From Kate Middleton to Oprah Winfrey and Priyanka Chopra, he designed the hats for many lovely ladies at the royal wedding.
Philip Treacy is the man of the moment -- almost every gorgeous celeb showed up at the royal wedding wearing a hat designed by the Irish milliner and London based fashion designer.
It is a popular saying that if you are looking for the biggest name in the hat business, look no further than Treacy, who began sewing at a really young age.
He studied at London's prestigious Royal College of Art, and has designed some bespoke hats for Sarah Jessica Parker, Lady Gaga and the royal family too!
Presenting some of his stunning creations from the royal wedding.
American television's queen Oprah Winfrey arrives at Windsor Castle in pink dress, a cream-coloured hat adorned with pink flowers and a pair of sunglasses. Oprah recycled an old hat, lying in her cupboard since 2005, for the wedding. Photograph: Ian West/Reuters
Joining Treacy's dedicated followers' list was Priyanka Chopra who was dressed in a lavender suit by Vivienne Westwood and a small hat by Treacy.
The designer has been a favourite of the royals. So it was no surprise to see Camilla Parker Bowles dressed in one of his creations.Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Kate Duchess of Cambridge looked splendid in a floral hat by Treacy. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/Getty Images
American actor Sarah Rafferty couldn't stop thanking the designer for creating a stunning hat for her. 'Sending love and thanks to @philiptreacy for wrapping me up in your beautiful designs on this momentous occasion,' she wrote on Instagram. Photograph: Courtesy Sarah Rafferty/Instagram
'Thank you to the most special, wonderful man @philiptreacy for creating such an elegant headpiece. I'm in awe of all of your craftsmanship and creativity. I am truly appreciative for all of the time and effort that went into my outfit for such a happy, special day yesterday,' said Kitty Spencer, late Princess Diana's niece, commenting about the the lovely green hat adorning her head. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/Reuters
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