What Other People’s Clothes You’ll Be Wearing Next Season

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This morning.

RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Miriam O’Callaghan and Lorraine Keane (pic 4) head up a galaxy of Irish slebs to launch Fashion Relief 2019, a nationwide fundraiser in aid of Oxfam.

Maia Dunphy, Noel Cunningam, James Patrice, Clémentine MacNeice, Joe Conlan, Triona McCarthy, Sarah McGovern, Laura Woods, Mo Kelly, Cathy O’Connor, Caroline Morahan, Teo Sutra and Joanne Northey are among those who who have donated garments for the cause.

Events will be held at City Hall, Cork on Sunday, February 17: from 11am – 5pm; RDS, Dublin on Sunday, March 10: from 11am – 5pm, and Galmont Hotel, Galway on Sunday, March 31: from 11am – 5pm.

The green boots are MINE.

Fashion Relief

Pics: Brian McEvoy

19 thoughts on “What Other People’s Clothes You’ll Be Wearing Next Season

  1. Starina

    darnit, Bodger, the green boots are the best thing about this whole lot! The rest of the items are very mother-in-law.

    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      Bodger says I’m banned….
      I said “You’re throwing the Bertie out with the bathwater!”

  2. Eoin

    Gormless Irish slebs donate clothes (which in RTE’s case, may well have been paid for by us) to a disgraced charity which sexually exploited some of the most vulnerable people on this planet. Proper slebs like Minnie Driver and Bish Tutu have already severed links with it. British govt has withdrawn funding to it.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jun/15/timeline-oxfam-sexual-exploitation-scandal-in-haiti

    But for the Irish loop-de-loops, all together now…..cheese!

      1. Dub Spot

        The one about we, the taxpayer having bought some of those clothes in the first place… such patronizing pap….

    1. Frilly Keane

      Ah now be fair

      It’s a photo-op

      Ye can’t have them missing a photo-op
      Not even a Government Minister misses one’ah those

      Even Noel Cunningham was there FFS

      And I do like that black gúna

  3. Dub Spot

    I presume Miriam O’Callaghan’s clothes (Dunnes/Penny’s) are suitable for men AND women?

    Since she provided a primetime catwalk for some real experts…

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