The Women 60+ Project
Kathy Anderson was invited to participate in The Women 60+ Project. This is a small sample from the more than 72 beautiful pictures that resulted. Below is a description of the project in photographer Susie Lang's own words...
"I have come across some incredibly inspiring women throughout my life. I am now sixty. I want to celebrate my connection women aged between 60 and 115. It is my on-going project, one that I started because I want to connect with the world as an older woman, I want to be visible, I want to explore the idea of aging, and I want to find my own way in celebrating this transition. As this project is underway, I can see changes that are emerging within me - I want to share some of my photographs of the women who have bravely shared their life experiences and their essence with me. A captured moment in each person’s life."
- Photographer Susie Lang
"I’m part of a 2019 Calendar promoting the movie Hereditary that comes out on June 7th, this Thursday, Evil Grandmas. I’m November. Not wearing a hat, but I feel very blessed to have been picked to be apart of it. This is my year." - Kathy Anderson
"Evil Never Grows Old.
Inspired by the scary-cute grandmother at the root of Hereditary's horrors, A24 presents EVIL GRANDMAS, a limited edition wall calendar depicting thirteen Satan-worshiping grandmas.
The Evil Grandmas 2019 Calendar is available to pre-order on the A24 Shop! --http://shop.a24films.com"
Photographer: Lina Bertucci
Takako Johnson in Hats by Kat's Pink Sinamay Flower Fascinator. This picture was taken at the British School at Waterside Plaza.
From famed milliner Stephen Jones Millinery's Autumn/Winter 2018 Collection "Crowns", we present "Kathy Anderson", a shirred leath Zulu toque.
The church hat is more than just a fashion statement, it’s a part of a long and cherished African American tradition. For hatmakers Evetta Petty, Kathy Anderson and Wanda Chambers, the church hat is a crown, and when a woman puts one on, she becomes a queen. The three milliners have dedicated their lives to crafting elaborate and vibrant hats, seen everywhere from pews of churches to the pages of Vogue. For them, the right hat is a religious experience, a piece of art worn atop the head. Now, they’re hoping to pass the crown down to the next generation.
Kathy Anderson appeared on TLC channel's Cake Boss during Season 7. She was joined by the rest of the Milliner's Guild who commissioned a cake in the shape of an Easter Bonnet to be made by the team. Kathy, of course, is wearing the red fascinator.