Autumn hat fashions by Freddie Fox -- the protege of the internationally renowned milliner Madame Rose Vernier -- were on display in London on Tuesday (15 September).
GV Pan Fashion House in Brook Street
CU Sign: "Mr Fox at Langee Ltd model hats"
CU Flowers ZOOM out to Fantasia(2 shots)
CU ZOOM out model shows Rainbow
CU Beaded band ZOOM out to Great Occasion (2 shots)
MV Mr. Fox puts hat on model's head, The Bride (3 shots)
MV Model wears Gainsborough (2 shots)
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Background: Autumn hat fashions by Freddie Fox -- the protege of the internationally renowned milliner Madame Rose Vernier -- were on display in London on Tuesday (15 September).
Mr. Fox is an Australian who has worked in London for 11 years and the fashion parade, which marked his succession to Madame Vernier, included creations using turbans, flowers, and colourful fabrics.
The Australian designer inherits a great tradition of hat design as Madame Vernier counted Royalty and film start among her clients during a 30 year career. Freddie Fox has Queen Elizabeth as a client.
Fashions in Mr. Fox's collection includes hats named with an aristocratic touch -- Gainsborough, and Great Occasion. During his career Freddie Fox has designed hats for international airline crews and his autumn collection is a major event in the millinery world.