If you've been dreaming of attending one of our workshops but can't carve time out of your schedule we've got the perfect solution. Our newly available hat-making kit puts you in the designer's seat with no experience required. Amy has taken out the guesswork and left you with perfectly selected pieces to assemble our classic pillbox hat. Her step-by-step instructions will walk you through the process from start to finish. Perfect for gift-giving, too!
Ever wondered about the creative process at Granville Millinery Company? Now you can be a part of it at a 1 or 2 day hat making workshop at our Granville, OH studio! No experience is necessary; Amy will provide all necessary instruction. Our next scheduled workshops are July 25th/26th and August 15th/16th. For details please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our friends at the Franklin Park Conservatory will serve as host for a joint show featuring both Paul and Amy's creations. Titled Partners in Life and Art, the exhibition is a true collaboration between the two mediums. The exhibition begins April 7 and will conclude at the end of May. Plan now to attend this one- of-a-kind exhibit. More details can be found at: http://www.fpconservatory.org/partnersinlife.html
Our Spring Trunk Shows kick off March 17th in San Antonio Texas at Julian Gold. This is our first trunk show in San Antonio and we are thrilled to be adding Julian Gold to our list of stops. On March 21st we hope to reconnect with many of you for our second annual stop at Palazzina in Louisville, Kentucky. We'll wrap up in style on April 2nd at Sassy Boutique in Cincinnati. Make a date with your friends and plan to visit a show and see Amy's beautiful Spring Collection.
At Granville Millinery Company we're about more than just complementing your fashion acumen. Four of our most popular styles are comprised of sustainable/organic fibers including hemp, organic cotton and silk. These plants eschew herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers -just to name a few. We hope our decision to respect our limited supply of natural resources resounds with you. So wear that cap with confidence, and know that your support of Granville Millinery Company is a contribution to the earth's greater good.
"With rich color and complex composition, Hamilton's paintings are compelling. His work is nostalgic but never formulaic. His greatest strengths are capturing light, layering paint and tapping our desire for an illusive, idyllic world".
Columbus Dispatch writer Christopher A. Yates had these words to say about Pauls' latest exhibit at Hammond Harkins Galleries in Bexley, OH. Although the exhibition may be over, Paul's style and ability leave us longing for more. Read the entire review, and view the exhibition at http://www.hammondharkins.com/exhibitions.html. Our favorite is below:
The team from Rivington Arms poses in front of their gallery, and co-director/owner Melissa Bent is wearing one of our creations. The creative team took to the streets outside their space in New York City. Read Melissa's interview at http://www.vmagazine.com/article.php?n=12229&p=5.
Ashley Baker found a laundry list of things she loves about Granville Millinery to share with readers of Fashion Week Daily Dispatch. Most exciting, though, is the article's announcement of our plans to enter the wholesale market.
Below is a quote of Amy's" included in the article:
"I make everything myself, so it was really impossible to handle large orders, but now I've been training local sewing contracters. They're all lined up--and we're ready to move forward!"
We can't decide what's more thrilling . . . having our Jackson Hole hat featured in the November issue of "O" Magazine, or how wonderfully updated model Gretchen Rossi looks wearing it. Stylists took a "less is more" approach in updating Gretchen's style, and we think our hat offers the perfect, crowning touch. Here's what they say about us: "the hat is sassy and fun, and gives her a bit of panache and intrigue." The November issue of "O" magazine is available on newsstands now.
It seems as though everyone has something to say these days; the desire to be heard is epidemic. While the worlds of myspace and facebook run rampant, we've found a more subtle, personal way to get your message across.
Mary McPhail and her team of creative talents at Wonderful Graffiti have elevated the simplicity of words to an art form. The site allows you to create and view your personalized message, and the folks at Wonderful have super suggestions if somehow, you find yourself at a loss for words.
The business has expanded to include two websites. Take time to check out both of them.