What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

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We didn’t even know it was on.

Garden Terrace, House, Leeson Street, Dublin 2.

The launch of Avène’s New Ultra Broad Spectrum Facial Suncare Collection SPF 50+, now Available at Boots.

In time for the Irish ‘Summer’.

From top; Elle Gordon and Kellie Billings; Niamh Martin and Sarah O Callaghan; Corina Gaffey and Patrick Kavanagh; Melanie Morris; Megan Virgo and Kathryn Devanney; Amy Rohu and Lisa Murrin; Judy Gilroy and Trine Jenson; Grace Cahill and Katie Allen; Norah and Carissa Casey, and Event host Dr. Doireann O’Leary (left), April Kerr and Roberta Von Meding.

Pics Karen Morgan

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45 thoughts on “What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

  1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    I’m a big fan of Avene although not the price tag,
    two down …I thought that shade of self tan had been banned

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    1. Cú Chulainn

      We are a nation that seems incapable of buying or wearing clothes that fit us. Is it that we are all out of shape? Do we have dysmorphic body image ? I don’t know, but all I can think, is pity the land that needs tailors..

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      1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

        I have toyed with being a personal shopper here but I fear they wouldn’t believe me when I would show them what actually suits them + remove most of the makeup

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    2. Kine

      At one time make up had models crawling out of the woodwork glamour on display but such frumps and not one bit of style
      Makes the Avon lady look like fashion week at Paris
      Who are these people

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  2. scottser

    ‘just stick your leg out for me there .. force that smile a bit more .. that’s great..’
    *snap*
    ‘next’

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  3. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    now I’m not a complete cow so I’m not going to go through each outfit but I’d love to get my hands on the lot of them for a relooking.

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      1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

        ah that’s not true, just not making the most of what they have got

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  4. Gabby

    Forget about the plain people of Ireland. These are the trendysomething dressers you want to meet at the Punchestown racing festival, wearing photo-opable hats.

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    1. Zaccone

      Ireland is 96% white people. There are 20 people in the above photos. Its a completely demographically valid representation of the country.

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    2. Micko

      Only one man too – poor fellah’s name isn’t even listed…

      Sexism or smashing the patriarchy? You decide. ;P

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        1. Micko

          No need to apologise Bodge. Was only taking the mick ;)

          What does require an apology from some, is how mean some of the comments are here.

          Quite surprising. Lots of angry folks on here.

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  5. ce

    Bet they’ve never footed a bit of turf in all their lives… and in my day there was now sunscreen, feckin’ Bill Gates lotion is what it is…

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  6. Hughie Luas

    Where do these people buy their clothes? More to the point, WHY?

    Appalling stuff. An embarrassment to us in Europe.

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  7. johnny

    ..started strong,rapidly went downhill,total overkill,first pic was it,peaked,i’d have left it at that.

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  8. Mad

    Not making excuses for them but it doesn’t help either that that the photos are so badly framed and unsympathetic

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