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Tracy Rose Daisy Chain Hat seen in Daily Mail Online 19th June 2018, Day 1 Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose “England Hat” seen on Daily Mail Online 20th June 2018, Day 2 Royal Ascot: “Come on England” Hat. Also seen in Horse and Hound Magazine, Racing Post, Daily Express and Daily Star
Tracy Rose Butterflies over Sunset Hat seen in The Guardian 21st June 2018, Day 3 Ladies Day Royal Ascot: Also published in VTN, and Daily MailOnline
Tracy Rose Futuristic Hat seen in the Daily Express 22nd June 2018, Day 4 Royal Ascot: “Tracy Rose during Royal Ascot” Also published in Big W News and Club Spin Australia
Tracy Rose Spanish Hat seen in The Sun and The Scottish Sun 23rd June 2018, Day 5 Royal Ascot:
Tracy Rose “Elizabethan Ruffle Hat” seen in Daily Mail Online 21st June 2017, Day 1 Royal Ascot: “Artist Tracy Rose cuts a striking figure in a red, white and blue outfit.
Tracy Rose “Abstract in Motion Hat” seen in Daily Express, 22nd June 2017, Day 2 Royal Ascot. Also seen in DailyMailOnline and Mirror Newspaper.
Tracy Rose “Book of Roses Hat” seen in the Daily Telegraph, June 23rd 2017.
Tracy Rose “Beautiful June” Hat seen on Daily Mail Online, 16th June 2016, Royal Ascot Ladies Day
Get Reading, 15th June 2016, Tracy Rose wearing her “Millinery in Motion” Hat
Tracy Rose “Jockeys in Motion Hat” seen in The Times and Times Online, 14th June 2016, at Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose “Plait Hat” seen on ITV, 28th July 2016, at Glorious Goodwood Ladies Day
Tracy Rose Ballerina Hat seen in the Daily Telegraph, 17th June 2015, at Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose Picasso-themed hat seen in OK! Magazine online, 18th June 2015, at Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose Rainbow in Clouds Hat seen on Evening Standard Online | Royal Ascot fashion 2015: celebrity guest style | By Charlie Teather | 18th June 2015
Tracy Rose Victoriana Hand & Rose Hat seen in Daily Mail Online and Newspaper, 18th June 2014, at Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose’s Wave Hat seen in Elle Canada and Elle USA, 19th June 2014, Day 2 Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose Seascape Hat seen in Daily Mirror, 20th June 2014, at Ladies Day, Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose “Hats Hats Hats” seen in Metro.co.uk, 18th June 2013 on the first day of Royal Ascot horse racing festival at Ascot, southern England
Horse & Hound, 27 June 2013, two images of Tracy Rose hats from the first and second days of Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose “Filmstrip” hat seen on ITV.com, 20 June 2013, at Ladies Day, Royal Ascot
Tracy Rose “Crown Hat” seen in the Huffington Post, June 2nd 2012, at Diamond Jubilee Epsom Derby Festival
THE TIMES, June 23rd 2012
Daily Mail, June 15th 2011, “Hat designer Tracy Rose raised the stakes”
Metro Newspaper, 15th June 2011, “Looking like a milliner dollars: Hat designer Tracy Rose above
OK! Online, 12th July 2011, “Tracy Rose created her very own Wimbledon inspired hat, we kind of want one”
HELLO! MAGAZINE, 29TH JUNE 2010
MARIE CLAIRE ONLINE LADIES DAY GLORIOUS GOODWOOD
THE TIMES, 21ST JUNE, 2010
Daily Telegraph, 16th June 2010
Daily Mirror, Royal Ascot Supplement, June 2010, Front Page
InStyle.co.uk, June 15th 2010
City AM, July 31st 2009, Front Page
The Guardian, June 19th 2009
The Guardian, February 21st 2009, Tracy Rose from Fashion Fabulous London learns about ecofashion at Estethica at London Fashion Week
Urbanjunkies.com, London Fashion Week Feb 09 / Hannah Marshall party at ON/OFF
Urbanjunkies.com, London Fashion Week Feb 09 / Kokon to Zai party at Ghost Farringdon
The Times, June 20th 2008
Metro, June 18th 2008
MSN.COM, 20th June 2008 and photo in MarieClaire.co.uk
Sunday Times, June 24th 2007
SKY NEWS, June 20th 2007
Daily Mirror, June 20th 2007
The Times June 23rd 2006, Front Page
Daily Mail June 15th 2005
Daily Mirror, September 16th 2002 Tracy Rose and Ken Livingstone at Moet Chandon Party, London Fashion Week
Yorkshire Post, June 17th 2005
Daily Express, June 16th 2004
Hello Magazine, June 30th 2005
Gala (France), June 2006
Semana (Spain), June 2006
Paris Match, June 2006
Hello Magazine, 2nd July 2002
Horse and Hounds Magazine, 27th June 2002
OK! Magazine, 14th January 2003
Ascot Convertible Dress 2008
From the Mail on Sunday’s website, 20th June 2008
Daily Telegraph 18/06/2008
One racegoer found a unique way of getting around the code. Tracy Rose, a 47-year-old hat designer from London, wore a multicoloured dress that could be worn either as a mini or converted to a longer length in order to get past security outside the royal enclosure. “This year there are so many different regulations of what to wear and how to look,” she said. “This dress takes just a second to convert to regulation length and I designed it especially for today.”
The Sun, June 18th 2008
Those privileged enough to be in the Royal Enclosure, which maintains a famously strict admittance policy, had to keep an eye on their outfit this year. After confusion over the definition of “formal day dress” last year, the Ascot authorities have reworded the dress code for women.
It stresses that off the shoulder, halter neck, spaghetti straps and dresses with a strap of less than one inch and miniskirts are “unsuitable”. The code stipulates that midriffs must also be covered and trouser suits must be full length and of matching material and colour.
Among those arriving for the day was hat designer Tracy Rose, who found a unique way to get around the dress code.
The 47-year-old, from London, created her own dress which starts as a mini but can be converted to fit in with the rules at Ascot, which she has been attending for 27 years.
Wearing the striking pink, purple and yellow outfit and matching abstract hat, she said: “It is a mini to start with, which personally I feel a lot more comfortable in.
“Obviously this year for the Royal Enclosure there are so many different regulations of what to wear and how to look.
“This dress takes just a second to convert to regulation length and I designed it especially for today.”
Royal Ascot 2009
The London Paper, June 18th 2009 by Lara Deauville
One regular known for her incredible creations is milliner Tracy Rose who had a yellow and pink crepe hat perched on her head. The art deco inspired design was in the shape of a diamond with a beaded border and looked like it would take off if the wind got up.
The 48-year-old from South Kensington said “I have a lot of orders for Ascot but I can design them quite quickly. It’s making them that takes a while because I’m often trying to do things that haven’t been done before and I try to work out how to solve the problems.”