Elaine Prendeville

Elaine Prendeville

Soft Power

Soft Power

Irish cashmere designer Lucy Nagle’s relaxed chic is increasingly irresistible to fans round the world - and more lines are on the way

The thrill of it all

The thrill of it all

The years that Sadhbh Fahy spent living in Paris are all too apparent in the understated elegance of her D4 boutique, Electra

Shelter From the storm

Shelter From the storm

Love the cosy authenticity of Irish knitwear, but looking for a modern twist? Dublin company Ireland’s Eye has you covered

Suddenly, summer

Suddenly, summer

Holiday season is on the horizon: Susannagh Grogan has you covered with her bright tunics and scarves

A linear fashion lineage

A linear fashion lineage

As someone whose grandfather was a renowned tailor, up-and-coming designer Aisling Kavanagh’s couturial pedigree is impeccable

Closet Confidential

Closet Confidential

A personal shopper can transform the way you look, save you time, make getting dressed a pleasure rather than a chore, and help you reach your potential in the workplace.

Fashion: Cometh the hour

Fashion: Cometh the hour

High-quality, form-flattering clothing for women above a size 14 is hard to find, but The Hour London is filling the void

Sign of the times

Sign of the times

Louise Kennedy offers effortless elegance for spring, writes Elaine Prendeville

‘I don’t consider my  schedule overwhelming – if you’ve ever worked in sales, everything else is a joy to do’

‘I don’t consider my schedule overwhelming – if you’ve ever worked in sales, everything else is a joy to do’

2FM presenter, Dancing with the Stars host, comedy writer/star, businesswoman . . . Jennifer Zamparelli can do anything she turns her mind to, but she’ll always find time for her family

‘I hate the idea of ‘optimising’ your child – a child isn’t a project to perfect, but a person to relate to’

‘I hate the idea of ‘optimising’ your child – a child isn’t a project to perfect, but a person to relate to’

The Guardian’s agony aunt Philippa Perry tells Elaine Prendeville why her new book on child psychology might just change the world – if parents don’t ‘string’ her up first

An arty guessing game for a good cause

An arty guessing game for a good cause

If you buy an artwork for €50 at the upcoming Incognito charity auction, you’ll only find out who painted it afterwards, writes Elaine Prendeville

Bright, bold and beautiful

Bright, bold and beautiful

Last Thursday’s Arnotts spring/summer show was big on bright ideas

KBC Invest 2019: What does a customer look for when investing?

KBC Invest 2019: What does a customer look for when investing?

Breda Gormally, hub manager at KBC on College Green discusses the real world experience of becoming an investor

Fashion's Third Way

Fashion's Third Way

Kitri is spearheading a new breed of brands offering high-end design values at affordable prices. Founder Haeni Kim explains her ethos

No ordinary Josepha

No ordinary Josepha

In 2017, Josepha Madigan came out of nowhere to claim a seat at the cabinet table. But her goals don’t end there. Elaine Prendeville meets a thoroughly modern minister