Belgian hats go around the world
Fabienne Delvigne has been passionate about hats since childhood and her only desire is to exalt women's beauty by bringing a contemporary feel and a touch of madness to her creations, all with the utmost elegance.
Combining extraordinary skills with an overflowing imagination, fashion designer Fabienne Delvigne has been designing hats in her Brussels workshop for over 35 years.
The Ixelles designer has come a long way since her Marketing studies in Brussels. After graduating from EPHEC, she created her company Fabienne Delvigne in 1987. Belgian and proud of it, the entrepreneur promotes a very local style that earned her the title of Patented Supplier to the Belgian Court in 2001. While the milliner also creates bags, jewellery and haute couture accessories, it is her ethereal headwear - ranging from classic hats to more avant-garde designs - that are the stars. So much so that even the crowned heads of the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Sweden wear them. Recently, the milliner has continued her international growth by moving to London, where her hats are already sold out in the famous Fenwick store, the temple of British luxury.
The hat-maker also likes to work with other talented designers to apply her expertise, and has notably worked with Armani, Chanel, Dior and Natan.