Celeste is a couture milliner noted for both period and contemporary hats. She remain true to the old world couture method established by the English and French designers of the 1920's, 30's and 40's.

Originally based in Los Angeles, Celeste's experience in feature films and television enable her to support Costume Designers in meeting or exceeding artistic expectation. While remaining on time and within budget.

Celeste's desire to enter the fashion business stems from her youth while working under her mother as an employee for an east coast clothing company. It was there  she was able to develope invauble skills with a keen sense of color coordination and fashion awarness,she contiuned to pursue her creative talents by taking coures in fashion illustration, millinery and pattermaking at the Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. She also took classes in millinery from the Late Wilma Rhea Gordon, and in London with the renown Rose Cory, who created hats for the Late Queen Elizabeth,

Celeste combines her innate sense of style with an imaginative use of traditional and innovative fabrics, trimmings and a variety of shapes. She is particularly noted for translating the most creative ideas into very unique yet workable designs.Her distinctive style of millinery also incorporates asymmetrical twists and bias cuts which is not only unique in its appearance , but also in its construction.

Celeste's creativity has not gone unnoticed.For the last five years her hats have been on exhibit at the Kentucky Derby Museum, where she won the People's choice award in 2007.she received an award from the American Business Women Association for Woman of the year in 1998.Her headpieces were in the Los Angeles Wedding Pages and Who's Who of entrepreneurs in 1999. Celeste has also designed and created hats for movies such as "Having Our Say" and "The Dust Factory".