NC Hatmaker turning heads

Cindy Nel

 

IT’S HATS off to an Upington hatmaker whose creation caused great excitement among the fashion elite when it was worn by Miss South Africa at the Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town recently In her well-ordered workshop in Upington, surrounded by feathers and the fascinators on her workbench, Eveline de Lange gave a whoop of joy when she saw one of her designs making its debut some 800km away at the Kenilworth Racecourse on January 28. As the rich and famous raised their glasses to their Sun Met wins, the diminutive milliner and designer watched on her phone to see her design trending on social media networks. The annual horse race attracts the finest fillies and stallions, jockeys and trainers who bring majestic sporting prowess to the track. It also brings out the sartorial

As the rich and famous raised their glasses to their Sun Met wins, the diminutive milliner and designer watched on her phone to see her design trending on social media networks. The annual horse race attracts the finest fillies and stallions, jockeys and trainers who bring majestic sporting prowess to the track. It also brings out the sartorial splendor of the best dressed who sparkle in all their finery Eveline’s favorite TV presenter, Cindy Nell, was the lady in red at this year’s event. Feted as a top trendsetter, this former Miss South Africa appeared in an exquisite crossover gown designed by Gabriela Fraser, topped off with a showstopping hat, made by Eveline.

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