Audrey Doherty – milliner

Audrey Doherty discovered millinery while studying Fashion & Textiles in London. By the time Audrey had completed her studies, she was selling to independent and Bridal boutiques in London, participated in a major Bridal fair at the Savoy Hotel and had a significant number of private and commercial clients.

Her work has been shown at the Chelsea Festival and Kensington Town Hall. Her designs have been filmed and included in a TV documentary on Ascot Ladies Day.

Audrey has shown in Graduate Fashion Week, during London Fashion Week, and in A Week of Hats organised by The Hat Magazine. The magazine also ran an article and featured several of her designs.

During Alternative Fashion Week 2005, Audrey was one of a group of 6 designers who were featured in a film for British Satellite News. She also trained in Theatrical Millinery and has designed for theatre shows and was commissioned to re-create model Jordan’s wedding tiara for the Little Britain team, as featured in Heat magazine. This tiara was used again in OK Magazine and Channel 4’s ‘Star Stories’.

Audrey’s bridal designs have been featured in Conde Naste Brides and Itialian Sposa bridal magazines.
Having recently re-located to Ireland, Audrey has introduced her millinery at the i.CARE Inishowen Fashion Week 2011 and designed a new body of work for ICARE Fashion Show 2012. Inishowen Women’s Information Network invited her to show in their annual Fashion event. She also exhibits her millinery with Inishowen Rural Arts Network.

Audrey is part of the Craft Collective at the Craft Village in Derry.

Some of the artist's work