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Best of British headwear on display at London Fashion Week
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Feb '13
Headonism, supported by Royal Ascot, is a British Fashion Council initiative curated by Stephen Jones, celebrating and supporting emerging milliners to showcase the very best of British headwear at London Fashion Week.

For Autumn/Winter 2013, five of London’s cutting edge milliners will be showcasing with Headonism. New to the scheme are Aurora Ozma, Emma Yeo and Moody and Farrell who join Piers Atkinson and William Chambers to show in London this February.

Headonism forms an integral part of The Exhibition at Somerset House, where the five designer’s AW13 collections will be on display as a part of a curated installation in the Ground Floor showrooms situated at Somerset House.

“Headonism is the only designer showcasing platform for emerging milliners and an essential initiative to support emerging millinery talent. We have some of the most creative and innovative designers here in London and we’re delighted to be supporting three new milliners this season.”- Caroline Rush, Chief Executive British Fashion Council.

Headonism launched in 2009 for during the BFC’s 25 year celebrations by Mayor of London Boris Johnson. Supported by Royal Ascot, the initiative offers various showcasing opportunities both bi-annually at London Fashion Week and with a showcase at Royal Ascot, Europe’s premier race meeting.

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