Jane Blanchot

French millinery company. It carries the name of its founder, who was a sculptor and continued to devote herself to her vocation, while also following a career as milliner, which began in 1910 with the opening of an atelier in Paris. Until the 1960s, she designed hats, exploring particular forms and structures. Her passion for sculpture urged her to also create jewelry. After the war, as honorary President of the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture, she struggled to safeguard perfectionism and artisan’s ability of the profession.