Treacy de­signs are real head­turn­ers

Irish Daily Mirror - - NEWS - BY JOHN PA­TRICK KIERANS

HATS by Ir­ish fash­ion de­signer Philip Treacy wowed at the lat­est Royal Wed­ding ex­trav­a­ganza.

The Queen, 92, and Prince Philip, 97, watched on from the gallery as their grand­daugh­ter got mar­ried.

More than 850 guests at­tended the grand af­fair, in which stun­ning hats by Mr Treacy were once again a high­light to re­mem­ber. A to­tal of 21 cre­ations by the de­signer from the vil­lage of Ahascragh in East Gal­way were worn by roy­alty and celebri­ties.

Kate Mid­dle­ton wore a hand blocked cof­fee bean beret in bur­gundy vel­vet, with hand sculpted flower and veil­ing.

Model Naomi

Camp­bell wowed in a small scroll in lurex sina­may flower trim and crys­tals. Kate Moss rocked a navy beret in para­sisal with top but­ton, merry widow veil­ing and crys­tals. And Hol­ly­wood roy­alty Demi Moore wore an an­tique lead head­dress with veil­ing and crys­tals.

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