Milliner on the move was born from my passion for creating headwear and for the Australian outback, its people and travelling.  My millinery hobby started when I lived and worked on remote sheep and cattle stations and it came out of pure necessity.  We always went to the local races but also worked up until the day, leaving little time for purchasing wears.  So I started altering existing hats (everyone has a hat of some description in their possession) and we would dress up and be a part of the day.  When I left station life and made Broome my home, ladies continued to send me their hats for altering, so after much research and excitement, I taught myself the basic techniques of Millinery and created Hats by Felicity.  In May 2010 I travelled to cattle stations in the Gasgoyne, Pilbara and Kimberley regions of WA with a collection of hats and I soon discovered that the initial need still exists!  Hence the next chapter of my career was born and it is with great pleasure that I welcome you along this journey with the Milliner on the move.       

One response to “About

  1. Hi Felicity,

    We posted your news article and it is trending in our social media. If you have time, I would love to catch up when you are in New York. I am sure many of our members are interested in a new hat for the “Fashions on the Field” at of Melbourne Cup Fundraiser in NYC.

    Best regards,
    James Boland
    President and Founder of The Australian Community

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