Past hat designers as true artists

Speaking about the past hat designers, it is necessary to say that most of them were from Paris, the capital of the fashion world. Nevertheless, it is also possible to name some designers from the United States. Such milliners as Madame Agnes and Suzanne Talbot are considered to be among the most popular hat designers of the past. Coco Chanel got celebrated for the striking simplicity of her hat designs.
When talking about past hat designers, it is possible to call the names of a lot of people who succeeded in this industry. Madame Agnes and Suzanne Talbot are among the most popular past hat designers. Madame Agnes was a French milliner. She created hats from 1920s till 1940s. The woman was moving in art circles of France. As she was a sculptress, the styles of her hats were rather abstract and unique. The name of Hattie Carnegie from the United States is high on the list of past hat designers. The woman was a real astute businessman. Her career began when she was only 15 years old. At first she worked as a salesperson and trimmer in the Macy millinery department. Five years later the girl became a partner in the shop. Hattie also adopted a new name, the one of tycoon Andrew Carnegie. The business of the woman blossomed and up to 1940s she switched to producing other women`s accessories as well. Hattie Carnegie employed about 1,000 people. Oleg Cassini is also considered to be one of the most celebrated past hat designers. First of all the man was a couture designer but was also famous for his millinery style. The man was the favorite designer of Jackie Kennedy. He is often associated with the development of woman`s pillbox hat type. Probably there is no such a person who has not heard about Coco Chanel. The woman began her career in the 1920s in Paris. At first she was a milliner. And soon, as her designs were rather successful, she opened her own couture house. It is necessary to mention the fact that traditionally designers shock the publicity with the extreme extravagance of their designs. As for Chanel, her situation was different. She impressed everyone with the simplicity of her hat designs which looked much simpler than the hats of her contemporaries. Her hat design called boaters was famous all over the world. Lily Dache, another famous hat designer, was at first apprenticed under Suzanne Talbot and Caroline Reboux. Some time later the woman moved to the United States to start her amazing career. The heyday of Lily Dache dates back to the 1930s. At that time she owned a building of 9 stories in New York City where her millinery business was situated. The building was rather famous. One of its peculiarities was that it contained a gold fitting room for the brunettes as well as a silver fitting room for the blondes. Such a designer as Halston at first was apprenticed under Lily Dache in the 1950s. Later he designed hats in New York City for a famous millinery department in Bergdorf Goodman`s. They also credit the inaugural pillbox hat of Jackie Kennedy to this designer. The French designer Schiaparelli is identified by her pink hat boxes, which are considered to be her signature. She was also famous for her cutting edge designs which were rather extraordinary at that time. In 1930s the woman was involved in the Parisian world of the art which had a great influence on the zany style of her hats. Schiaparelli was one of the first hat designers who applied synthetic fabrics. The woman had 25 showrooms and once she even employed 2,000 people.
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