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Presenting the  SPRING MARKET 🌸 at ïLD studio.

On May 5th Iwona Ludyga Design will be hosting a carefully selected group of designers and makers (including my own line, Marine & Deerfield hats) as well as great vintage finds from @omnia_clothing.

There will be bath and body products, leather bags, home decor, hats  (of course) and tons of great fashion!

In addition, we will have yummy snacks for everyone and a spot designated for the little ones with some coloring, so bring them with!

This is the perfect occasion to have some fun, find something for yourself, a friend or for Mom 💗

Saturday, May 5th
200 6th St. 3D • Brooklyn NY 11215

West 13th Street POP UP : June 24/25/26 (UPDATES)

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Shop Marine&Deerfield handmade hats!

Plus amazing accessories, clothing, jewelry, perfume, and more by designers;

Daryl K, HEIKE, BERENIK, NinaBee, Perfumera Curandera, Bottega Organica, Bech&Bird, Lorae Russo, Come out to the Coast, Emporium Objectum and Michael Thomas

Meat Packing District, NYC - JUNE 24TH - 26TH 2016

12 - 9 PM ( Free Drinks on Saturday from 6pm - 10)



The Launch of Marine & Deerfield - December 15th, 2015

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I can't believe it's taken me three months to post information about the event I held at my home back in December. Co-hosted by Tina Lipman and Victoria Sullivan, we celebrated the launch of Marine & Deerfield.Let's just say it's been a busy few months sense then.  

A fabulous group of Ladies at the Launch modeling M&D hats.

A fabulous group of Ladies at the Launch modeling M&D hats.

It was a really fantastic night, with ladies trying on hats, and going home with one of their own.  I'm about to do another event, which I'll post details to soon.  This time a Trunk Show, at a local boutique.

Stepping Back in Time in KÖLN

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When visiting Köln (Cologne, Germany), I happened upon this amazing vintage inspired Hat Maker, Jürgen Eifler.  My jaw dropped, my forhead stuck to the window, as I gazed lovingly through the windows of the shop.  I was smitten. In love.  Could I move in?  Can I live here?  This was everything I wanted.  Look at the blocks! The materials! The Decor!  Perfect.  See for yourself.

As you can see. Amazing. Vintage. Working. Wow.  

A Hatter on Portobello Road

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While in London this past August (I was taking a personal one-on-one Millinery course with Chloe Scrivener,) I was able to take a Friday off and walk the long lovely route of Porabello Road. What an experience. So much to see, and so many treats.  While walking through, I ran across Sara Colacicco, of Sara Tiara Hats, an amazing Hatter.

She was busy attending to other people so I didn't have a chance to stop and talk with her. It wasn't until later when I looked her up on the internet that I read a little bit about her background, and looked further into what she is doing.  She creates diverse, one-of-a-kind pieces, using unusual fabrics and accessories, including tweed and cashmere, antique lace and feathers.  It's a bit romantic, scottish highlands, fairies, with a 20's flapper vive as well.  

ith a Client

ith a Client

On Display

On Display



At the Market

At the Market


Springtime in Seville: Rediscovering an Old Love

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Enjoying a break in Seville, Spain

Enjoying a break in Seville, Spain

Last spring while traveling through the beautiful city of Seville, Spain, I discovered a shop full of the most amazing hats I'd ever seen.  I knocked on the door, and inquired within.  What, where, how!  I wanted to know more.  It turns out the shop, was more of a studio space, where she made and ran her business of making hats.  Hats for custom order and for the spanish runways.  The Milliner was Patricia Buffuna.  

I've always been a hat girl. Ever since I was little. But it never occurred to me that I could make hats.  It still didn't at that time. But, it wasn't long before I took my skills as an artist and seamstress, and applied them as a Milliner.