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fascinators_wedding_bride_light_blue_240As always I’m looking for news and tips for fabulous wedding and bridal look. While surfing on line I found amazing creations of Emily Clark, truly talented headpieces designer. Here are some fact and wonderful photos of some of Emily works.

Designer, Emily Clark’s own wedding in September 2010 is the inspiration for her 2011 bridal collection. Soft feathers, delicate silk, a touch of sparkle — all textures that set the mood for Emilliner’s latest line. Combining a nod to vintage millinery and graphic silhouettes, Emily offers the modern bride a stylish alternative to traditional tulle and tiara. Emily’s feminine and one-of-a-kind fascinators and headpieces create a gorgeous focal point for the bride wishing to go veil-less.


Many styles also look great under the traditional veil. A touch of interest can be seen beneath the tulle for the ceremony, and at the reception the bride stays glamorous when the veil is removed. Handcrafted from the highest quality materials, Emilliner headpieces can add a touch of color and whimsy to the bridal ensemble.


Spring 2011 Bridal Headpiece Trends:
  • modern, graphic silhouettes
  • light feathers and soft shapes that frame the face
  • a touch of color adds interest- dove grey, light blue, petal pink
  • cage veils combined with a touch of sparkle or a feminine flower
  • express your unique style with a special one-of-a-kind piece
About the Designer

Emilliner is a couture millinery label created by Emily Clark. Born in the heartland of the USA to a family tradition of sewing, Emily developed an early affinity for textiles and fashion. She began her millinery studies at the London College of Fashion and has a degree in Costume and Textile History from Cornell University in New York. She has worked as a theatrical milliner for the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago and the Santa Fe Opera. In May 2007 Emily began working in London UK for milliner Philip Treacy. His hats are known for dramatic silhouettes and luxurious finishes. While with Philip, Emily was able to work on hats for the fashion shows of Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren, and Donna Karen. It is a job that has given her invaluable insight and experience in the exclusive world of couture millinery.


Now located in the midwest, Emily is using her unique experiences to develop a new, refreshing approach to millinery, combining the traditional with new methods and materials. Her European training and experience in couture fashion gives her company, Emilliner, a unique and competitive edge in the USA market. Fresh, modern and fashion forward, Emily’s fascinators and hats are an easy-to-wear accessory for any woman.
To find out more about Emily and her creations visit her website: or visit her Facebook profile.



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