International millinery and headwear at MV hat shops in London, Amsterdam and Dusseldorf The enchantment of the historic setting of Hoeden M/V in Amsterdam, the jewellery box presentation of Hut-Couture M/V in Düsseldorf, the contemporary Hat Gallery M/V concept in London. Three destination hat shops established and managed by Marly Vroemen (M/V, means men/women in Dutch): an entrepreneur with a mission to excel in customer service, in creative and distinctive settings, and with a driving passion to support the latest talents in millinery. We look forward to welcoming you to the M/V hat world.
HAT GALLERY M/V LONDON
London's HAT GALLERY M/V is a contemporary hat/millinery shop for ladies & men's headwear and presents Borsalino, Bronté, Marzi, Philip Treacy, Stetson and many more international hat labels, in a modern gallery ambiance. Our experienced style advisors look forward to welcoming you at the Hat Gallery M/V, in Kensington.
Largest Borsalino hat collection in London.NEW ARRIVALS!
This season we present the latest designs from Atelier Autruche - Borsalino - Bronté - Céline Robert - Emmy Jaarsma - Laurence Leleux - Karen Henriksen - Mirjam Nuver - Marzi - Nerida Fraiman - Nicki Marquardt - Patricia Underwood - Philip Treacy - Oliver Sander - Stephen Jones - Stetson - Whiteley - Bonnie Evelyn - Maddox
HOEDEN M/V AMSTERDAM
The large variety of headwear, the professional staff as well as an extraordinary interior at the Amsterdam canal house, make the hat shop HOEDEN M/V a landmark.Set in a traditional 18th Century canal side property, right in the heart of Amsterdam, Hoeden M/V has provided customers with an exquisite shopping experience since 1989. Chandeliers, fireplaces, wooden floorboards and marble details are the ingredients for a magical atmosphere and a unique presentation platform for its contemporary hat collection.
HUT COUTURE M/V DUSSELDORF
In 1990, Marly Vroemen opened her exclusive hat boutique in Düsseldorf, Germany. In 2010, an innovative hat store concept was introduced, with a jewellery case presentation along the 17 meter wide window front. Interior designer Rob Mentzen developed special mills to optimize the presentation of delicate headwear. The height of the store inspired him to make a modern and impressive version of a Borsalino cabinet with stepladder, to store the wide choice of men€™s hats and caps in a clear and graphic way.