Elizabeth Hemsley


Tel: 0260 218761

Mobile: 0415 667810

Fax: 0260 234665

Email: elizabeth@hemsley.com.au

Couture Fashion - Albury

Thursday, February 01, 2007

                                 Milliners have arrived for the Wagga Wagga Millinery Forum             (HAT LIFE)


All the international Milliners have arrived in Australia to be part of the first International Millinery Forum at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, NSW. About 150 eager participants will enjoy this amazing 6 day Conference, and no doubt a lot of sharing and learning about all things hats will happen. Eia Radosavljevic, Chicago USA Constance Williams, Germany Christine Rohr-Bernard, Austria and Jan Wutkowski, USA
will add an interesting and exciting influence to the Forum along side our fabulous Australian Milliners :-
Sandra Buchanan, Jean Carroll, Georgina Conheady, Liz Evans, Lorraine Gill, Neil Grigg, Elizabeth Hemsley, Maris Herr, Peter Jago, Richard Nylon and last but not least myself, Waltraud Reiner, will be sharing hat making skills with lots of keen millinery student



20 September 2006                                                                                                                                         

SCULPTURED headpieces in colours ranging from the palest pinks to the brightest blues will be worn by the most fashionable at this year's spring racing carnival at Flemington racecourse.


Albury milliners Elizabeth Hemsley and Delphine Nicholson, who each have their own millinery label, say the fashion forecast this Melbourne Cup Carnival is all about the headpiece.


Both milliners have studied European trends to keep their fingers on the fashion pulse and say the popularity of the headpiece is largely due to its ability to suit all ages.





6  September 2006                                    Art the new black at Albury Public School                                 

Elizabeth Hemsley teaches the students about millinery.

YEAR 3 and 4 students at Albury Public School have had a ball getting in touch with their artistic side.

The program is a joint venture between the NSW Department of Education and Training and the ANZ Bank and is aimed at developing art in schools.

Lending their talents was Elizabeth Hemsley, a NSW TAFE teacher specialising in millinery

There had been many positive comments from the students, teachers and artists about the program. “Over the past two weeks the Year 3 and 4 students met with local artists with various artistic skills,” she said.

“Some excellent pieces of artwork have been created and the students have had a ball making and designing hats,