The early designs of milliner Philip Treacy, who talks about his work and plans for the future.
- Title Early Designs from Student Philip Treacy
- 1st Broadcast 14/08/1987
- ContributorDave Fanning (Presenter)
- Clip Duration 00:01:18
- Material Type Video
- Series title Visual Eyes
- Clip title Philip Treacy A Milliner in the Making
- Extended description
Dave Fanning visits the fashion department of the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Dublin where he talks to 3rd year student, Philip Treacy about his hat designs and his hopes for the future.
Fanning appears wearing a yellow bonnet which was made by Treacy and won first prize in the Kilkenny Design Centre Competition.
At the age of 20 Treacy describes his designs as "not for the faint hearted". Treacy says that he hopes to move in the direction of couture hat design where each creation is designed specifically for the customer.
Following completing his fashion degree at NCAD, Philip Treacy went on to complete an MA in Fashion Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Treacy has gone on to become an internationally renowned designer. His hats have been worn by members of the British royal family as well as Lady Gaga.
This episode of 'Visual Eyes' was broadcast on 14 August 1987.
'Visual Eyes' was first aired on 2 July 1987 and was presented by Dave Fanning. The programme focused on the visual side of life and featured new bands nationwide.
'Visual Eyes' was aimed at a youth audience whose interests range from film, publishing, videos, design, stage, dance, television, advertising and photography.
- Local keywords Philip Treacy, Fashion, Fame, Millinery, Hats, NCAD, Dave Fanning
- Geographical coverage Ireland, Dublin
- Topic Arts and Culture
- Publisher Broadcaster RTÉ
- First broadcast channel RTÉ One
- Production year 1987
- Country of production Ireland
- Original identifier 96D01259
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- Item type part/extract
- Item colour Colour
- Item sound Mono
- Aspect ratio 4:3
- Language used English (eng)
- Original language English (eng)