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About Millinerium®

Millinerium produces hand-crafted hats and headwear with an emphasis on eco-friendly materials.
Most of our items are one-of-a-kind or limited edition works of millinery artistry and range from everyday wear, to special occasion, to bridal headpieces and custom designs.  Using natural and organic materials, repurposed materials, fabric remnants, cruelty-free feathers, and any other “green” method we can find, Millinerium places top priority on eco-friendly products with uncompromising design. Your support of hand-crafted products helps the environment, the local economy, and the arts.  By eliminating industrial waste, using thoughtful shipping processes, and making mindful choices about production materials and suppliers, Millinerium is pleased to bring you fashion-forward products about which you can feel good.

Our Mission

We believe fashion can (and should) be both sustainable and fun.  We want you to be 100% satisfied with your Millinerium product and will do everything we can do to make your shopping experience more enjoyable.

About Ginger

Ginger grew up in Dallas, Texas and inherited creativity from both sides of the family. She has always loved fashion and costume as outward expressions of individual style and playfulness. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a general concentration in painting, sculpture, and ceramics. Both her sculpture, which consisted mostly of earth-art installations, and her ceramics, whose clay comes from the earth, foreshadowed Ginger’s eventual involvement in the environmental movement.
Upon learning that the fashion industry didn’t offer many eco-friendly options, Ginger decided to forge her own path and provide an uncommon product:  a line of chic, “green” hats and accessories!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Patty Posteraro permalink
    March 4, 2010 12:11 pm

    Loving everything about your wonderful career, Ginger! I am so happy for you and in such awe of you! Congratulations!

  2. Claudia Medina permalink
    October 12, 2010 6:48 pm

    Ginger, loving your blog so far, such awesome info for newbies to the millinery world! Looking forward to your posts and knowledge, keep up the awesome work.

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