Perhaps you'll be attending tomorrow's Emirates Singapore Derby, or you may have an upcoming fancy dress party to attend. Whatever the reason you may have, know that a beautifully-designed headpiece is an important finishing touch to any outfit. 

Here are 3 Singapore-based milliners who create designs worth saying 'hats off' to.

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Image: Eskpade Millinery

Kristine Hakim is the owner of bespoke millinery atelier, Eskpade Millinery; private appointments available at her Mohamed Sultan Road studio. Selling one-of-a-kind headpieces that are exquisitely handmade, whimsical and stunning, each piece is an artwork in itself. Kristine's work has been seen on society stalwarts like Peggy Jeffs , and in fact created the stunner that Peggy wore at the Tatler Ball in 2016.

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Image: Heads of State Millinery

Heads of State Millinery by Chee Sau Fen creates sustainable statement designs using indigenous crafting methodology and often overlooked raw materials. Her designs are proof that sustainable fashion can be synonymous with good taste as she continues to create beautiful, unique headwear sure to make you stand out in a crowd.

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Image: Hats Off

Kathryn Campbell is an Australian self-taught milliner based in Singapore and the owner of Hats Off, which sells bespoke headwear with intricate craftsmanship worth flaunting at a derby. Most of her pieces come with ornate feathers and flowers in vibrant colours that are anything but understated.

 (Related: MAC teams up with milliner Philip Treacy)

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