heather huey: couture milliner [spring pop up shop]

Couture milliner Heather Huey will be featured in a “pop-up shop” at TRUNK for the entire month of March, launched by an opening reception Thursday, March 6, from 6 to 9pm.

A native New Yorker, Huey graduated from Fordham University at Lincoln Center with a Bachelor’s Degree (summa cum laude) in architecture and art history. She went on to study millinery at the Fashion Institute of Technology before starting her eponymous design label in 2005. Since then Huey has broadened her design scope to include body wrap and body cage pieces in addition to her signature headpieces. Her work has been featured in such publications as Interview, Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Vogue China, Vogue Korea, W, Numéro France, V, VMan, Purple Fashion, and Vogue Hommes Japan.

Huey has enjoyed creative collaborations with designers Thakoon, Simon Spurr, Siki Im, and Christian Siriano for New York Fashion Week. In 2010, Huey was afforded the opportunity to create her own pop-up installation at HL23 under the Highline Park in New York City. In 2012, “Heather Huey was shot by Billy Kidd” exhibition and book debuted at Clic Gallery in Soho, NY.

1 comment:

  1. I really loved the dress, it is simply perfect, and the shipping time was also superfast. Wow i am very impressed with the designer! My sister got engaged and getting married all within 45 days!
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TRUNK is a lifestyle boutique set within a welcoming industrial space, frequented by women looking for much more than the latest fashion craze. The three independent designer-owners of TRUNK, Aimee G, Samoy Lenko and Radka Design are proud to create, design and manufacture their work in New York. TRUNK provides a stimulating platform for their creations, as well as for the works of invited local designers and artists. Collections featured at TRUNK include distinctive women’s wear, jewelry, accessories, art and furniture, all locally designed and manufactured, making a bold creative statement that “style can be created and found locally.”