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Margaret Keeble of

Papillon Hats


Margaret Keeble of Papillon Hats has been creating headwear for the discerning woman since 1999.

Margaret was involved in making headwear for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. She designed the headwear for the Lucien Henri Centenary Exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum and participates in fundraising events for various charitable organisations.

An entrant in the Sixth International Contest of Hat Designers at L’Atelier-Musee du Chapeau, Chazelles-sur-Lyon in France, Margaret’s work was awarded the Public Choice award for which she received the Albert Neel trophy (Prix de Rome). Margaret specializes in special occasion, race wear, bridal, fascinators and cocktail hats.

Appointments are arranged to suit the client’s lifestyle, with an extensive portfolio available for viewing.

Margaret. Thank you so much for creating such a beautiful fascinator for me. You have truly created a one of a kind piece to match my dress perfectly and I received a lot of positive attention at the Wedding I attended. What a perfect way to finish off my outfit.


Juliette Elith

Thanks again very much for the lovely hat, I absolutely love it! The Melbourne Cup day went very smoothly and my hat was very popular amongst friends. I was very proud to wear it and look forward to wearing it more during this summer. Looking forward to wearing more hats of yours next year.

Warmest Regards,


Thanks so much, I'm thrilled with my purchase and have had many compliments.

Kind Regards,

Kerrie Adams

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