Monday, January 18, 2021

SCARF PRINT TREND Why we’ve fallen in love again with the silk scarf

Have a drawer full of silk scarves and no idea what to do with them? Well it's time to reimagine Granny's oldest friend as...

FESTIVE FASHION Boho ho ho chic for the party season

‘Tis the season to shimmer and sparkle with a choice of metallics, velvets, satins and sequins to indulge our wardrobes. Playing with textures is...

THE WOLFORD WAY Aisling O’Loughlin gives her take on this hosiery favourite’s top products

Wolford is a name synonymous with quality and now sustainability with the iconic brand leading the way in developing waste free products, set to...

THE BUSINESS OF FASHION Getting serious with Arthur Cox

The National Concert Hall in Dublin provided the elegant backdrop for a night of Irish Design hosted by Legal Eagles Arthur Cox in a...

TOPSHOP From Cool Kate to administration. What went wrong?

I was never quite cool enough for Topshop but I did browse. The jeans always seemed impossibly tiny.

SMART DENIM Once an office no no, jeans get a corporate makeover

Is it still too risky to wear denim to the office? Fashion writer and jean lover Emma Sutton explores the options of Smart Denim... It's...

CAMEL Officially the biggest luxury trend of 2019

It’s all about grown up luxury this autumn with the perennial camel coat taking centre stage as the ultimate investment.

GAGA FOR HYNES Irish designer Joanne Hynes gets major endorsement from Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has shared four images wearing Irish designer Joanne Hynes with her 26 million followers on Instagram. In the first image, the superstar...

NO MORE NICEY NICEY Why Taylor Swift chose leopard print to mark her change...

On wearing leopard print, Christian Dior warned his clients: ‘If you are fair and sweet, don’t wear it’.   Of all the patterns, leopard print is...

WHO SAYS THEY’RE WOMEN’S CLOTHES? The rise of gender neutral wear

  ‘You don’t wear women’s clothes anymore, how come?’, says I to Eddie Izzard, the comedian known for his cross dressing. He looked me dead...