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Friday interview

Malinda Damgaard, milliner to the rich and famous

Published fredag 23 augusti 2013 kl 15.30
"I don't want to be a copycat"
(9:43 min)
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Malinda Damgaard and Princesses Victoria and Madeleine, both wearing Damgaard creations. Photo: Jessica Gow/Jonas Ekströmer/Leif R Jansson/Scanpix
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A Lady Gaga waxwork wearing a copy of the famous hat, made by Malinda Damgaard. Photo: AP Photo/Joel Ryan

She has made hats for celebrities such as Lady Gaga and royals in both the UK and Sweden.  After spending almost five years in London working for world-famous hat maker Phillip Treacy, Malinda Damgaard has moved back to Sweden to start her own label and studio.

In today's Friday interview on Radio Sweden, we find out why she decided to start a career in making hats, how she got to work with one of the world's leading hat makers, what she thinks of the Lady Gaga hat with which she is constantly linked, and why she decided to leave the fashion capital of London to move back to Sweden.

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