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Pauline Brosset

Pauline Brosset Milliner
Contact
French
Hours:
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Phone:
+33 688011909
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Unique hats for unique clients

  • • Pauline is the last milliner to work with a conformer
  • • She uses old tools with new materials
  • • She considers fixing is better than changing

Pauline Brosset first studied clothing design. Then, in 2007 she met the famous milliner Fernand Sebbah, former director of the Gélot department of Lanvin. This encounter prompted her to begin training as a milliner at the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne school. Years later, after the death of her former master, she took over his old tools and opened her own workshop in the heart of the Parisian Marais. Pauline also contributes her know-how in several collaborations, notably working with designer Jean-Michel Policar in the creation of the MADRE outdoor armchair. As well as the work in her atelier, she also participates in international events such as the FAJR festival in Tehran where she shares her knowledge with the public.

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Works

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MF cap

This golf cap by milliner Pauline Brosset is made with a wild silk interior and vintage Japanese wool. The golf cap style – combined with the noble materials used – gives it both a traditional and modern look.

Size 57

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Wild white

This off-white fedora hat by Pauline Brosset is made using panama straw from Ecuador and holds a quality brisa grade 8. The details of the fedora that can be seen around the middle of the hat are made using termehh, a handmade Iranian cashmere.

Size 59

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Sauvage noir

This off-white fedora hat by Pauline Brosset is made using panama straw from Ecuador and holds a quality brisa grade 8. Fedoras are Pauline's specialty, and this model has details made with termehh, a handmade Iranian cashmere.

Size 57

Photo: © studio BigCheese
Camille

This big fedora by milliner Pauline Brosset has a wide asymmetrical edge and is made using grosgrain silk with wild silk on the inside. The colour used is black cherry with a red stripe above the edge.

Size 56

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