A milliner who designs hats for royalty and the rich and famous has set up a new base in one of the Borders historic mill towns.
Yvette Jelfs has opened a new workshop and studio in the middle of Hawick.
Watch the full report from Jenny Longden below.
Yvette Jelfs uses blocking machines to create many of her hats.
The metal moulds are used to shape and sculpt different types of hats, from vintage shapes to trilbies and top-hats.
Yvette says it is the only milliners in Scotland that uses these machines:
A milliner who designs hats for royalty and the rich and famous has set up a new base in Hawick.
Yvette Jelfs has chosen the former mill town for her workshop and design studio.
Her couture hats have been worn by fashionistas around the world, but she is tight-lipped on some of her more famous clients:
An internationally renowned hat maker to the stars has decided to set up shop in Hawick.
Yvette Jelfs, who has made hats for Kate Moss and Amanda Redman, has converted a former sandwich shop in Noble Place into a design boutique.
The 45-year-old decided to settle in the borders due to the proximity of fabric makers producing cashmere, knitwear and tweed.
The couture shop sells hat ranging from £250 to £600.