August 21, 2007

Royal Ascot 2007 CD – review

Filed under: Hat book and magazine reviews,Millinery trivia and events — Cristina de Prada @ 11:51 am

Copyright We’re just back from our holidays in Normandy and we had a great time, although the weather did not smile on us and we had a lot of rain.

I have a lot of things to tell you, and here is a start…

Now that I’m back I’ve had time to look at the Ascot Hat’s CD from the Hat Magazine. I’m very happy I bought it, there’s hundreds of hats photographed in high resolution. It comes in PDF format, each document containing several pages (each page containing one or two pictures). These are the PDF files contained:

Ascot Small hats (68 pages)

Ascot Medium hats (64 pages)

Ascot Large hats (57 pages)

Ascot Outfits (30 pages)

Ascot Accessories (17 pages)

The hats are gorgeous. You can tell that Philip Treacy is one of the favorite hatters, there are a lot of hats made by him. Also I see a lot of huge (and gorgeous) fabric flowers.

Most of the milliners have been identified and you can read their names on the bottom right hand corner.

All I can say is that it’s well worth the investment, and you will have lots of fun looking at it… so, what are you waiting for?!

1 Comment »

  1. I just wanted to point out that I have no connection with the Hat Magazine, I have paid for my CD, and I benefit in no way from this posting. But I liked the CD very much (and regret not having bought the one from last year) and thought you might like it too.

    Comment by cristinadeprada — August 26, 2007 @ 4:10 pm

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