Peak practice: Freya Oatway's millinery mission
With headwear having a moment, milliner Freya Oatway is determined to capitalise on the trend, writes Ruth O’Connor
Freya Oatway is on a mission to make the hat the accessory of choice for the everyday. And from dinner dates to dawdling around town on a weekend afternoon, if you’re ever likely to wear such a hat, it’s probably an FAO.
Speaking to the designer in the surroundings of Mart Studios in Harold’s Cross in Dublin - where the small FAO millinery studio is one of many housed within a...
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