Her attention to detail, ability to teach herself new techniques and her vast knowledge of fashion history enables her creations to be of the highest standards while still being comfortable and accessible for her clients.

Cathy has appeared on the RTE Today show and in Brides of Kerry, Irish Wedding Journal and Confetti magazines and received style recommendations from IMAGE Brides, Irish Wedding Diary and Irish Tatler. She has received numerous nominations and won the inaugural Kelleher’s Sustainable Fashion award.

 

Cathy lives in a village outside Killarney, Co Kerry and has a wooden workshop there where she invites clients to visit and discuss their needs.

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Headpiece designer based in Kerry, Ireland

Cathy Troth is an award winning, self taught milliner who keeps on trend while encompassing both the past and the future of design and materials. Starting her millinery business in May 2015, after a few years of resurrecting old, discarded jewellery into new designs, Cathy continues to hold her sustainable ethics.

Within a short time period and with much hard work, she came to the attention of bridal and fashion designers alike, establishing strong, long lasting relationships.

Cathy designs and creates bridal and occasional headpieces and veils often incorporating vintage and sustainable materials. An exclusive option Cathy is to incorporate sentimental items into the piece for her clients, be it a brooch from grandmother or earrings from mother. It leads to an even more personal experience with the ability to include a departed family member into your special day.

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