Monday, 30 July 2012

#Hatwalk x London's Most Iconic Statues @Grazia_Live

If you’re walking around London this week, look upwards at some of our most iconic statues and they might just look a little different than usual! 

Starting today until Friday 3rd August, you can see 21 London monuments sporting hats designed by some of the world's most famous milliners. The statue toppers are all part of Grazia Magazine's HATWALK, a collaboration between the magazine and the Mayor of London to celebrate British fashion and London's heritage, aiming to raise money for children's and educational charities. 
Statues given a makeover include Nelson in Trafalgar Square (by Lock & Co, above), Churchill on Bond Street (by Herbert Johnson), King George IV in Trafalgar Square (by Stephen Jones), William Shakespeare in Leicester Square (by Bernstock Speirs) and Robert Burns on the Victoria Embankment (by William Chambers).

You can download a map of all 21 statues topped off in style HERE.

*Latest - William Shakespeare's signature Bernstock Speirs bunny hat was stolen overnight!
If anyone has any details please get in touch with Grazia so they can recover the hat and you'll receive a reward from the milliners themselves.
Contact the team on twitter @Grazia_live or email to


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