Coffee table books

Coffee table books

Pauline’s hat book list. Besides collecting hat blocks, Pauline also has a love for coffee table books. She shares her top 3 picks with us!

Dior Hat Book

Fresh from the press and just went to the top of my wish list! About 10 years ago I met renowned milliner Stephen Jones at a masterclass in Antwerp. And did you know it was Christian Dior who started his career designing headpieces? This is a golden combination for me, I cannot wait to get this book:

Also, we just learned that this is a quote by Christian Dior: ‘A hat is essential to any outfit. It completes it. In a way, a hat is the best way to express your personality’. We love it!

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Alexander McQueen

In 2015 I visited the ‘Savage Beauty’ exhibition of Alexander McQueen in the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) in London. This was so impressive and inspiring, the story of his life, his career as a designer and sadly his tragic death. The exhibition itself was like a show, it included many of his real-life masterpieces, enhanced by the sounds, the special effects. I really felt like I was a part of it, I was in awe. I had to capture that memory and bought this book, I highly recommend it.

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Philip Treacy

Philip Treacy is someone every milliner looks up to. His innovative hats are art pieces worn by celebrities and royals, from Lady Gaga to Kade Middleton. For me a Philip Treacy coffee table book is a must-have, I can curl up on the sofa with a Latte and these beautiful images to look at, let’s dream away..

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The Queen’s Hat

I could not resist to share this children’s book with you as a bonus! My daughter lived in London for many years and we loved to visit her. This children’s book takes you through London, or should I say the hat and the queen take you through London?

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