Last summer we were approached by a costume and prop stylist who had been on a long and particular search for party hats and crowns from the 1930's era. Having spotted a picture of the desired style on one of our blog posts from years ago, he contacted us with a project: there was a big scene in the then filming production of the latest Woody Allen movie, a New Year's Eve party with each actor dressed in full period festive regalia. This particular hat the stylist had spotted was a past single vintage piece that had long-since been sold. Of course we assured him that we could recreate 60 to 100 of them, no problem. We'd figure it out later...and so we did. We managed to source all of the materials to make the glittered foil and paper tissue hats and feathered tiaras. We delivered them a few weeks later, and were sworn to secrecy about the project, not knowing whether our efforts would be featured at all or edited out of movie entirely. It was yesterday that we spotted the trailer of cafe society, which just premiered at the cannes film festival. Star-studded, beautifully styled and filmed, we are so very proud to be even a tiny part of this movie. Can't wait to see it - it opens july 15th. Maybe we'll see you there - we'll be the ones screaming with glee from our seats. Check out the trailer and spot the tiaras and hats in the last few scenes!