Rosie Boylan’s world of hats stretches far and wide.
From her iconic creations for the stars of stage and screen, to working with traditional artisan weavers across the Pacific region… from distinctive bespoke commissions for couture clients, to street-smart ready to wear for those who just love wearing hats. Rosie combines her mastery of millinery skills with a great sense of ‘character’, and what it takes to make a hat work as a natural expression of the wearer.
Contact Rosie to discuss your special hat project or to commission a bespoke creation. Visit her online store to buy ready to wear hats for men and women, or drop in to her Newtown store for her expert styling and fitting assistance.
Become one of Rosie’s ‘hat friends’ today.
Fashion and Street Headwear
Rosie offers a ready-to-wear range of men’s and women’s casual contemporary headwear, available online at hatsbyrosieboylan.com. Rosie also offers clients visiting her Newtown store a uniquely personal fitting and styling service in her ready to wear styles.
Rosie works with leading Australian fashion designers to create statement headwear for catwalk and new collections.
Screen & Live Performance Headwear
Rosie has created iconic bespoke headwear for principals and featured characters in many Australian film productions. Rosie has collaborated with leading costume designers on feature films and teleseries, including Three Thousand Years of Longing, Elvis, Alien Covenant, The Great Gatsby, Moulin Rouge, Australia, The Piano and Peter Pan; and for television, credits include The Secret River, A Place to Call Home and Banished. Australian live performance and international productions of musical theatre include The King and I, Phantom of the Opera and Love Never Dies.
International Headwear Consultancy
Supported by international trade and advocacy programs Rosie works closely with women in the Pacific region to translate their weaving skills to create new products enabling access to national and international markets. Rosie has supported women in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu through skills training and ongoing coaching and mentoring in headwear design and production.
Read more about Rosie’s international collaborations on her blog.