“They're the classic matador's accessories, elevated of course; somehow they become a milliner's version of a Louboutin shoe.”
“The heyday of the milliner's art, like that of the picture postcard, is long past, but Tom Phillips's 'Women and Hats' Bodleian Library, 112 pages, $25 summons up a fond nostalgia for both.”
“She was the matriarch under the wide, portrait brim; she was the lady in the milliner's masterpiece of horsehair and peacock feathers.”
“I quickly get the message that I am very much the milliner's apprentice in this game.”
“In Act III, Scene II, left alone on stage after one of the blissful scenes featuring two of the young couples (Elizabeth and Clerval, Safie and Felix), they rollick through a pun-filled dialogue about a "beehive cap" that Fritz was supposed to bring his wife from "the milliner's at Geneva," a set piece that is followed by an obviously lively vocal duet.”
“The stop at the milliner's shop looks interesting.”
“She gave up modeling to become a milliner's apprentice.”
“They then proceeded to the milliner's, to equip themselves for going to the rooms at night.”
“She had, therefore, got the pattern of Mrs. Berlinton's and cut it out, and then got the mode at an haberdasher's, and then the lace at a milliner's, and then set to work so hard, that she had got it done already.”
“And lazy milliner's suggestion is surely a must, that's such a brilliant idea...”
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