The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2
Model Appiok Tong (pics 2-3) and designer Eimear Helly (in her own creations: pic 1-4) unveil a selection of garments by the winners of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland’s Future Makers Awards & Supports Programme 2018.
Future Makers “rewards the next generation of Irish creatives, helping them develop an exciting future in the design and craft industry”.
Now you can wear your security blanket.
Leon Farrel / Photocall Ireland
One ballsy season, in fairness.
The most shocking thing on this thing list is the reemergence of the 90’s try hard lad/Kevin & Perry go large bucket hat…
The Key Menswear Trends: Spring Summer 2019 (Guardian)
Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Models Jess (auburn hair) and Carrie-Ann wearing Tipperary fashion designer Stacey Wall’s creations. Stacey been selected as the emerging Irish designer to take part in a mentoring programme at the The Fashion Studio, at The House of Peroni in London.
Stacey’s designs will be exhibited in The House of Peroni Dublin at 130 – 133 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2, from July 5 – 15.
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Wear your shorts at the airport, recommends The Guardian, and socks with sandals
Graeme Kelly writes:
Is this an early April Fool’s?
Menswear picks: get off to a flying start with your holiday wardrobe – in pictures (The Guardian)
King’s Inn Street, Dublin 1
The Festival of Curiosity’s Electro Threads Runway Show & Irish Design Showcase at The Chocolate Factory
With over 45,000 attendees each year across 14 venues in Dublin City Centre, the festival is Ireland’s “annual celebration at the intersection of art, science, technology and design and has quickly grown to being one of the most exciting and innovative festivals of it’s kind in Europe”.
Above from left: Model Vanessa Casilimas; DJ Glamo; Ally Nolan (designer) with model Jane Higgins; from left: Adele McKeown, Simon Bonta, Orlagh Curran, Vanessa Casilimas, Jane Higgins, Ligia Vieira, Ceara Carney and Emma Claire Long.
A clown-sleeved selection of work by the winners of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland’s Future Makers Awards & Supports Programme 2017.
Future Makers rewards “the next generation of Irish creatives, helping them develop an exciting future in the design and craft industry”.
But would YOU wear a basket weave brassiere?
Stay in your duvet ALL day!
National College of Arts and Design student winners of the Brown Thomas bursary award show off their wares.
Laoise Carey (top second left ) won for her yellow ‘Eidolon’ gown worn by model Anastasia and Colin Burke (top right ) took runner-up position for his collection ‘Born in 32’ worn by model Sophie Murphy.
Both students will have their designs in CREATE a pop-up installation featuring emerging Irish designers at Brown Thomas in July 2017.