Lock Couture

Lock Couture

Discover the new spring/summer 2018 collection, designed by Prudence.
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  • The Wedding

    Crafted from natural parabuntal straw with a demure brim adorned with white organdie petals, The Wedding nods to the decorousness of summer nuptials. Taking its cues from the refined elegance of Edwardian hats, it’s finished with a chic black grosgrain bow. Feminine and gossamer-light, it’s perfect for a warm summer’s day.
  • La Cocotte

    Taking its name from the Cocottes of Paris of the la belle époque, who were lauded for their daring style, this delightful headdress is fashioned from wispy plumes hand-dyed in candyfloss pink. Flirty and feminine, it’s trimmed with a contrasting ruby-red ribbon adorned with Swarovski crystals. Wear it perched on the head, silk veil coquettishly over the face.
  • The Flower Show

    Lock Couture Spring Summer 2018 draws on the restrained elegance of Edwardian summer hats worn during the Season, and this ladylike style pays homage to one of its most celebrated events: the Chelsea Flower Show. Made from lightweight cream parabuntal straw, it’s short on the crown with a Breton-style brim filled with downy hand-rolled organdie blooms and leaves.
  • Lady's Day

    Crafted from mille-feuilles of plush ruffled silk organza cascading into an oversized brim, this formal hat is all the more striking for its simplicity. A sleek take on the statement styles worn on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot, it’s inspired by the restrained elegance of hats that the Edwardians used to wear during the summer social season.
  • Princess

    A playful spin on the hairband, the Princess is constructed of two bands made from beautiful black silk faille, each adorned with a bow. A little bit Alice in Wonderland, a little Japanese princess, this chic piece can be worn day and night.
  • The Tea Party

    Fashioned from layers upon layers of plush champagne Italian silk organza, this charming hat recalls the ruffled collars of Edwardian fashion – the elegant dress codes of the period for the British summer social season are a key influence on Lock Couture Spring Summer 2018. Finished with a dainty black grosgrain ribbon, take it to afternoon tea at Claridge’s.
  • Pagoda

    Taking its inspiration from a graphic hat Paloma Picasso wore in the 1980s, The Pagoda is blocked from black mottled straw and finished with a discreet bow on the crown. Beautiful in its simplicity, it looks best worn straight on the head for a clean look.
  • The Boat Race

    The ultimate summer hat, this stylish boater from our Ready-To-Wear collection is inspired by those worn by Edwardian schoolchildren out punting on the River Cam on a hot summer’s day. In mottled straw with a classic black Petersham ribbon and chichi back tie, wear it all summer long.
  • The Picnic

    The inspiration behind Lock Couture’s collection this season is an Edwardian summer – long, hot days spent idly outdoors reading, strolling, relaxing. Fashioned from mottled black straw with a hand-made black silk gazar flower and Petersham trim, this sleek hat is made for leisurely al fresco lunches with friends.
  • Pursuit of Love

    A faux-fur hat with two handmade pom-poms.
  • Tallulah

    This RTW piece has been designed and hand-crafted by Lock's newest milliner, Prudence. The fur felt trilby in scarlet red is finished with a wide grosgrain band and bow.
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  • Walkies

    A suede-felt trilby, hand-crafted by Lock's newest milliner on the scene - Prudence. The turned-up, stingy brim and sharply defined crown (held in place by the hatting process of tie-tacking) make this hat a real style statement.
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  • Time and Tide

    A riding hat inspired helmet with a nod to the swinging 60s. The hat is crafted from caramel-coloured sheepskin with applied Swarovski crystals and long candy-pink, silk taffeta ties.
  • Lady of Longleat

    A turquoise faux-fur hat with matching grosgrain ribbon ties. This riding hat shaped piece is named after a story of jealousy and murder - The Green Lady of Longleat House.
  • Scandal

    Made from two swaths of contrasting silk brocade, this highly-wearable headband is perfect for day to evening dressing. The name comes from a time when it was deemed inappropriate to leave home without a hat on your head!
  • Provincial Lady

    A 1940s style day hat, made from British-milled wool tweed. The piece has been inspired by E.M. Delafield's 'Diary of a Provincial Lady'.
  • Lady Mitford

    A day hat that has been inspired by the Mitford sisters. The thick velvet hairband and fox fur trim make this piece perfect for pairing with tweed plus-fours or a great winter coat.
  • Highland Fling

    Made from a pattern worn by the late Queen Mother, this over-sized velvet beret is a nod to the wild, Scottish outdoors. The handmade silk pom-pom and long pheasant feather add further celtic touches to this on-trend piece.
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  • Embrace Me

    Named after a brace of feathers, this outdoors-inspired head cage is for the lady of the manor. Made from curled pheasant feathers, the cage sits atop the head to make the ultimate style statement.
  • Dovima

    Inspired by a hat once worn by the model Dovima, this piece is crafted from swaths of cotton-dotted Swiss tulle. A crumpled, silk taffeta bow sits atop the hat.
  • Blonde on Blonde

    Inspired by Anita Pallenberg, this piece is very on-trend for autumn/winter 2017. Named after Bob Dylan's arguably greatest album he ever wrote, Blonde on Blonde is crafted from 'Werther's Original' coloured sheepskin and finished with a peppermint silk bow at the reverse. The hat is designed to be worn perched on top of the head.

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