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Contact us for custom, handmade hats & fascinators in your colors, dyed to match.

Rush orders welcome!
Over 24+ years of experience in creating beautiful hats & fascinators.

Visit our New York City Hat Shop. Made in N.Y.C.

Group and private hat classes

134 Orchard Street, New York, N.Y., 10002, USA, +1 (212) 965 9176

lshaub@lisashaub.com

 Are you ready for winter? At Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery we have got you covered with easy hats to keep warm. Roll them up in your pocket, fine in the rain and snow, and keep that fabulous look going. Maybe you want to learn how to make hats, or even make your own Kentucky Derby Fascinator? We have some great private and group classes lined up with info below.

Store Hours, 134 Orchard Street, NYC:

Tuesday -Saturday 12-5

If these hours don't work for your schedule please contact us. We are happy to accommodate your schedule.212-965-9176

From February 15-26 we will be in Europe buying supplies for Kentucky Derby. If you need to make an appointment going forward please email. Thanks!

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 Lisa is now offering private and group classes.  All skill levels. Call for info 212-965-9176 or email.

Classes at 134 Orchard Street, NYC.

The below classes are on-going and may be scheduled for you personally or for a group at a time that works with your schedule.

Kentucky Derby Fascinators- Create your own one-of- a- kind  Derby Fascinator. In this 2 hour class you will design and construct your own fascinator ready for Louisville, or a fun Derby event. Lisa will help you understand which shape and trim will work best for your face and outfit. For the class Lisa will be providing basic fascinator needs such as bases, some fabric and simple trims. Should you want straw, flowers and other trims to match your outfit it is strongly encouraged that you purchase those things yourself. Lisa also offers the pricing option of having her make those purchases on your behalf. This price can change depending on your trim ideas.

Limit 3 people. prices quoted below are per person. Please note that this class will not run from April 1-May 5.

Just the class only including basic items
 (you would buy your own sinamay, flowers, trim)                                                           $200

The class including trims specific to your outfit                                                                $300  
(everything you would need to make your fascinator)                                                          

Create your own felt hat
In this 2 session 2 hour class we will be blocking our own felt hats. In the first session Lisa will discuss basic blocking techniques and how to work with felt. You will be shown how to create a hat and block your own design. In the second session we will focus on finishing techniques, trimming, and style decisions. You will leave at the end of the second session with your own hat.

Cost for just the class
(you would purchase your own felt and trim)                                                                     $200

Cost for class including trims                                                                                              $300

Small Business Class

Are you starting a business? Lisa has 30 years of experience working in business scenarios including: wholesale, retail, display, trade-shows, craft fairs, writing, developing samples, pricing, merchandising. marketing, p.r., Socials Media, and life balance.  You can schedule a meeting at a time convenient to your schedule.  Consultations will work at an hourly rate, depending on the number of people attending.  Phone meetings and video are also possible,

Class Policies

In order to confirm your spot classes need to be paid for in full 48 hours before your class. That payment is non-refundable. We allow 15 minutes grace period if you are late but beyond that you will lose class time. With 48 hours notice you may change your class time.

 

 Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery is featured at CNBC

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L.S. Livewell- Living Well is Best

In addition to designing beautiful fine millinery,  Lisa Shaub also creates the look and content for her healthy lifestyle blog lslivewell.com.  This is the place to find short cut, tips and hacks to make eating healthy easy and fun. If you practice a diabetic, paleo, or a low carb lifestyle Lisa has the info. You can check out the blog's daily progress on Instagram.

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Lisa Shaub has been making fine hand made hats for over twenty four years with seventeen years in retail. She has been recognized to be included both by New York Magazine for their “1300 Best Stores of New York City” issue for over nine years, Time Out's "Best Hat Shops", as well as included in the prestigious Zagat guide. She has been featured in Vogue, Elle, W, WWD, Time Out New York, and The New York Times among others. Her celebrity clients include Taylor Swift, Jessica Biel, Brittney Spears, Brooke Shields, Aaron Neville, Clare Danes, Audrey Tautou, Megan Morgan (wife of Tracy), and now Mary Ellen Bonomo (owner of the winning horse of the 143rd Kentucky Derby).

Lisa Shaub Fine Millinery is the place where you can find gorgeous fascinators and hats for events such as the Kentucky Derby, and the Central Park Conservancy. We are known for excellent quality, unusual design and comfort. In addition, we specialize in custom work, bridal, and handmade millinery with original details such as hand crafted flowers, and intricate beading. We welcome wholesale inquiries and often do trunk shows in stores or for charities.

If you would like to have a custom hat made we can work from our shapes or yours and custom dye to match your outfit. For more information about custom made hats or fascinators please visit the “About “ page.

Rush items are welcome. Please call or email for a consultation.

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