Christine A. Moore: Official Milliner of the 2017 Iroquois Steeplechase
Established in 1994, Christine A. Moore Millinery is based in New York City, located on 34th Street between the fashion and accessories districts. Although Christine designs a wide range of women’s and men’s hats, she is best known for her explosive racing styles designed for the Kentucky Derby, two of which are in the Kentucky Derby Museum. In 2009 she partnered with Churchill Downs and Mattel to design the official Barbie derby hat, and in that same year her hats were used in the official Kentucky Derby poster. She has designed Oaks and Derby hats for Kentucky’s former First Lady Jane K. Beshear and Preakness hats for former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore. Christine has been on the TODAY Show six times live from Churchill Downs where NBC calls her “the milliner to the Triple Crown.” She is the official milliner for Breeders’ Cup and the Iroquois Steeplechase, featured designer at the Preakness Stakes, Keeneland and the Florida Derby. Christine has worked closely with America’s Best Racing and Longines, helping to highlight fashion trends at many racing events across the country.
Christine A. Moore Millinery has worked with corporations such as Longines, Under Armour, Bare Essentials, Navistar, Grey Goose and CXI to name a few. Christine’s hats have graced many magazine covers including InStyle with Katy Perry, Vanity Fair with Jennifer Lopez, Sophisticated Living, SENSE Magazine, the Baltimore Sun and was the first milliner to be showcased on the cover of Churchill Downs Magazine. In the fall of 2009 Christine was named the ‘official hat designer’ for the prestigious Naples Botanical Garden and has since partnered for prestigious events like the Central Park Conservancy, the Trust for the National Mall and the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Christine’s hats have been showcased on many television shows including Nashville, The Carrie Diaries, Gossip Girl and Horse Players. Her hats are available at the finest boutiques throughout the country and can locally be found at Gus Mayer in Nashville next to The Mall at Green Hills. Other collections include the Blake Collection for men, casual collections for Fall, Winter and Resort and a Desert Collection unveiled at “Taste of the World,” a Breeders’ Cup 2016 event at Warner Bros. Studios. Each hat in her collection has a drawstring in the grosgrain (hat band) to adjust for size and comfort. Each of her straw creations is hand-dyed to the desired color, blocked on wooden forms, wired, lined and handmade trim applied adding a quality finishing touch to her designs. Christine A. Moore Millinery is known for their fine finishing work, attention to detail and customer relations. Her designs are light in weight giving a softer wearable feeling. Each hat is individually made with great care in the USA.
Christine A. Moore Millinery
110 West 34th Street, Suite 1009
New York, NY 10001
212.279.1775 | camhats.com