Angeline Alice Millinery

bemidji, united states

Anthea Fascinator

One-of-a-kind off-white percher fascinator covered in a trio of natural ostrich feathers and creamy white cotton upholstery fabric that features a raised diamond pattern. This fascinator attaches to your head with an elastic band. This fascinator was inspired by Anthea, one of the many female characters in the Sherlock Holmes series. I have always loved the Victorian era of fashion. It has an air of mystery about it.
Colour: Animal Print
Material: Braid
Occasion: Everyday
Season: All seasons
Size: 53cm / 20 7/8" / UK 6 1/2 / US 6 5/8
Style: Baker Boy Hats
Target market: Kids
Weight (g): 450
  • Angeline Alice Millinery is named after her two grandmothers, Angeline Freichels (1902-1991) and Alice Grubich (1915-1975) who lived in an era where it was proper etiquette for women to wear hats. 


    Kelly was born in St. Paul, Minnesota but has called Bemidji, Minnesota home since 2004. Her mother, LaVanche Freichels (1942-1989), taught her to sew at age eight and the rest is history. 

    Kelly’s passion for making fascinators came from watching the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011. Since then, Kelly has made hundreds of unique fascinators, hatinators, headpieces, hair accessories and hats. Some of her favorite embellishments and textiles to use are feathers from birds native to Minnesota, ribbon, buttons, brooches, crystal beads, rhinestones, tulle, sinamay, lace, silk, satin, wool, and brocade. Every item she makes is unique and you will never find another one exactly like it.

    Kelly can also be commissioned for custom headpieces for any holiday or occasion. For inquiries, click ask a question

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