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  • n. A shop that sells millinery.


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  • They're the classic matador's accessories, elevated of course; somehow they become a milliner's version of a Louboutin shoe.

    Alex Geana: Oscar de la Renta, Resort 2012

  • 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.

    Photo-Op: Hat Fancy

  • She was the matriarch under the wide, portrait brim; she was the lady in the milliner's masterpiece of horsehair and peacock feathers.

    Civil rights leader Dorothy Height had fashion flair, including stunning hats

  • I quickly get the message that I am very much the milliner's apprentice in this game.

    How to get ahead with a Lego hat

  • 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.

    Novel into Drama and onto the Stage

  • The stop at the milliner's shop looks interesting.

    Off-blog Althouse.

  • She gave up modeling to become a milliner's apprentice.

    Sexual Separatism

  • 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...

    My First Fabric! - A Dress A Day


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