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Real Weddings

Real Weddings Is there anything more inspiring then looking at “real wedding” pictures to help create your wedding look! The first step in your bridal journey is to decide what you like – what’s your style?  Are you a romantic Kate Middleton royal wedding bride, a rustic country wedding or urban downtown kinda bride.  Obviously

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David Dunkley talks about the Queen’s Plate, fascinators and hats

David Dunkley talks about the Queen’s Plate, fascinators and hats I’m very proud to be this year’s Official Milliner to the running of the 156 Queen’s Plate. With this wonderful role comes the responsibility of designing the official Queen’s Plate Couture collection, hats, fascinators, hair clips, men’s millinery and any unique design you may want

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Patron of the arts

Wikipedia defines Patron of the arts  “as a person who supports with money, gifts, efforts, or endorsement [of] an artist, writer, museum, cause, charity, institution, special event, or the like: a patron of the arts” Imagine for your wedding day if someone surprised you with an important gift – what do you think it would

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Christmas at the Abbey

Follow me on Facebook over the holidays and you can view my “Christmas at the Abbey” images! This image is the first in my series.

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Millinery Workshop

What a fantastic workshop this past weekend. I enjoyed creating millinery with all of these wonderful students! My next workshop is filling up quickly so register early!

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FLARE Magazine November 2013

I’m proud (and very happy) to blog about David Dunkley Fine Millinery being published in an editorial by FLARE magazine this month!  

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Canadian Living!

I’m happy to see Canadian Living Magazine has published a picture of my millinery in a story titled – “6 hats for moms inspired by Kate Middletonk”

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Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween! (The Kimono is authentic and from a royal court — the dragons are created with silver and gold thread, breathtaking…) I always wanted to create something fun for Halloween inspired by the kimono – so here’s what I designed! What do you think? Thank you to our wonderful model Paula Whitmore for enduring

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