Eloise Moody studied design at Goldsmiths and trained with the legendary hatter Jane Smith. She established Moody and Farrell three years ago and since then has created their seasonal collections of bold and characterful hats, notable for their clean lines and innovative use of unusual fabrics which have been featured in a wide range of newspapers and magazines.

She has made hats for theatre, television and films

Michael John Farrell (deceased) is a very silent partner. The only keen hat wearer in an otherwise bare-headed family, Eloise’s grandfather was her first inspiration and his name graces every hat. He is not available for consultation.

Moody and Farrell have worked with a variety of clients- from commissions for Selfridges windows and Bowler Hat helmets for Bobbin Bicycles to exclusive hats for the Savoy Hotel. Moody and Farrell have recently collaborated with Christys’ hats (the oldest hatters in Britain) on their first luxury womens-wear collection. They are also working on an exciting project with the visionary photographer, Madame Peripetie. Moody and Farrell hats can also be seen in 2013 in the Museum of Art and Design in New York.




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