Since establishing his label Noel has designed hats for leading fashion designers such as Mulberry, Roland Mouret, Diesel, Roksanda, Erdem, Chalayan, Richard Nicoll, Jaeger, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Sibling, Viktor & Rolf, Gareth Pugh, House of Holland, Marta Jakubowki, Charles Jeffrey, JW Anderson, Givenchy and Valentino. His continuing work with such designers reflects the relevance of his role in contemporary fashion.
Off the catwalk, Noel Stewart has acquired a loyal fan-base. His hats have been worn by Keira Knightly, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Miranda Kerr, Elizabeth Debicki, Lizzo, Paloma Faith, Elisabeth Moss, MO, Victoria Beckham, Carey Mulligan, Alison Goldfrapp, Lady Gaga, Sharon Stone, Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, FKA Twigs, Beth Ditto and their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Sussex, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.
Named Accessory Designer of the Year 2015 by UKFT, Noel was also a finalist for Design of the Year at The Design Museum, for his iconic JW Anderson hat. The Design Museum also selected Noel’s Ribboned Cityscape Hat to feature in the book - 50 Hats That Changed The World.
Oscar winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne collaborated with Noel on 2017’s blockbuster, Murder on the Orient Express. He created hats and headpieces for Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Penelope Cruz, Lucy Boynton and Olivia Coleman. Most recently he created headwear for Saorise Ronan and David Tennant in Mary Queen of Scotts.
For the cover of the May 2018 issue of Vogue UK, Cara Delevingne wore a Noel Stewart hat to celebrate the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In October of the same year The Duchess of Sussex wore a Noel Stewart for Givenchy hat for the wedding of Princess Eugenie.