First it was Sarah Jessica Parker showing off a Lou Webb creation to her 6.1 million Instagram followers and now the Warren milliner has chalked up another success.
The headband and hatmaker reports champion racehorse trainer Gai Waterhouse recently wore an item from her range.
The farmer who's turned her hand to creating stylish accessories is buzzing after her emerging brand and business was flooded with orders in the past six months.
The Lou Webb Collection was catapulted into prominence in October when Sarah Jessica Parker posted a photo of herself wearing one of its bespoke headbands - bejewelled with a surprise piece of Australiana.
Webb had made the headband especially for the Emmy and Golden Globe winner of Sex and the City fame who was visiting David Jones in Sydney.
"I just thought well there's a meet and greet and I just love Sarah Jessica Parker," she said.
"So I got to meet her, and what was different about me was I had a headband to give to her, and I just told her my story of how I was a farmer and a hatmaker and she just loved hearing my story."
The gift to the actress renowned for her fashion sense was designed to impress.
"I knew that Americans often look upon Australia as snakes and spiders... so as a light-hearted thing I put a redback spider on her headband and that was an element of such surprise for her, she loved it," Webb said.
After the "beautiful lady" posted a photo of herself wearing the headband on Instagram, orders rolled in.
"What happened at the same time was Buy from the Bush, it all just went bang," Webb said.
"I only just put the tools down late January and had a break.
"That's how hectic, how busy, which is fantastic."
The milliner built on her success with a hat made for Gai Waterhouse worn by the trainer to the Magic Millions horse sales on the Gold Coast.
"I was tickled pink, she wore it with pride, I thought oh wow, this is good, this is lovely, and it just suited her, it suited everything she wore," Webb said.