Shows and Exhibitions • Surrealism in Design: Selling Exhibition at the V & A Museum • British Week: Mitsukoshi, Japan • The Dubai World Cup Millinery Exhibition • Origin: The London Craft Fair at Somerset House • Art in Action • London Fashion Week • The Daily Telegraph House and Garden Fair: Olympia • Catwalk in Bloom: Botanically-inspired fashion show at Hampton Court Palace • The Studio Collection: Exhibitor and artist-in-residence at the Oxford Museum • The Art of Contemporary Millinery: The Menier Gallery Press • Independent: 10 of the best women’s hats • Financial Times: How to spend it • Vogue Pelle: Feature on artists in fashion • Zoo Magazine: Germany • Square Meal Books Jean Muir: Beyond Fashion, 2006 Bridget Bailey made headpieces for Jean Muir for five years and was invited to contribute

Camberwell, London, United Kingdom
t. 02072749588

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