Sherry’s Millinery Story

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A Professional Milliner

Sherry Richardson, a professional milliner has lived and worked in a rural part of South Yorkshire for most of her adult life and it has often been country life and the countryside which has inspired her work.

Sherry works with a passion and her enthusiasm is infectious. For this reason she is now beginning a series of Talks and Workshops to share her life’s work. Hats are fun, says Sherry, and ‘it is now an  exciting time as I  plan and prepare for these forthcoming events.’

Gok Wan – One Size Fits All

Sherry is delighted to announce she showcased her designs on the catwalk at this major Gok event in Sheffield on Saturday 3rd November. This was Gok’s ‘Fashion Brunch Club’ designed to feature local talent.

My latest Collection ‘The Vitality of the Seasons’ was showcased.  It proved to be a terrific day of fashion, festivity and fun.

View the Gok Wan – One Size Fits All Gallery Here

Wedding Fayres – Sherry will be Exhibiting at the Following Venues

3/3/19 Cedar Court Wakefield 2019 *also showcasing at the  catwalk event

24/3/19 Cedar Court Harrogate 2019

2/6/19 Royal Armouries 2019 *also showcasing at the catwalk event

go to for FREE tickets’

Talks To Share her Millinery Experience and Work

Sherry discovered the art of millinery in her mid-thirties whilst embarking on a course in Huddersfield. At that time this was the only millinery course outside London. Once on the course Sherry was hooked and has been passionate about hat design ever since. Her talk starts with that journey, and will take the listener through some of her creations over the last 2 decades to the present day.

The impact of hats on our society through history, the wearing, designing and making of  hats still fascinates Sherry, and these topics will also be explored during the talk.

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An Introduction to the ‘Art of Millinery'

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