Saturday, February 23, 2019

EXQUISITE OUTERWEAR We round up the best of Irish design this winter

Ireland's top designers are offering a wide variety of options this winter to cover up in style.  Here are Exquisite.ie's favourite looks of the...

CATRIONA HANLY A special shoot in celebration of the power of the blouse

Irish designer Catríona Hanly’s love of luxury and opulence is no accident considering the grandeur she grew up in and is accustomed to thanks...

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...

HIJABI BARBIE A symbol of repression or a sign of inclusiveness?

  There’s a new Barbie in town and she’s wearing a hijab to cover her head, chest and hair. The Mattel doll is based on...

JOANNE HYNES FOR DUNNES How do you wear yours?

It was beans on toast this week as the grocery shop gave way to a jumper. Not just any old geansaí mind. This one...

COMPETITION Share your favourite memories of Diana’s Fashion Legacy

Congratulations to Christina Cassidy from Co Galway who's the winner of our competition to mark the launch of Newbridge Silverware Museum of Style Icons'...

MEGHAN MARKLE Why Harry’s woman is more than just a suit

You’d want to be made of stone not to feel a little fuzzy for Love’s Young Dream Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It’s the...

THE FLAKY FASHIONISTA Style advice for those living with psoriasis

Helen Hanrahan has tried everything to tackle her psoriasis this past 20 years from changing her diet to testing practically every product on the...

THE HANDMAID’S TALE Expect lots of fashion references to Margaret Atwood’s chilling story

  The fashion world has fallen for the austere beauty of The Handmaid’s Tale, the Emmy award winning TV series based on writer Margaret Atwood’s...

THE TROUBLE WITH WEDDINGS Expect drama even if you are perfect

Weddings. Who’d have one one? With the best of intentions and the fullest of hearts, they are always, ALWAYS, contentious. If you think yours...