Rachel Trevor-Morgan Brooch
Unique, limited edition brooch for Wear A Hat Day 2013
This year’s limited edition brooch will be provided by the amazing Rachel Trevor-Morgan, a couture milliner based in St James, London, who has been making hats for over 20 years. She is Milliner to Her Majesty The Queen and is passionate about her work. Rachel has provided a fantastic hat design for a unique brooch for Brain Tumour Research, which will be fashioned by the charity as a limited edition in support of Wear A Hat Day this year. Her designs epitomise glamour and elegance, and attract continuous press coverage, with her hats featured on the covers and in the editorial pages of Vogue, Elle, Brides, the Daily Mail and The Sunday Times.
Rachel comments: “I am delighted to support Brain Tumour Research and Wear A Hat Day. I am always trying to encourage people to wear more hats – what a perfect way to raise awaeness and make a statement for such an important cause."
The brooch will be available in March for a suggested donation of £10. Orders are encouraged now for what will likely be a fast-selling collector’s item!
To order your brooch(es) ring Sarah on 01296 733011 or email Sarah@braintumourresearch.org
Philip Treacy Brooch
Exclusively designed, limited edition brooch from 2012
Philip Treacy, celebrity hat designer and patron to the charity, contributed to Wear A Hat Day 2012 by providing an image of a hat that he designed for an exclusive brooch that is available as a limited edition.
Limited to a run of just 500 brooches,
this exclusively designed brooch can
only be acquired directly from Brain
We are asking for a suggested donation
of £10 per brooch.
To order your brooch(es) ring Sarah on
01296 733011 or email Sarah@braintumourresearch.org
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For the Pagoda hat, Philip took inspiration from a trip in Japan where he was inspired by the majestic pagodas and the beautiful magnolia plants, where the colour of the hat comes from.
“This hat is like a protection for the mind and the body and is why I thought of Brain Tumour Research” he said.