EADT Suffolk - - Women In Business -

Mary-Anne is an in­de­pen­dent Milliner pro­vid­ing a be­spoke and ready- to- wear ser­vice. Her unique art has evolved into eye-catch­ing head­wear which is on dis­play in her work­room. How did you choose your cur­rent ca­reer? Mary-Anne is a trained Tex­tile Artist and ex­hibits na­tion­ally and in­ter­na­tion­ally and fre­quently has tex­tile pieces tour­ing Europe. Her Millinery busi­ness evolved from the same con­cept as her tex­tiles “Rhythm, move­ment and bal­ance. Over the years she has dis­cussed tech­niques with Royal and many other high pro­file Milliners which has en­abled her to pro­vide an out­stand­ing ser­vice. In your work­ing life­time, how do you per­ceive things have changed for women? Work­ing form home gives me the free­dom and en­ables me to work longer hours dur­ing the run up to As­cot and com­plete last minute or­ders. But I al­ways find time for my Grand-Daugh­ter and my early morn­ing walks with my two Golden Retriev­ers. Who in­spires you the most, per­son­ally and pro­fes­sion­ally? I set up my busi­ness 10 years ago and still have the same ethic. Work hard, have fun and strive to pro­vide the best ser­vice pos­si­ble. Tel: 01206 262391 hats@mamor­ri­ www.mamor­ri­ Mary-Anne Mor­ri­son Millinery, Town­land Barn, Nay­land, CO6 4NU

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